Pisac is a small town located in the Sacred Valley, about a 40 minute drive outside of Cusco, and serves a more rural population of patients, many which only speak Quechua. The clinic is run under the Peruvian ministry of health, MINSA.
The clinic is open 24 hours, and offers a variety of services including vaccinations, outpatient consults, minor emergencies and procedures, women’s health and prenatal care, ultrasound, and non-complicated deliveries. Any major emergencies or patients who require surgical care are sent by ambulance to Cusco, usually to Hospital Antonio Lorena.
This is one of the clinics that you can go to if you organise your elective through Maximo Nivel. You need to have at least intermediate level Spanish to be able to take electives here but they offer classes which you can enrol on before your elective starts.
|Hospital type||Medical Centre|
|Local language||Spanish or Quechua|
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