Emergency Regulatory Center attends 180 thousand people for Covid-19 in Sinaloa

Sinaloa.- In the midst of a pandemic, the Regulatory Center for Medical Emergencies (CRUM), dependent on the Ministry of Health, has received 180 thousand calls in Sinaloa that have resulted in timely attention to covid-19 patients, highlighted the doctor responsible for this area, Horus Hussein Agassini.

The doctor stressed that the CRUM under his charge has been a fundamental strategy for the timely care of patients who have suspected or who have been confirmed to have the virus, since they are given medical service with highly trained personnel, diagnostic tests, basic treatment and follow-up of the cases, he assured.

The CRUM operates with three shifts of personnel for pre-hospital care of medical emergencies, and has at its disposal 87 ambulances distributed in three regions (Center, North and South), with the participation of 10 institutions, such as the Red Cross, Civil Protection, Firefighters and others.

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Dr. Horus Hussein Agassini specified that the CRUM is at the service of the population 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, on the service lines for the municipalities of Culiacán: 6677130063; Guasave: 687 721 0659; Mazatlan: 669 910 1839; Los Mochis: 668 123 4557 and Guamúchil: 673 688 0630.

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