El Mundo reports that 8 medical centres in Níjar (Almería) have no telephone or internet access. They serve a population base of around 10,000 people.
It seems that the Health Service has either cut off or never bothered to have installed telephone lines to these centres, although they have computers and the like in there.
Doctors are complaining that they have to use their personal mobile phones to check patient records, or call for ambulances.
The townhall is blaming the Andalucian Health Service. Meanwhile, charity organisations point out that these medical centres mainly give cover to the immigrant farmhands of Campohermoso…