The Comprehensive Medical Center constitutes the main differentiation feature of our medical center network.
The role of our medical centers in the healthcare network:
- Integral: continuous and coordinated attention among different complexity levels, reducing fragmentation.
- High quality: Clinical Laboratory Services, Diagnosis Imaging and Specialized Diagnosis.
- Greater satisfaction: answers better to people’s needs achieving.
- Cost reduction: avoids services and infrastructure duplication.
- Access and comfort for patients: careful selection of professionals, medical centers’ location and scheduling.
The objective of our medical centers:
- Enable access to health services.
- Solve the most frequent health problems, rationalizing the segregation of services.
- Reduce the number of low-complexity emergency consultations at hospital centers.
- Develop healthcare programs for patients with chronic diseases.
- Integrate care in order to optimize the use of high-complexity resources.
Types of Comprehensive Medical Center according to the level of care:
Depending on the level of care, the Comprehensive Medical Center can be classified into three different categories:
- Care Level I: medical centers that resolve the 80% of the care demand and low service cost.
- Care Level II: specialized clinics and first and second level hospitals that resolve the 20%-20% of the care demand.
- Care Level III: third and fourth level hospitals that cover the 5%-10% of the care demand with high service cost.
Facilities of our network:
Streamlined for a comprehensive, personalized and multidisciplinary approach, our integrated network of medical centers includes:
- Third and fourth level hospitals
- Comprehensive medical centers for outpatient care
- Dental clinics
- Diagnostics centers
- Ophthalmological surgery
- Diagnostic imaging units
- Network of clinical laboratories
- Pathology laboratories
- Optical stores
The quality of our health centers:
The following factors assure the best service of our health centers:
- Better access in terms of convenience and effectiveness of care.
- Medical centers located near the communities, equipped with human, technological and physical resources to solve between 80% and 85% of the cases that present to the outpatient clinic, 80% of laboratory diagnosis and between 50% and 60% of the radiological imaging requirements.
- Priority visits, hydration procedures and short term observation at the acute respiratory pathology unit.
- Life-long care focusing on the individual rather than on the disease.
- Long-lasting relationships with families and the community.
- Programs for chronic disease management.
- Less high cost outcomes, less hospital admissions.
- Coordinated efforts with higher levels of care, if needed.