Roberto Morales Ojeda, member of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of Cuba, vice-president of the Council of the State and Minister of Public Health, expressed in this city of the Cuban east that more than 400 thousand professionals of this sector have collaborated in approximately 165 countries.
In an exchange carried out like part of a visit to Granma, concluded this Sunday, it recounted that not only these numbers are important, but everything contributed for those who come to distant places of the cities and contribute enormously to the health of the peoples.
He added that at present the country has medical collaborators in 65 nations, and possesses the biggest disposition to help those who request it.
The quality of the Cuban Medicine is undeniable and recognized in the whole world, which is a pride motive for us, he said.
There stood out the humanist thought of Fidel Castro, principal promoter of the missions Cuban internationalists who take health, education, sport and art to other peoples.
Between the biggest samples of solidarity of the professionals of the Cuban medicine the combat is against the Ebola epidemic, when children of the ground of Fidel and José Martí, put in danger his lives to save other persons.
During his visit to Granma, Mulberry trees Ojeda Celia Sánchez Manduley visited the hospitals, in the coastal city of Manzanillo, and Carlos Manuel de Céspedes, in Bayamo, two principal ones of the oriental province.
In addition, it took part in the final plenary session of 5th National Meeting of Students of Medical sciences, where it showed his entire confidence in those who prepare themselves at present in the classrooms.
In Granma, it is guaranteed, as in the rest of the Island, the functioning of all the medical facilities and the quality attention to the population.
Of general form, here there exist six hospitals of provincial level and others in all the municipalities, maternal hearths and of elders, dentist clinics, 791 offices of the doctor and the nurse of the family and 28 general hospitals, included eight in areas of the mountainous range.