More About Gonzalez Coro Hospital / Rebeca Monzo

1-1384189416_cable-de-la-habitacic3b3n-al-bac3b1p-copy2-1384189416_ventana-bac3b1o3-1384189417_poceta-con-tupicic3b3n4-1384189417_pantry5-1384189418_lavamanos-con-salidero6-1384189419_inodoro-y-cesto-papeles7-1384189420_espejp-y-lc3a1mparaFinally Patricia is a grandmother. Her daughter was admitted a few days ago to Gonzalez Coro Hospital, formerly the Sacred Heart Clinic, in Vedado, Havana, because her baby was born underweight, something very common lately.

She took some photos that helped me to offer this testimony with regards to the comfort and hygiene of this hospital.

Another of the surprises awaiting the new mother were the disputes between other patients, due to the theft of cigarettes. She doesn’t smoke, but she had to breathe the smoke from cigarettes shared between the mothers and the health care workers who cared for them.

11 November 2013