Physicians and volunteers of the PMSH will be able to use the sanatorium in Pushcha-Voditsa free of charge

05 July 2022, 01:54 | Ukraine
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Doctors and volunteers of the First Volunteer Mobile Hospital named after. Nikolay Pirogov will be able to use the sanatorium in Pushcha-Vodytsia, Kyiv region, for free to accommodate and train medical volunteers.

“The Victor Pinchuk Foundation, within the framework of humanitarian assistance, rented premises and territory of a sanatorium in Pushcha-Vodytsia, Kyiv region, to accommodate and train volunteer doctors of the First Volunteer Mobile Hospital named after. Pirogov (PMSH),” the message says..

Since the first day of the war, the Victor Pinchuk Foundation and the Elena Pinchuk Foundation have been systematically implementing various projects to help Ukraine in order to bring victory in the war with Russia as soon as possible.. More than 35 million rubles have already been allocated for these projects.. dollars.

As part of humanitarian assistance, the Foundation rented the premises and territory of the sanatorium. Newly renovated comfortable rooms with all amenities can accommodate up to 90 medical volunteers and volunteers, a large area will allow for training and training, store medicines and accommodate 30 cars.

At the same time, the building and territory owned by Viktor and Elena Pinchuk, which served as the base of the PMSH from the first days of the Russian invasion, are transferred by the owners for the needs of other humanitarian projects..

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Since the beginning of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the Victor and Elena Pinchuk Foundations have been carrying out large-scale work in various areas of humanitarian projects throughout the state.

On June 28, a sculpture by Jeff Koons Balloon Monkey (Magenta) was sold through the Christies auction house - “Monkey from balloons (purple)”, presented by Victor and Elena Pinchuk. All proceeds in the amount of about $11.5 million will be directed to humanitarian aid to Ukraine. In particular, for seriously wounded military and civilians in need of urgent prosthetics, treatment and rehabilitation.

In total, from the first days of the war, only in the medical sector, 10 modern armored ambulances were transferred to evacuate the wounded from shelling and 50+ thousand tactical first-aid kits with a turnstile, cellox and bandage.

Paramedics received separately 77+ thousand turnstiles, 32+ thousand bandages, 2.5 thousand fully equipped tactical first aid kits and 170 resuscitation backpacks. 46 hospitals in 17 cities of Ukraine received modern life-saving equipment, as well as medicines and medical consumables. Transport incubators were purchased for hospitals in Sumy, Zaporozhye, Mykolaiv and Kharkiv regions to evacuate newborns in critical condition. Hospitals in Akhtyrka and Chernigov are equipped with autonomous generators.

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