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sábado, 15 de enero de 2011

“Juan de la Cosa” Buque hospital de asistencia médica y logística en la mar

“Juan de la Cosa” Buque hospital de asistencia médica y logística en la mar
Situados en zonas de gran concentración de flota española, prestan asistencia sanitaria “in situ” a cualquier barco que lo solicite y se encuentre dentro de su área de cobertura, facilitando tanto la consulta por radio, ambulatoria e incluso la hospitalización a bordo de los pacientes cuando es así prescrita. Si la gravedad del caso lo requiere, también realizan la evacuación a tierra del enfermo en el medio más adecuado y rápido posible.
Desempeñan su actividad en estrecha colaboración con el Centro Radio-Médico del Instituto Social de la Marina y con el Centro Nacional de Coordinación de Salvamento Marítimo de la Sociedad Estatal de Salvamento Marítimo, responsable de organizar la evacuación del tripulante desde alta mar en el medio disponible más adecuado, en los casos que precisan evacuación urgente a puerto.
Como complemento de la actividad sanitaria, también prestan apoyo logístico de emergencia, como desenganche de redes, servicio de buzos, reparaciones eléctricas, etc.,  a los barcos españoles que lo precisen e, incluso, recogida de náufragos.

Hospital ship JUAN DE LA COSA IMO NUMBER 9328156 VESSEL TYPE  HOSPITAL SHIP HULL TYPE SINGLE HULL GROSS TONNAGE 2.009 tons BUILD 2006 BUILDER Factorias Vulcano Vigo Spain IZAR CONSTRUCCIONES NAVALES MADRID - SPAIN FLAG  SPAIN CLASS SOCIETY BUREAU VERITAS MANAGER/OWNER SPAIN GOVERNMENT MADRID - SPAIN

Medical and Logistical Assistance Vessel.
Located in areas where there are high-concentrations of Spanish fleets, they offer on-site health care to any ship that requests it within their area of coverage, as well as providing radio consultation, outpatient care and even on-board hospitalization, when this is prescribed to patients. They also evacuate the patient to dry land using the fastest and most suitable method possible, if the case is serious enough to require this.
When carrying out their activity, they work together closely with the Radio Medical Centre of the Social Marine Institute and with the National Sea Rescue Coordination Centre of the State Sea Rescue Association, responsible for organizing the evacuation of crew members from high seas using the most suitable method available, in the cases when evacuation to a port is urgently required.
In addition to their health care work, they also provide emergency logistical support such as the unhooking of nets, diving services, electrical repairs, etc.,  to the Spanish boats that require it, as well as the rescue of shipwrecked persons.
Health and logistical support ships "Esperanza del Mar" and "Juan de la Cosa".
These are boats that have been specially designed as support vessels to provide health care and logistical support to
Spanish fishing boats in any fishing ground, in every sea and ocean in the world, and under extreme weather conditions.
Built in Spanish shipyards, these ships boast the best state-of-the-art medical and technical equipment, they are the only ships in the world that have these features and what's more, they are owned by the Social Security Administration.