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Professional Staff Recognized (EL MEXICANO, 12/12/12)
ENSENADA, BC – This Friday, December 14 at the State Center of the Arts in Ensenada facility, the annual awards ceremony 2012 for ISESALUD staff was held. It was an emotional event in which the work employees with 20, 25, 30, 35, 40 and 45 years of ISESALUD service were recognized for benefiting the community and families of Ensenada and the Valley of San Quentin.
During the official ceremony, the State Chief of the Administration Department of Human Resources, C.P. Salvador Garcia Estrella; Chief of the Jurisdiction of Health Services of our municipality, Dr. Víctor Manuel Reyes García; Director of the Ensenada General Hospital, Dr. Ernesto Martínez Palacio; and Secretary General of the National of Workers Union of the Secretariat of Health Section 64, Dr. Samuel Mojica Fabian were present.
Medals, certificates and economic incentives were awarded to workers who met certain numbers of years service rendered to the institution during the year. There were more than 60 professionals from the jurisdictions of Ensenada, San Quentin and the General Hospital who received important recognition. Also awarded were extra vacation hours and financial rewards honoring outstanding employees.
Some of the professional Guild members by career were: Dr. Juan Manuel Cortez Aldana, Enf. Teresa Hernández Gómez, Enf. Guadalupe Valdez Carpio, María de la Ángeles García Velasco, María Luisa Domínguez, Tania Pérez Zayola, to mention a few.
Finally, Dr. Víctor Reyes García thanked all the dedicated staff of ISESALUD who invest daily for the benefit of the health of Baja California. He ended saying they should strive to collaborate with continued enthusiasm that they have characterized, since their efforts reflect on the care of patients in each of the medical units. http://www.el-mexicano.com.mx/informacion/noticias/1/3/estatal/2012/12/14/636376/reconocen-a-personal-de-isesalud.aspx
Los Vicente Guerrero and San Quintín Look to Coordinate Operations (EL MEXICANO, 12/12/12 by Jorge Armando Perzabal)
SAN QUINTÍN, BC - Delegates will seek to coordinate operations performed by their different police corporations to lower theft rates affecting these delegations. Thefts in both areas have increased by 100% because there are not enough Municipal police agents for each delegation, as there are less than 50 officers for more than 80 colonies between the two delegations.
Vicente Guerrero delegate, Justino Herrera, noted he will ask the municipal President of Ensenada, Enrique Pelayo Torres, to send more agents for his delegation, as we need more Municipal police agents on the streets. "We had meetings with the delegates where we have dealt with this topic and the wave of thefts are in all of the delegations. I will request more police officers to provide security to residents", said the delegate.
Jaime Solorio Alejandre, delegate of San Quentin, said that he will discuss demarcations with policy makers from various corporations to perform coordinated operations in the colonies with high criminal rates. "I shall request the Ministerial police commanders, as well as of the Federal Police and the Mexican army, support us to constantly operate teams in these colonies to lower the criminal rates", noted Solorio Alejandre. "We are working with delegates in these areas to fight the wave of thefts in different ways which have happened in some if our colonies," said Jaime Solorio. http://www.el-mexicano.com.mx/informacion/noticias/1/3/estatal/2012/12/14/636284/buscan-implementar-operativos-coordinados.aspx