The most relevant in relation to SMF and its service
LAMINAR FLOW HOOD DONATION
On March 8 of this year, Servicios Médicos dela Frontera made the donation of a laminar flow campaign to the Physiology Laboratory of the Institute of Biomedical Sciences of ICB, for the academic preparation of its students and teachers.
With this, Servicios Médicos dela Frontera reaffirms its commitment to the science and society of our state, Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua.
SMF FIELD DAY
As every year all the staff of Servicios Médicos dela Frontera coexisted like a big family in a day full of fun. For SMF, your team is very important and, through this type of events, seek integration and improve communication, as well as erase hierarchies for a while.
A fun day with pool, food, dancing, comic show, awards and coexistence makes the whole team wait for another edition of this pleasant event in 2019.
Thank you very much to all attendees.
Diploma in Tuberculosis SMF
On August 12, the First Diploma in Tuberculosis organized by Servicios Médicos dela Frontera (SMF) began, through its Center for Diagnosis and Comprehensive Treatment of Tuberculosis (CDTITB), whose academic endorsement will be granted by the Autonomous University of Ciudad Juárez (UACJ).
It should be noted that all students received a full scholarship, which includes the total cost of registration and teaching support material during the entire development of the Diploma, whose financial resources were 100% subsidized by Servicios Médicos dela Frontera.
Clean Up the World!
SMF staff, employees of the Consulate General of the United States in Ciudad Juárez, as well as employees of neighboring businesses joined last Saturday, October 28 to clean up the immediate surroundings of the Consulate as part of the "Clean Up the World" campaign that promotes the civil organization "Juárez Limpio".
A Clean the World seeks to inspire communities to clean, repair and conserve their environment for the benefit of all. For SMF this type of action is very important ... thank you very much everyone!