The PP Popular Party Group of the Huesca City Council will request the implantation of a full degree of medicine at the University Campus of Huesca at the next municipal plenary session.
‘Popular’ explained in a press release that, in addition to the “historic” character of that petition, “theSevere shortage of doctors and risk of collapse in health care in the autonomous community”.
The Huesca PP specified that the expression used by the President of the Government of Aragon, Javier Lambán, during the opening ceremony of the academic year at the University of San Jorge, was “when referring to the Aragonese health condition, if measures are not taken by professionals.” to address the shortfall”.
‘Popular’ has indicated that the latest national figures indicate that the “vast majority” of doctors between the ages of 55 and 64, and the percentage between 65 and 69, and that still activeThey will retire in the next 10 or 12 years.
The loss of physicians in that period is estimated at about 80,000, which represents an annual average of between 7,000 and 8,000 per yearHe has added.
From PP they have said that Huesca are in the province Characteristics in which all of their experts will retire in the next decade And in the case of Rheumatology and Preventive Medicine “it will all be lost.”
Faced with this “fuzzy future”, and stressing the “deserved respect of university autonomy”, the PP has outlined that one of the Considering adoption of agreements to enhance the training of doctors in Aragon, “More than sufficient reason to take the option of pursuing a full degree in medicine at the Huesca campus”.
‘Popular’ has continued to say that it is “a The unwavering desire of the city” And now, with his hospital’s varsity category, “he takes on even more solid consistency.”
The proposal drafted by the Municipal Group of PP defends the proposal that the city council of Huesca reiterate the request before the University of Zaragoza and the government of Aragon Implantation of full medical degree in city university campus, Similarly, he urged socialist Mayor Luis Felipe to devote “all his efforts” to taking the necessary steps to guarantee “quality” healthcare.