RESIDENTS in San Francisco are calling for an immediate resolution to doctors who lack proper skills, including basic computer skills. Locals have signed a petition with nearly 500 signatures and have sent it to the Andalucian Ministry of Health.
Residents express concerns that patients with serious diseases requiring treatments are not being addressed. They add that the “health of our neighbours is not a game and it must be attended by qualified personnel.”
The Mayor, Domingo Fernández, Health Councilor, Mónica Sánchez, the mayor of the districts, Emilio Pérez, and Senator Maribel Sánchez, have listened to the group who have also asked them to try to mediate with the Junta de Andalucia to end this situation.
The Mayor has given his support and mediation efforts to the issue, saying that everything “is in our hands to give a quick solution, as they have made more than four months worth of complaints about the lack of primary care at that time. As municipal representatives, we want to serve with the quality our citizens need.”