• Three Hospitals Will Receive Medical Equipment as Part of the Economic and Social Development Program Supported by Japan

    Three Hospitals Will Receive Medical Equipment as Part of the Economic and Social Development Program Supported by Japan
    06 August 2020 | 07:44

    The Ministry of Health is negotiating the Grant Agreement with Japan, for the delivery of medical equipment within the Economic and Social Development Program. According to the program, three hospitals will receive X-ray medical devices and a Computed Tomography medical device.

    Minister Viorica Dumbrăveanu and His Excellency Katayama Yoshihiro, the Ambassador of Japan to Moldova, discussed on August 4, about the Economic and Social Development Program and the actions to be taken within the Moldovan-Japanese collaboration.

    The Program will allow three hospitals to receive medical equipment. Subsequently, the Emilian Coțaga Clinic and Toma Ciorbă Infectious Diseases Clinical Hospital will receive one X-ray medical device per institution and the Valentin Ignatenco Municipal Children’s Clinical Hospital will receive a Computed Tomography medical device.

    According to the Ministry of Health, during the pandemic, Japan provided support to the health system in Moldova, by donating drugs used in the treatment of patients with COVID-19.

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