The new CAP has been built to respond to the increase in the population of the Basic Health Area Sabadell 4B (Can Rull) and guarantee greater proximity in care. On Monday, December 12, an open day will be held so that residents can learn about the new facilities.
Adaptation work for the new Can Llong Primary Care Center (CAP) has entered the final stretch and the Department of Health plans for the center to start operating on Wednesday, December 14. Two days before, on Monday 12 December, an open day will be held so that residents can get to know the new facilities.
CAP Can Llong is located at Ronda Europa, 522, next to Plaça de Córdova. It will open from Monday to Friday, from 8 a.m. to 20 p.m. and will offer the adult population its own portfolio of primary care services.
Initially, 3.400 people will be served, those who live in the Can Llong area closest to the CAP. Later on, the area of influence will be extended to the entire neighborhood of Can Llong (another 6.000 people).
The pediatric population in this area will continue to be cared for at CAP Concordia by the Territorial Pediatric Team Sabadell North, as it has been until now.
The new CAP Can Llong is a newly constructed single-storey building with 4 family medicine consultations; 4 nursing consultations; 2 multipurpose consultation rooms and 2 social work offices. The center has had a cost of 2,5 million euros, financed by the Catalan Health Service.
The same team of professionals, two CAP
This new CAP has been built to respond to the increase in the population of the Basic Health Area Sabadell 4B (Can Rull) and guarantee greater proximity in care. Until now, the Can Rull Primary Care Team, managed by the Parc Taulí Health Consortium, had assigned 19.700 people who were all cared for at the CAP Can Rull. From December 14, the Team will have two attention spaces: the CAP Can Rull and the CAP Can Llong. In the first, 16.300 users will be visited and in the second, 3.400. In the coming days, people assigned to Can Llong will receive an informative SMS explaining the change of CAP.
To facilitate the transition, in a first phase the users assigned to Can Llong will keep the reference of their medical and nursing professional. At this initial stage, the split does not imply an increase in the assigned population and, therefore, the same professionals in the healthcare team will remain. Once the increase in population is confirmed, the number of professionals will also increase.
The opening of the CAP Can Llong is part of the Health Pact between Sabadell City Council and the Catalan Health Service to improve the map of health facilities in the city.
Sant Cugat del Vallès, November 30, 2022