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How La Costa Medical Center is serving Latin America

Sanatorium San Roque is the healthcare institution that gave birth to La Costa Medical Center and its modern facilities in 2005. Sebastian Avila, ex-me...

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|Sep 20|magazine7 min read

Sanatorium San Roque is the healthcare institution that gave birth to La Costa Medical Center and its modern facilities in 2005.

Sebastian Avila, ex-medical director of La Costa, started working in this center in October 2007 until December 2013. The medical center was a maternal and childcare clinic, mainly focused on pediatrics and gyneco-obstetrics.

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With time, the sanatorium gained popularity and a position in the market. As a result, their approach to medicine transformed until becoming a complete clinic which embraced and responded to healthcare needs.

This transformation included major redesigns and improvements in different areas such as offices, emergency room, expansion of specialties, the integration of imaging improvements and an increase in quality and quantity of medical personnel.

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"Today is a highly comprehensive and complex sanatorium, with excellent healthcare services," says Avila. At present is a private medical center in Paraguay that handles a high amount of daily surgeries (about 35 to 40), they work with almost all medical specialties and integrate patient care through its outpatient clinics.

Medical staff

Nurses and doctors at La Costa Medical Center have ongoing training in their 33 medical centers, which are divided into three areas: pediatric, women and specialties. They renew their knowledge through conferences, educational activities, learning abroad and internal training.

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Some of the continued medical education topics are: basic and advanced resuscitation for physicians and therapists, neurophysiology classes, CPR, etc. Experts who teach these subjects come from abroad, or are ... Click here to read the rest of the article on Healthcare Global!

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