ELECTRIC BEDS AND OTHER EQUIPMENT DONATED TO THE ZHYTOMYR HOSPITAL FROM ZHYTOMYR COMMUNITY FUND (PHOTO+VIDEO)
- July 12, 2022
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On Saturday, the 4th of June, Zhytomyr Community Fund organized the delivery of electric beds and other equipment to Zhytomyr hospitals from their partners from Hungary.
In total, 18 electric intensive care beds, 9 wooden beds, 26 mattresses, 9 respiratory support devices and CPAP devices, 11 wheelchairs and 4 chairs with sanitary equipment were delivered to Zhytomyr Community Fund.
“Thanks to the cooperation of Zhytomyr Community Fund and the National Network for the Development of Local Philanthropy, with the help of our partners and friends in Hungary we managed to organize the arrival of humanitarian aid to Zhytomyr in the form of electric and ordinary beds, special breathing apparatus, mattresses, which we handed over to the Zhytomyr city hospitals number one and two, as well as the Zhytomyr Regional Hospital named after Herbachevskyi. We give electric beds to the hospitals, and ordinary beds can be used by Zhytomyr City Council to arrange shelters for internally displaced persons in Zhytomyr,” says Zhanna Soloviova, Chairwoman of the Board of Zhytomyr Community Fund.
Medical equipment was delivered to hospitals:
– Municipal enterprise “Hospital No. 2 named after V.P. Pavlusenko of Zhytomyr City Council”;
– Municipal enterprise “Hospital No. 1 of Zhytomyr City Council”;
– Communal non-commercial enterprise “Regional Clinical Hospital named after O.F. Herbachevskyi” of Zhytomyr Regional Council.
“We received, without exaggeration, very good beds. I have never seen such beds. We will put them in intensive care unit and for stroke patients. We are very grateful fund!”, said Ihor Kukharuk, director of the Hospital No. 2 named after V.P. Pavlusenko of Zhytomyr City Council.
Zhytomyr Community Fund thanks its partners for the medical equipment sent, namely: the non-governmental organization from Hungary Segito Kez 2010 Közhasznu Egyesület and its Austrian, German and Hungarian partners; National Network for the Development of Local Philanthropy (MedAid special fund).