Medical Centre for Motril Port

The 3,500 residents of Varadero and Santa Adela near Motril Port now have a small medical centre with five doctors’ surgeries, which is two more than they had in the old Casa del Mar.

This new centre is fruit of co-ooperation between the Town Hall, the Junta de Andalucia and the EU: Motril built the building, using a 1m euros Plan Urban grant (EU), and the the Junta de Andalucía paid for the centre to be fitted out with all the necessary equipment and furniture etc, costing 66,000 euros.

The centre, which was built equidistant between the two population centres along the Port road, has two specialised surgeries, one of which is dedicated to children and the other to extractions; i.e. blood.

The centre has two doctors, one nurse, an administrative worker at the reception, as well as a social worker on call.

(News: Motril, Costa Tropical, Granada, Andalucia)

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