San Juan, – Puerto Rico resident commissioner in Washington, DC, Jenniffer González, today announced the approval of 3.5 million dollars in federal funds for the 330 Center of Primary Health Services in Barceloneta, a municipality in the north of the island. .
Gonzalez explained in a press release that these funds are allocated by the Health Resources and Services Administration of the United States Department of Health and Human Services.
The center of Primary Health Services of Barceloneta offers health services such as vaccination, pediatrics, radiology, pharmacy, dental and others.
Center 330 is a community agency that offers comprehensive primary health care services in areas where economic or geographic barriers limit access to affordable health care services (EFEUSA).