Satellite centers of the Regional Cardiology Clinic will be created in two cities of Transcarpathia

25 July 2013 16:31  7841673 042387
Satellite centers of the Regional Cardiology will be created in two cities of Transcarpathia

On Thursday, July 25, the Project Coordinator of the World Bank in Ukraine, Belarus and Moldova, Paolo Carlo Belli, the Deputy Head of the RSA Ivan Kachur, the first deputy head of the regional council Volodymyr Zakureny attended the presentation of the Transcarpathian region sub-project to participate in the World Bank project to reform the regional health systems which aims to improve timeliness and quality of health services for patients with cardiovascular diseases.

During the implementation thereof, it is planned to create satellite centers of the Transcarpathian Regional Cardiology Clinic in Mukachevo and Khust and provide them with modern equipment. The work of these centers will reduce the time from symptom onset to first aid provision, and thus reduce the fatality rate of acute coronary syndromes in patients. Also, the equipment of cardiology units of regional II and III degree health care facilities will be significantly improved.

The project provides for formation of the register of patients with cardiovascular disease, which will ensure the proper information maintenance of a patient at different levels of care, purchase of computers and equipment for health facilities, training of medical staff and others.

The project will receive 4 million dollars from the World Bank and 400 thousand dollars from the regional budget. The Project Coordinator Paolo Carlo Belli said that under effective project implementation and timely disbursement, this amount can increase significantly.

Source - Press center of the RSA

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