La ADR realiza la quincuagésima novena Asamblea Ordinaria de Miembros - Armario de Noticias


miércoles, 4 de mayo de 2022

La ADR realiza la quincuagésima novena Asamblea Ordinaria de Miembros

The Dominican Rehabilitation Association (ADR), held its fifty-ninth Ordinary Assembly of Members, during which the results of the services and the progress of the non-profit entity after the Covid-19 pandemic were presented.

Celso Marranzini, president of the ADR, stressed that during 2021 the ADR achieved 427,675 additional services to those offered in 2020, an atypical year due to the pandemic, totaling 1,238,226 services that represent 93.62% of the level registered in 2019, before the pandemic.

This shows the general reactivation of services, in particular, the sustained increase in the care of 57,099 new patients that represented an increase of 8% compared to 2019 and a 42% increase compared to 2020.

The month of March 2022 was closed, with 134,043 services, with a daily average of 5,828 and peak days that exceeded 6,000 thousand attentions, 20% concentrated in the Santo Domingo enclosure.

This reactivation has been possible, according to Marranzini, thanks to the support of President Luis Abinader and the First Lady, Raquel Arbaje, who, in the midst of this crisis situation, managed a 66% increase in government subsidy, going to RD $ 140 million annually during 2021 and for the 2022 budget, an increase of 8% was approved to support plans to expand coverage in the Southwest Region. Totaling in RD $151. 9 million the state subsidy for this year.

Marranzini highlighted the expansion and deconcentration of services, with the inclusion of two new centers at the municipal level, Haina in the South Region and Maimón in the North Region.

"The achievement of the necessary resources for the construction and equipment of these centers was possible thanks to the multisectoral contributions of Associations of Industries, companies in the electricity sector, mining, savings and transport cooperatives, companies based in Haina and Maimón, among other collaborators," he added.

The financial report as of December 31, 2021, was presented by Rafael Uceta, first member, who referred to the increase in the assets of the institution, as a result of improvements in processes, buildings and equipment of centers and services. Thus, the Statement of Position of ADR, Inc., reflects total assets amounting to RD$1,366 million, total liabilities of RD$140 million and net assets of RD$1,226 million.

During 2021, revenues of RD$890 million were received, of which 76% were generated by services and productive areas; 19% corresponds to the State allocation, government salaries to personnel assigned to the institution and the extraordinary contribution received through the Presidency of the Republic and the remaining 5% corresponded to the activities of Fundraising and other alternative sources.

The costs and expenses applied in the execution of services and institutional activities amounted to RD$861 million, corresponding to Santo Domingo 49% and the Subsidiaries 51% respectively.

The report concludes that the budget execution of income versus expenditures of the year 2021, with a favorable difference of RD$29 million, allowing the ADR to continue advancing in the achievement of the objectives and goals of development and growth in programs and services, as well as the fulfillment of commitments made and other operations.

The 2022 Ordinary Assembly of Members of the ADR was attended by 40 delegates and the virtual participation of 19 delegates, for a total of 60 delegates, representatives of the 35 Subsidiaries, as well as 38 special guests.

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