During last week’s visit to Teruel by Jorge Azcon, President of the Government of Aragon, he stated that he would meet with the Dean of the University of Zaragoza to try to start the process by which medical studies would be implemented in Aragon. city.
Azcón also provided a notable defense of the importance for the city and province of implementing these studies in Teruel. You can listen to President Azcon’s words on this topic a few days ago
At the moment, the main obstacle to a truly difficult issue such as obtaining a new degree (and more in medicine) in our city is the position of the university itself or of the rector José Antonio Mayoral himself, who is perceived to be him. He doesn’t like the idea very much
Mayoral says Teruel Hospital will not be prepared for the practices needed for medical studies, although the situation may change with the launch of the new hospital. The theoretical cost of carrying out these studies would be another notable problem.
We heard it in some of the statements he made in our city last June
In confirmation of this, today Heraldo publishes some statements in its headlines in which you can read literally what the rector is saying.“Before putting the medicine in Teruel, there is a commitment to Huesca.” He remembers The previous executive authority committed to financing the expansion with three million and trusts that the current executive authority will maintain it so as not to lose European funds.
Bringing medical studies to Teruel Province will not be easy.
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