The EMOV (Municipal Company of Mobility) and the Ministry of Public Health have signed an agreement to build a new health center in the bus terminal in Cuenca. It will be a two-story building that will be used exclusively for health services. “A-type” health centers provide health prevention, health promotion and health recovery services. It will also have a palliative care unit, general medical attention, dentist’s office, nurse’s office and spaces for community activities. “This will be an important space due to the influx of citizens through this terminal,” said Juan Carlos Aguirre, Manager of EMOV. “Around 15,000 travelers go…
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