The children’s department of the general practice of family healthcare was opened after the reconstruction of the primary healthcare centre premises in the Baltska Primary Healthcare Centre. According to the Odesa Local Government Development Centre, established with the support of the U-LEAD with
“The third stage of the the primary healthcare reform was completed on the territory of the Balta city AH. The children’s department was transferred to the renovated premises of the primary healthcare centre. The next step is to provide medical equipment and additional facilities for high-quality treatment of our children. The work is on,” said Serhiy Mazur, the mayor of Balta.
It should be noted that changes have taken place in other healthcare areas of the amalgamated hromada. Thus, specialised doctors receive patients in the renovated premises of the central rayon hospital, where they can, if necessary, send patients for treatment to the appropriate department. There is also a new diagnostic centre on the ground floor of the Balta central rayon hospital, and on the fifth floor there are large-scale repairs of the premises for the new reperfusion centre, that will work as a separate department of the oblast clinical hospital.
The financial support is provided to the rayon healthcare institution by the amalgamated hromada. According to the financial management of the Balta city council, in total, UAH 712 thousand were allocated from the budget of the Baltska AH in 2017 to repair the rayon hospital.
The hromada is convinced that the opening of a reperfusion centre and creation of appropriate conditions for doctors and patients will be another step to obtain the status of a hospital centre by the Communal Enterprise “The Balta rayon hospital”.
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