President Enrique Peña
Nieto inaugurated the facilities of the Military Health Sciences Center,
the Center for the Early Detection of Breast Cancer; and the Emergency,
Oncology and Ophthalmology Departments.
“This is where two of the government’s most
important efforts converge to make Mexico progress toward better conditions and
shape this nation so that it will provide greater opportunities for society.
The effort we are making to achieve higher quality education, and the effort to
ensure a right enshrined in our Constitution, which is the health of the entire
government maintains a firm commitment to soldiers, sailors and airmen. It is working
to improve their working conditions, including the quality of the health
services and social security they receive.
The new installations provide training for military
physicians and provide service to the military population and members.
Armed Forces support the population at different times, in the efforts to
achieve a Mexico at peace, security tasks and assisting the civil population in
the event of disaster. Society always has the support of the armed forces, who
are always willing to help those most in need at difficult times.
The Military Health
Sciences Center guarantees the quality of medical care received by the members
of our armed forces. It has state
of the art installations to train future doctors, dentists, nurses, and
specialists and offers classes on health.
The Center for the Early Detection of Breast
Cancer will benefit over 390,000 military service persons and members.
Central Military Hospital, the areas of Emergencies, Oncology and
Ophthalmology, which provide services of the highest quality and
professionalism, were modernized.
these works involved an investment of over 1.87 billion pesos, for the benefit
of over 1,100,000 persons, include active duty and retired members of the
Mexican Army and Air Force and their dependents.
The Mexican Armed Forces are the guarantees of peace, the defenders of
our sovereignty and a permanent example of institutional loyalty."