Victor Manuel Hernandez Barbachanowho had been director of the General Hospital of Zone number 7 of Monclova for three years, was dismissed from his position due to alleged irregularities and mismanagement of the hospital, the delegation of the IMSS in Coahuila, an in-depth investigation has already begun.
On the afternoon of March 9, the IMSS delegation circulated an official statement informing that as of this day, Dr. Edith Guadalupe Alvarado Jimenez He would temporarily assume the Directorate of the clinic in substitution of Dr. Víctor Hernández Barbachano.
Similarly, it was announced that Dr. Oscar Eduardo Rodriguez leaves the Medical Subdirectorate.
“Dr. Alvarado Jiménez has 19 years of institutional work, she worked as head of the Gynecology and Obstetrics service and will be in charge of the hospital, while an evaluation is carried out to appoint the next head of the Directorate, who will take office on the 16th of March”.
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It was detailed that the movements were carried out in strict adherence to the regulations and to the labor and legal processes of the Institute; Up to now, no other public servant has been separated from their duties..
Although it transcends, there was a diversion of resources, without providing further details, Leopoldo Santiyan Arreygue He declared hours later that it is only at Clinic 7 where the corresponding investigations are being carried out.
“In the HGZ7 in Monclova that is where the investigations that we are taking are located.”
“The issue is neither with Nueva Rosita nor with Piedras NegrasWe are working and seeing this situation with Monclova, up to now they have shown adequate performance, we know that there will always be follow-up evaluation of the auditing series, as the highest in the Federation the Secretary of Public Function the same Social Security and in a job well performed we will always have a good response”.
He sent greetings to the directors of the Coahuila clinics and told them to be calm, “to work with their teams, to continue doing their work with their beneficiary, with their work team, with the workers with the union and that they take care of these units because they are the house where the beneficiaries recover”.
“In these matters, well, these things can happen, however, let’s hope that if we continue like this, something similar to what is happening in the 7 never happens,” he pointed out.