Belarus Visa-Free: Now For 30 Days
Official Website of the Republic of Belarus
Election of the President of the Republic of Belarus  9 August 2020
News
Belarus Events Calendar
Belarus’ Top Tourist Sites
UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Belarus
Belarusian sanatoria and health resorts
Souvenirs from Belarus
| Home | News | Humanitarian cooperation | Become a partner in a humanitarian project

Become a partner in a humanitarian project

2 Feb 2019

Humanitarian project of the Nesvizh Central District Hospital

Humanitarian project of the Nesvizh Central District Hospital
Project name: Improving emergency care in Nesvizh District

Implementation period: 2019-2020

Applicant: Nesvizh Central District Hospital

Project goals: Improving critical care provision by a resuscitation team, transportation and monitoring of a patient at a pre-hospital stage, and resuscitation during transportation of a patient to a hospital.
    
Project objectives:

- Training specialists in long-distance medical transportation;
- Purchasing CRP supplies for ambulance cars
- Providing oxygen equipment maintenance and servicing
- Improving the quality of medical care during transportation of patients
- Compliance with medical care standards during transportation.

Target group:

- Heart patients in need of examination of cardiac vessels (coronary angiography)
- Neurological patients in need of a head CT (cerebral infarction and cerebral hemorrhage)
- Patients with brain injuries in need of diagnosis specification.

Brief description of the project:

- Managing the work of doctors and nurses who transport and accompany patients
- Hemodynamic monitoring and critical care during transport

Total amount of financing (USD) - 120,000

Sources of financing:  

  • Donor funds $100,000
  • Co-financing $20,000

Project site: City of Nesvizh, Nesvizh District, Minsk Oblast, Republic of Belarus

Contact person:
Yury Shulga,
Emergency physician, head of the intensive care unit
Phone: 8 017 70 2 41 46

Archive
Su Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa
Great Patriotic War monuments in Belarus
Partisan Chronicles