They will intensify supervision of aesthetic medicine in Tijuana, says Kuipres


Tijuana, Baja California, August 2. The State Committee for the Protection of Health Risks (COEPRIS BC) is implementing a strategy for the prevention of risks in institutions dedicated to medicine, with a special focus on the metropolitan area that includes Tijuana, Tecate and Playas in Rosarito. During the announcement, the head of the unit, Erwin Arizaga Uribe, commented that the supervision of the sites dedicated to aesthetic medicine, for which an alliance was created with the Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons, with the goal of obstetrics, had been intensified. Register of accredited physicians. The commissioner of COEPRIS reported that 115 verification visits were made to entity clinics and hospitals, of which 26 led to temporary suspension and 3 led to final closure. He explained that the QR code will be found on the labels or stickers, where anyone who wants to undergo a cosmetic procedure can check the requirements that the clinic or hospital must meet, and if they do not have the requirements, they can inform this agency. .. Among the most important documents that should be visible are: health license, operating notice and health official, therefore, the state official called on residents that if these documents are not shown, they do so with the knowledge of COEPRIS BC to carry them. From the relevant verification visit this helps to give certainty for the services you provide in these medical institutions. Areizaga Uribe is making a call with interest to all clinics and hospitals affiliated with the entity, to update their documents and avoid possible penalties, which can range from partial or total suspension of services to the final closure of the property, accompanied by economic fines. This institution of social networks COEPRIS BAJA CALIFORNIA allows citizens to send doubts, complaints or comments either on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram or you can call the phone numbers (686) 557-01-58 in Mexicali, (664) 608 -00-75 in the metropolitan area and (646) 03-70-175 in Ensenada Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

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