“Doctors say they can't have it” – El Financiero

Maria Olivia Gaviño Vargas He suffered a fall last Monday, January 1. He was intending to take down the clothes he was hanging on the roof of his house in the neighborhood of Santa Cruz Accalpixca, Xochimilco Mayor's Office, when his foot got stuck on the stairs and he fell.

Derived from this, He suffered an injury to the leg and fibula in his right foot. It was around 4:00 p.m., and her son, Fernando Ramirez Gaviño, immediately helped her and, after seeing the severity of the injury, decided to take her to the hospital.

There he began his pilgrimage in search of medical care.

At midnight on Tuesday, after 30 hours of visiting hospitals, the woman was still waiting for care and enduring the pain. It is low-income and Not entitled to IMSS Nor from ISSSTEThat's why he didn't go to those institutions.

In an interview with FinanceFernando said that first he went to Luis Guillermo Ibarra National Rehabilitation Instituteof the health sector, also known as Xomali Hospital, located in the Tlalpan Mayor's Office.

He explained that after a long wait and pleading with local administrators and doctors, They told him that they could not receive his mother.


Later he took her to Manuel Gia Gonzalez General Hospitalalso from the health sector, had to wait several hours, but in the end they did not want to take care of her family member either and did not give her an indication of which hospital to take her to.

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Fernando said that during the day on Tuesday, he took the woman to the hospital Balbuena General Hospital of the Government of Mexico CityThey kept her in the emergency area and after realizing they didn't have enough equipment and supplies, they gave her hope.

“A doctor from Balbuena told me that because they didn't have it and I actually made the badge for my mother and paid 1,900 pesos for it, and I had to have it, and when we came back the doctor was no longer there and the rest of the staff ignored her and told me they couldn't have it anymore.

In all hospitals they tell me: “I have no place here.” “I don't have an x-ray”, “I don't have an operating room” “They hit me with this argument and they don’t want to take care of my mother,” the 50-year-old said. “The anger I feel is that they don't take care of me

She said that the doctor who treated her in Balbuena, whom she identified as Miguel Angel Nery Morales, head of the emergency area, insisted that they could not receive her mother. “They say they won't take her in, no matter what she does.”

Now Fernando is crying out for some authorities to intervene so his mother can be taken care of.

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