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Tuesday 3, December 2019
To the operating room in a mini-car
The floor trip to the operating room has been marked with a vinyl designed by Pequeño Valiente that simulates the layout of a driving path decorated with children’s motifs and with the collaboration of the Canarian Foundation Carrera por la Vida | walk For Life, which shows how patients finalize the itinerary arriving at a nice mechanical repair shop.
The Pediatrics area of the Nuestra Señora de Candelaria Hospital, attached to the Ministry of Health of the Government of the Canary Islands, will offer girls and boys admitted the possibility of moving to the operating room in electric mini-cars.
This action, framed in the field of hospital humanization, is possible thanks to the donation of three small vehicles donated by the organizers of the Association of Friends of the Salvador Lecuona Tennis Tournament through Arvelo Toys, and by the Domingo Alonso group, while that the signage of the route of the vehicles is made thanks to the Association of Children with Small Brave Cancer, with the collaboration of the Canarian Foundation Race for Life.
The presentation of this new project aimed at making the stay of pediatric patients more bearable, took place this Thursday by a representation of the management of the Hospital de La Candelaria, along with the services of Pediatrics, Pediatric Surgery and Pedagogical Service, and the collaborating associations.
The route that these mini-cars will make from the pediatric plant of the Hospital de La Candelaria to the surgical area has been marked with a vinyl decorated with children’s motifs, designed by Pequeños Valiente and with the collaboration of the Canarian Foundation Carrera por la Vida | Walk For Life, which shows how patients finish the itinerary arriving at a nice mechanical repair shop.
The mothers and fathers of the admitted pediatric patients that must be hospitalized for a surgical intervention at the Hospital de La Candelaria, may request this service, for which the age of the children and the clinical situation in which they are will be previously assessed.