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VTB helped Amur Oblast Children's Clinical Hospital buy equipment - EastRussia | Far East






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VTB helped Amur Oblast Children's Clinical Hospital to purchase equipment

As part of the VTB “World Without Tears” charity program, the Amur Oblast Children's Clinical Hospital received a certificate for 1,5 million rubles for the purchase of medical equipment.

This year the program of VTB Bank "The World without Tears" has turned 15 years old. During this time, more 100 children's hospitals from Kaliningrad to Vladivostok received assistance in the form of the necessary equipment, medicines and consumables. According to the press service of the bank, the main gift for the Blagoveshchensk Children's Hospital was the urodynamic system for standardized ICS research.

"Our urodynamic system went out of order, and since it is an expensive technique, for several years we had to find other methods of examination. The new equipment will allow for maximum quality research, prompt diagnosis and effective treatment of children and adolescents, ”said Ruslan Belous, head physician of the hospital.

As the head of the department of sponsorship and client events, the vice-president of VTB Bank Alexander Erofeev, this year VTB allocated more than 40 million rubles for financial assistance to healthcare institutions. In Blagoveshchensk "The World without Tears" came for the first time - in order to help small patients of the Amur Regional Children's Clinical Hospital to get better soon.

In total this year, the shares are held in 21 city of Russia. Children's hospitals in Ulan-Ude, Ryazan, Kaluga, Ivanovo, Rostov-on-Don, Kostroma, Moscow, Grozny, Tambov, Kamensk-Uralsky, Nizhnekamsk, Irkutsk, Pyatigorsk, Orenburg, Kaliningrad and Pervouralsk have already received medical equipment.