The second largest collector of blood bags in the State, attends patients from the Irma Dulce Social Works and other net of hemo units.
Main door of the Sister Dulce Social Works. Dozens of medical specialties are offered in the nuclei clinics.
Full assistance to people with multiple disabilities, contributing to a social and community inclusion of the users of the Nucleus.
The Irmã Dulce Social Works has Medical Residency Programs in the various specialties. In the Multiprofessional area, the institution offers Residency in Health Care of the Elderly.
Always seeking to strengthen and enrich the health professional, CEPEn annually promotes the Improvement and Improvement Course for Nurses and Nursing Technicians.
The Research Ethics Committee (CEP) is an interdisciplinary and independent collegiate body of public relevance, created to defend the interests of the participant in their integrity and dignity.
The Clinical Research Center (CPEC) is the unit that is responsible for research in the health area within the Irmã Dulce Social Works.Know more about CPEC