More than 200 health providers graduate for better customer service

More than 200 health providers graduate for better customer service

More than 200 health providers graduate for better customer service for better customer service

Workers in the public health sector of the departments of Escuintla, Retalhuleu and Suchitepéquez graduated from the “My Health First” program.

Workers in the public health sector of the departments of Escuintla, Retalhuleu and Suchitepéquez graduated from the “My Health First” program.

The sugar mills through its social arm, the Sugar Foundation –Fundazucar-, in alliance with the Ministry of Public Health and Social Assistance –Mspas-, graduated this week to 235 health professionals the departments of Escuintla, Retalhuleu and Suchitepéquez in the “My Health First” program, which promotes excellence in citizen care, with an emphasis on disease prevention.

In addition to learning techniques for better care and registration of attendees, health professionals also received knowledge related to the management of supplies and medications for their health centers, so they can expedite their arrival and offer a better service to Guatemalans.

The graduates are 125 public health workers from Escuintla who will obtain their diploma this Friday; as well as 60 from Suchitepéquez and 50 from Retalhuleu who received it on Tuesday. Graduation ceremonies are held at the facilities of the Guatemalan Center for Research and Training of Caña de Azúcar –Cengicaña-

My Health First, it is a Fundazúcar program, aimed at workers of the Health Posts, of the 58 municipalities of the south region of Guatemala. It started in 2017 and trained health professionals of the First level of Health care, developing in them technical skills and service attitude so that preventive health makes sense in their daily work.

The control of the health in children, family, and the epidemiological registry is deepened in such a way that the Health Post focuses comprehensively on health promotion and disease prevention.

Until the beginning of 2018, 500 people had been trained to provide care for 159 health posts, distributed in the departments of Escuintla, Suchitepéquez, Retalhuleu and Santa Rosa.

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