HIGH-COMPLEXITY HOSPITAL
"PTE. JUAN DOMINGO PERÓN"
The High Complexity Hospital "President Juan Domingo Perón" aspires to be an institution of regional, national and international importance in the field of healthcare, teaching and research. We have intelligent technology managed by a group of professional specialists that improves diagnostic quality, reduces the risks of mistakes, maximizes curative effects, reduces costs and optimizes the use of resources.

The crucial role of the HAC in society after having reached 150 kidney transplants is highlighted

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The High Complexity Hospital “President Juan Domingo Perón” celebrated the 150 kidney transplants achieved. It is carried out thanks to organ donors who express their positive will towards organ donation, the work of the provincial government and the helathcare professionals of the institution who take the donation - transplant process with a real commitment.

Once again, reality places this hospital at the top of health benefits with quality and a clear and defined policy. On this occasion, a 65-year-old woman from our capital received a kidney through the noble gesture of a family from the province of Misiones who decided to donate the organs of their loved one. The procedure was crowned with success, continuing from now on to follow the evolution of the patient.

Beyond this figur, the new opportunities of life that many families could access not only from our province but from different parts of the country, are stand out and celebrated.

Since 2007, Formosa has been carrying out different programs of organ transplants, such as kidney transplantation, Liver transplantation, Heart transplantation, Liver-Kidney transplantation and Kidney-Pancreas transplantation. This meant a breakthrough in society because being a public hospital provides equity and equality to all citizen of Formosa.

Currently, the healthcare institution performed 222 organ transplants in total.

The Hospital Administrator, Dr. Marcelo Prochasko commented: "We have come a long way in terms of transplants, as well as many other complex interventions. All this we have achieved thanks to healthcare policies which have been generated to facilitate these procedures. "

“We are very proud of our achievements and we are encouraged to redouble the effort”, he concluded.

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