01/08/2016 16h39 - Updated 2/08/2016 07h23

Susam disclose health facilities service hours in the days of the Olympic Games, In Manaus

The urgency and emergency units will not be affected with the optional point.
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The State Department of Health (Sesame) informs that all emergency departments and public hospitals, receiving cases of emergency care, function normally, on duty 24 hours, the dates of the Olympic Games in Manaus, this Thursday (04), not Sunday (07) IS in the day 09 of August.

The State Government decreed optional point in the days 04 e 09, a partir das 12h. The state Secretary of Health, Pedro Elias de Souza, It explains that the optional point applies only to units that meet with scheduled appointment - as is the case of Attention Centers for Best Age (CAIMIs), Integral Care Centers for Children (Caicos), Polyclinics and Health Foundations. these units, that do not work on Saturdays and Sundays, They will also be closed on Thursday (04) IS in the day 09 of August, in the afternoon, a partir das 12h. But work normally by the morning.

The urgency and emergency units, according to Pedro Elias, They will not be affected with the optional point and will be open, running 24h. The Susam the emergency network is formed by 09 Emergency Care Services (SPAs) e 01 Emergency care unit (UPA), to which they must be sent, priority, the low and medium complexity cases, as hypertensive crisis, minor injuries and sudden malaise. besides them, there is 07 Ready Aid, for more severe cases.

To care for pregnant, the Susam offers 07 state hospitals, which will also be working every day, in Scheme 24 hours. This structure has, still, with a municipal maternity.
The units of the People's Pharmacy Program, that do not work on Saturdays and Sundays, They will be closed on Thursday (04) IS in the day 09, in the afternoon, a partir das 12h. But usually meet, these two days, by the morning.

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