Many ceutíes have suffered in the last weeks problems to make an appointment with their GP. The lack of personnel, vacations and a system put in place during the State of Alarm to attend under minimums are, according to Ingesa, those responsible for the difficulty in obtaining an appointment. A justification before which the national deputy of VOX for Ceuta, Teresa López, has not hesitated to ask the Government of the Nation if "it considers logical that the users are unable to make an appointment with their doctor".

The Ceuta parliamentarian addresses the Sánchez Executive, since the powers in this area depend directly on the Ministry of Health, to ask him why a transitional system of previous appointments has not been foreseen to avoid the current collapse. And it is that, Ingesa has indicated that it is "trying to implant the agenda model that is going to be carried out facing the numbers and previous appointments". A new model that, does not clarify the Ingesa, when it can be up and running.

Meanwhile, López questions whether it has already been planned to fill "those deficiencies" that Ingesa talks about as the lack of personnel due to the health crisis, which has been combined with the workers' and substitutions vacations. In addition, he asks if "this problem of agenda model has also occurred in Melilla", whose management is also owned by Ingesa.



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