Chiconcuac Community Hospital was inaugurated in Mexico State, together with two centers that are government commitments: the State Rehabilitation and Special Education Center in Toluca, and the Center for the Visually Impaired in Naucalpan, with an investment of over 357 million pesos.

Benefits:

Chiconcuac Community Hospital will benefit more than 250,000 residents of the State of Mexico.

The State Center for Rehabilitation and Special Education in Toluca will provide services in orthopedics, neurology and child development to more than 40,000 children.

The Center for the Visually Impaired in Naucalpan will have regional coverage, benefiting over 8.4 million people.

The first stage of the Prospera Digital pilot program was launched. During its first phase, it will send text messages to pregnant women affiliated to Prospera in 100 health units in the State of Mexico with timely, useful information for taking care of themselves.

During this administration, more than 500 hospital units have been built, completed or modernized,  together with over 2,750 outpatient units nationwide.

Structural reforms, infrastructure works and innovative public policies are creating new opportunities for Mexicans.