The ambassador in Peru, Carlos Scull, visited the María Auxiliadora Hospital in San Juan de Miraflores in Lima, where he spoke with Dr. Susana Kashiro about the case of Venezuelan patients with various pathologies.
During the tour, the diplomat was able to verify the reality of many Venezuelan nationals with health and migration issues. “We are grateful for the work that all the Hospital’s team has been doing for the benefit of our Venezuelan brothers,” Scull said.
“This health center attends 15% of Venezuelan pregnant women divided into the areas of gynecology and obstetrics, where many births are difficult due to lack of adequate pre-natal control,” said the doctor.
“This health center serves a variety of specialties and provides care as the case may be required by patients, “the most vulnerable are infants, where in the ICU 50% corresponds to Venezuelan patients who have been given the care needed for as long as they warrant it,” said Kanashiro.
For his part, the ambassador took the opportunity to say that from the Venezuelan embassy in the Inca country will continue “working, visiting and attending to those nationals who need it.”