The mayor, Ángeles Muñoz, stressed that “continuing to invest in health, and more in these times when the pandemic continues, is a guarantee for our citizens” and has underlined the City Council’s commitment to collaborate in improving quality assistance in the municipality, not only in public matters, but also with regard to private initiative. “The companies that invest and bet on our city will always have the City Council as an ally,” the councilor assured during her visit to the Quirónsalud Marbella health complex, which this year has allocated 3 million euros to create a Maternal-Infant and Child Unit an ophthalmological center.
“As a doctor, but also as mayor, I have to acknowledge the enormous effort of Quirónsalud to continue improving the quality of care and for betting in such a clear way for our town,” said the first mayor, who highlighted that the hospital group ” plans to continue making improvements both in the short and medium term ”and thanked the professionals for their work in“ this hard period that we have had to live through ”.
For her part, the territorial managing director of Grupo Quirón Salud Andalucía, Pilar Serrano, highlighted “the express support of the City Council for the healthcare model” and stressed that the group’s objective is to continue growing in the city. “We have developed the first phase of our strategic plan with the inaugurations of the new units and reforms of our facilities and the objective is to continue growing in the coming years,” he added, emphasizing the importance of the Marbella hospital in the weight of the group In Andalucia. On the other hand, the managing director of Quirón Salud Marbella, María Dolores Alguacil, has reaffirmed the involvement of all professionals as a fundamental factor in the healthcare model of the healthcare center. “We have the commitment of our specialists who are of the highest level and at the same time we develop and improve our infrastructures and implement strategic projects at a medical level that guarantee clinical excellence in the care of our patients,” he explained.