Reforms of Ministry of Health of Ukraine: the Patient is More Dead than Alive
February 26, 2016
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We’ve been hearing tons of promises from Ministry of Health of
The ambulance, called to the oncology patient, refuses to arrive as the only thing they can help him with is a painkiller shot. Everyone knows it. There is an extreme lack of the ambulance cars causing a number of tragic incidents due to waiting too long. The question is – is it possible at all to arrange for the sufficient number of cars and their timely arrival? I guess, it is.
What if you live in a remote village whether no one heard of the ambulance at all since the only person people can turn to help to is a paramedic who has only a bike and the simplest meds at hand. In this case all you can pray for is that your neighbour will be able to drive you to the hospital in case of emergency. Question to the Ministry of Health:
Discussions on the radical changes in national medicine have caught on long time ago in Ministry of Health. Ukraine, unfortunately, is yet to benefit from them as all the reforms all boil down to the discussions only.Discussions on the radical changes in national medicine have caught on long time ago in Ministry of Health.
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