He CB Lanzarote Puerto del Carmen has completed its structure as an elite team of Spanish women’s handball with the “signing” of Samuel Naranjo Legaza as team doctor during the next season in the Iberdrola Warrior League.
Having a medical team throughout the season will not only help in the course of games and training, it will also serve so that, together with the physical trainer, Toño Cedrés, and the first coach, Miguel Ángel Lemes, rate and track players to get the best possible performance of them throughout the year.
The arrival of Samuel Naranjo complete the yellow team organization chart after the signing of Toño Cedrés for the physical plot and as second coach.
The team’s coach, Miguel Ángel Lemes, considers that having Samuel means that “the club will be in good hands with the arrival of the doctor. He has already interviewed the girls and will carry out a more exhaustive and professional follow-up than the had until today. “
Samuel will be able to count as part of the medical team when necessary with Moisés Pérez Guadalupe, a former handball player, a native of Lanzarote and a specialist in Family and Community Medicine, with a Master in Urgencies and Emergencies. He works in the Emergency Service of the Tías Health Center.
For his part, the first doctor of the dying team, Samuel Naranjo, 39, from Gran Canaria, married and with two daughters, arrived in Lanzarote in 2013 to carry out the specialty, fell in love with the island and his work and he decided to stay with his wife Arminda.
Samuel has a degree in Medicine from the ULPGC, a specialist in Family and Community Medicine, holds a Master’s Degree in Emergency Medicine from the Autonomous University of Barcelona and is an advanced provider of ITLS (International Trauma Life Suport). He develops his profession in the Emergency Service of the José Molina Orosa Hospital in the capital of Conejera, “for those of us who dedicate ourselves to this we like to say that we are emergency physicians. A specialty that exists all over the world except in Spain, Portugal and Greece. we are fighting and it will be done soon. “
But Samuel does not want to forget his past linked to handball, “I played in lower categories of Poliguanches Handball and of Las Palmas Youth. As an adult in a regional category I played in CB Siete Torres and in CBUD Vecindario. In the latter I became coach of the base and manager. Then I left the clubs and became a referee reaching territorial category. Now with my daughter linked to CB Puerto del Carmen as a daddy I wanted to do my bit for the club to enjoy this year in the Iberdrola Warrior League“