“I started my trip to Iaşi with a visit to the “Sfânta Maria” Children’s Emergency Clinical Hospital, which annually treats over 100,000 children, approximately 60% of the patients from the entire northeastern region of the country and the Republic of Moldova. I was happy to see that the extensive process of rehabilitation, modernization and equipment is close to completion, and the investment of almost 130 million lei from European funds, through the Regional Operational Program, will provide better treatment conditions for children and young people who have need medical care. The hospital, which already functions as a regional one, will have a new operating block with five operating rooms, the number of beds in the Emergency Reception Unit will increase from five to 35″, wrote Ciucă on Facebook.
According to the prime minister, the dedication and empathy of the approximately 1,200 professionals in the medical field are impressive.
Even during the rehabilitation period of the hospital, the medical team continued to provide health care, with 480 of the 650 places being constantly occupied.
“I discussed with the management of Sfânta Maria Hospital and about the facilities that the Department of Plastic, Reconstructive and Burn Surgery needs within the health unit. The government support for the provision of medical equipment and instruments necessary for this department is underway, the first part of the 18 million lei from government funds has already been transferred to fix the problems that Mrs. Sidonia Susanu pointed out to me, at the meeting held in January. I congratulate the management of the Emergency Clinical Hospital for Children “Sfânta Maria”, the County Council and the local authorities for how they managed to attract and capitalize on European and governmental funds! The hospital infrastructure in Romania needs investments and equipment at the highest standards. Recently, financing contracts were signed for eight of the 27 medical units or public hospitals, some of which will be built, others renovated and equipped with consistent financing of over 2 billion euros provided by the National Recovery and Resilience Plan. They are investments expected by all of us because the citizens need quality medical services and safer hospitals”, adds the prime minister.
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