The doctor Sladana Obradovic will continue to provide Emergency night service at the Mijas Pueblo Health Centerwhich will continue to attend the health center for another five years following the demand of residents and users, as announced on Wednesday by the mayor, Josele González.
The councilor has highlighted that “In this way, we attend to the need that the neighbors themselves conveyed to us.”, recalling that this service “has a special sensitivity given that they are many older people who use it and that they find in Sladana a great professional who attends them closely during a service that, let us remember, is paid for by the Mijas Town Hall itself”.
González highlighted that “today we have signed the night medical service contract for which Sladana Obradovic will continue to provide this service, at least for another five years”.
For her part, the Councilor for Health, Candela León, has pointed out that the health Medical degree specializing in radiologyhas been providing this service for 16 years from 8 in the evening to 8 in the morning, developing a job in which highlights his human quality. “Not only is she a great professional who deals with all specialties, but she also knows how to listen and has a close relationship, qualities that value all the neighbors who come to her consultation,” adds the mayor of Health, Candle Leon.
Obradovic, born in Serbia in 1963, came to the municipality twenty years ago and since then she has devoted herself to her profession in the city, which named her Adoptive Daughter in 2019. With a long professional career in family medicine, emergency medicine, pediatrics and radiology, this doctor has received numerous awards such as the Gold Medal of the Catholic Monarchs of the European Forum or the Mijas in Women of the Equality area of the Mijas City Council.