Children's doctors in the "Mobile Polyclinic" surveyed 750 children of Rozdilnya and Lyman districts

13 February 2019, 11:20
Children's doctors in the "Mobile Polyclinic" surveyed 750 children of Rozdilnya and Lyman districts

Children's surgeons and dentists expanded the brigade of "Mobile Polyclinics" doctors to inspect the children in the educational institutions of the Razdelnya and Liman districts. In general, during the day they examined more than 750 children in the village. Pervomaiskaya and m. Rozdilna. This was reported by the Department of Health of the Odessa Regional State Administration.

The need for such children's reviews was made by the residents of Odessa oblast director, Maxim Stepanov, during his visit to Velykomikhaylivskyi district. In particular, it was a question of specialists who are not in the regions. Thus, the region's leader instructed the need to expand the composition of brigades mobile clinics. To organize the examination of children, local doctors warned parents in advance about this opportunity, so medical examinations of students took place with the consent of parents or in their immediate presence.

In addition, in the usual mode, mobile clinics carried out diagnosis of the adult population. In Razdelnaya and Pershotravneve in brigades of doctors, except for cardiologists, ophthalmologists, endocrinologists, gynecologists, ultrasound specialists and X-ray laboratories, a dermatologist and urologist also worked.

In general, since the start of the "Mobile Polyclinics", specialists have been surveyed free of charge by more than 7 thousand rural population of the Odessa region.

Recall that the project "Mobile Polyclinic" started in December 2018 at the initiative of the chairman of the Regional State Administration Maxim Stepanov. This is a long-term project that allows residents of the most remote villages to undergo free surveys. It is part of the reform of rural medicine, which was launched by the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko.

The project provides access to medicine and timely diagnosis of the most common diseases.

It is planned that during the first wave of reviews specialists will visit 75 settlements of the region and will examine about 20 thousand rural population.