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The Provincial Education Council (CPE), through the Provincial Directorate of Titles and Equivalences informs the whole community of REGIONAL DISTRICTS III (Zapala); IV (Junín de los Andes; V (Chos Malal); IX (San Martín de los Andes); XI (Aluminé) that by virtue of the Complementary Registrations during the month of March 2020 carried out by the respective Classification Boards, personnel from this office will be at the above mentioned locality during the present month, registering Titles, certifying and authenticating all the necessary documentation for such registration.
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Arica, Arica Norte, Sector Ex Barrio Industrial de Arica, San Miguel de Azapa, Camarones, Codpa, Putre, Belén and General Lagos. Calle Bolognesi N° 306, AricaPhone: (58) 2231789 Email: [email protected]
Vallenar, Domeyko, Freirina, Huasco, Alto del Carmen, El Tránsito and San Félix. Calle Ramírez N° 879, Vallenar Phone: (51) 2342932 Email: [email protected] – Opening hours: 09:00 to 14:00 hrs. and 15:30 to 18:00 hrs.
San Antonio, El Tabo, Cuncumén, Cartagena, El Quisco, Algarrobo and Santo Domingo. Inmaculada Concepción Nº 424 ex 436, Llo-LleoPhone: (35) 2287260, (35) 2287261, (35) 2292842 – +569 84036830Email: [email protected]
Recoleta Norte, Recoleta Sur, El Cortijo, Lo Negrete, Los Libertadores and Huechuraba. Morandé Nº 440, SantiagoPhone: 223809457 – 223900854Emails: [email protected] – [email protected] – [email protected]
San Fernando, Puente Negro, Chimbarongo, Placilla, Nancagua and Chépica. Calle Curali N° 930 San FernandoPhone: (72) 2975720 – (72) 2975721 – (72) 2975724 – (72) 2975725Emails: [email protected]
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San Cristobal Centers are duly authorized by the Puerto Rico Department of Health to issue Health Certificates for the purpose of establishing current health status. These are a basic requirement for all types of work or business, including throat cultures for those in the food industry.
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To establish the medical-administrative procedures for the determination of psychosomatic aptitude and health conditions for the permanence in the active status of military and police personnel.
7.1. When the Military and Police Personnel who are Sick or Injured as a result of an illness or injury and who are undergoing medical and/or rehabilitation treatment to recover their physical, sensory, mental and intellectual capacities.
7.3. Military and Police personnel are entitled to the benefits granted by Law Nº12633, as long as the illness or disease has manifested itself after six (6) months of service in the respective Institution.
a) Hospitalized: When the alteration of the health of military and police personnel presents an acute or chronic phase of their illness or injury, and requires hospitalization for treatment under the permanent supervision of health personnel in health centers.
b) Medical Rest: Condition that contemplates the temporary exemption from the usual work, when the temporary alteration of the health condition of military and police personnel can be faced outside the Health Centers, with medical treatment at home, without direct supervision. In the case of Cadets and Students, the Medical Rest will be carried out in the facilities of their Training Center. In the case of Military Service and Reenlistment personnel, the Medical Rest will be regulated by the internal rules of each Institution.