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January 27th, 2012, 02:26 PM
В Грузии могут появиться бэби-боксы.
В Грузии могут появиться бэби-боксы - специальные металлические ящики, вмонтированные в стену медицинского учреждения.
Они открываются как со стороны улицы, так и изнутри.
Женщина, решившая анонимно отказаться от своего новорождённого ребенка, может оставить его в бэби-боксе.
Сразу после этого медперсонал получит соответствующий сигнал.
January 27th, 2012, 05:50 PM
January 31st, 2012, 04:39 PM
Renovated children's hospital opens in Tbilisi
By Salome Modebadze
Tuesday, January 31
Mayor of Tbilisi, Gigi Ugulava, visited the renovated Iashvili Children’s Central Hospital on Monday. The hospital recently underwent reconstruction in order to ensure access to modern, quality services for children in need.
Iashvili Hospital is one of the few hospitals in Georgia able to meet international standards, by employing doctors trained in America and Europe, and by providing 24-hour medical services. A renovated reception hall, emergency department, and a 40-bed critical medicine and intensive unit for newborns have all been improved. A special 24-hour observation unit with one-bed rooms was created, and modern equipment from the United States, Japan, and Germany was purchased.
As Shota Joglidze, the hospital's General Director, noted that only the half of the hospital has been renovated so far. “But the emergency department can get twice as many patients as before the rehabilitation,” he explained.
Visiting the hospital, Mayor Ugulava met with staff and emphasized the importance of its rehabilitation in order to make Tbilisi “a centre for medical tourism”. According to information released by Tbilisi City Hall, 120 000 people were insured by the Mayor’s Office in 2012 which, according to them, is a significant social project.
Stressing that any persons receiving state insurance can fully access the services offered by any of the newly opened and renovated hospitals in Georgia, Ugulava announced that children between 0-5 would also get special insurance packages as of fall 2012.
Of the 720 members of the hospital's staff, around 20 were selected from the special employment database created by the Tbilisi City Hall. Eliko Midelashvili was among the job-seekers who found a job at Iashvili Hospital thanks to City Hall’s unemployment database. “I had written a letter in order to find a job and I was lucky to be sent to this hospital,” she said. According to Tbilisi City Hall’s official website, hundreds of individuals have found employment since 2010.
February 9th, 2012, 11:05 PM
President opened new hospital in Dusheti
Georgian President opened yet another new hospital - this time in Dusheti town of Mtskheta-Mtianeti Region today. The new modern hospital has been constructed by the GPI insurance company. The new hospital is intended for 15 patients and has the staff of 80 doctors. President viewed the new hospital and entered the maternity department to see the new born babies and presented them with gifts.
President met with the pediatrician of the clinic Irakli Tsitsishvili and awarded him with the presidential order of brilliance.
`On behalf of each of us, I want to decorate Mr. Irakli Tsitsishvili, great Georgian doctor, savior of children of many generations, protector of Georgian genofund, great Georgian pediatrician, with the order of brilliance as the demonstration of our gratitude to his great work from the state of Georgia,` Saakashvili said.
Earlier, president met with local population and talked with them.
February 20th, 2012, 09:17 PM
Новые больницы, открывшиеся за два последних месяца в Грузии
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February 27th, 2012, 06:07 PM
President viewed a new hospital in Kvareli
Georgian president arrived in Kvareli town of the Kakheti Region today to visit a newly opened hospital, constructed by an insurance company Imedi L. The clinic intended to serve 30 patients simultaneously, provides all kinds of medical service, is equipped in accordance with modern standards and has 120 highly qualified personnel.
Imedi L has invested four million GEL in the construction and equipment of the hospital.
After visiting the clinic, president addressed the crowed assembled outside. President said largest projects would soon be launched in Kakheti for the development of tourism, wine business and infrastructure development. Saakashvili said hundreds of million GEL would be allocated from the state budget for the development of the region.
March 6th, 2012, 05:46 PM
President visited new hospital in region
President of Georgian Mikheil Saakashvili arrived in Akhmeta town of the Kakheti Region and visited a new ultra-modern hospital together with the Health Care Minister of Belarus and other specialists. The new hospital, equipped in accordance with European standards, was constructed by the Imedi L insurance company in the frames of the governmental program of hospital development. The hospital was opened on February 17 and has already served over 200 patients.
30 children have been already born in t his clinic since it was opened. The hospital can serve 20 patients simultaneously with personnel of over 100 people.
Imedi L insurance company has invested 3,5 million dollar in the construction of the hospital in Akhmeta.
March 14th, 2012, 11:55 PM
March 16th, 2012, 03:18 PM
Georgian president opens new medical center in Eastern Georgia
New medical center opened in the town of Tsnori of Kakheti Region in Eastern Georgia on Thursday. The contemporary 35-bed clinic was constructed with investments of Gel 4 million by Archimedes Global Georgia Company.
The multi-profile clinic has been provided with contemporary equipments. High-qualified doctors will give medical service to patients at the clinic which has employed a total of 100 people.
President Saakashvili inspected the new clinic today. Later he met locals and discussed several initiatives, including agricultural ones with them.
Later, Saakashvili met the medical staff at the new clinic.
According to the government`s plan, 150 new clinics throughout the country will be opened until 2013.
Saakashvili also introduced to the staff Zurab Tchiaberashvili, the new candidate for the Healthcare Minister, who has replaced Andria Urushadze at the position.
April 20th, 2012, 03:41 PM
Ultra-modern equipment for University clinic
First state of the art diagnostic equipment has been imported to Georgia and South Caucasus, which will enable Georgian doctors to reveal the symptoms of oncologic diseases on the beginning phase. The new equipment will reduce the chances of inaccuracy to minimum during setting diagnosis. The new equipment will be installed in the high-technology centre of the University Clinic.
The equipment produced by G-Health Care has been purchased for the clinic by the funding of the Bank of Georgia.
April 20th, 2012, 03:43 PM
Medical rooms to be opened at all prisons in Georgia
Health Care rooms will be opened in every prison in Georgia - Minister of Health and Social Care Zurab Tchiaberashvili and Minister of Corrections and Legal Assistance signed a corresponding memorandum today. The project aims at opening screening-centers in prisons, which will enable medical personnel to reveal various diseases in convict patients at the early phase and provide timely treatment.
Similar pilot project is already working at two prisons and as the Minister of Corrections said, they turned out very effective; therefore, health care rooms will be opened in all prisons of Georgia by the end of the year.
April 26th, 2012, 07:53 PM
President visited new hospital in Kakheti
President of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili viewed a newly opened hospital in Gurjaani town of the Kakheti Region today. The new hospital was opened today and received the first patient. Earlier, president Saakashvili and Health Care Minister Zurab Tchiaberashvili met with the crowed gathered outside the new hospital. President addressed locals, speaking about the development of regional resorts, agriculture and education.
The new hospital was constructed by GPI Holding, which invested 8 million GEL in the project. The hospital is intended to serve 70 patients simultaneously and provide high quality service.
May 4th, 2012, 04:00 PM
Contemporary medical center opens in Poti
A contemporary high-level hospital opened in Georgia`s Black Sea town Poti today.
The medical center has been provided with contemporary equipments. 105 high-qualified local doctors and nurses have been employed in the 70-bed hospital, where contemporary healing methods.
The new clinic has been refurbished by the My Family, which is a subsidiary company of Aldagi BCI Insurance Company. An investment of GEL 6 million has been put into the clinic.
President Saakashvili inspected the new medical center today. He talked to the patients and the medical staff of the hospital.
Prior to it, Saakashvili delivered a speech at the meeting with locals.
May 17th, 2012, 09:31 AM
President met with Georgian doctors in U.S.
The President of Georgia met with Georgian doctors working in the United States. Mikheil Saakashvili spoke to them about the reforms implemented in the healthcare sector. According to the Head of State, Georgia will soon become the center of Eastern Europe in terms of medicine. The President also touched on the issue of developing the resort zones of the country and noted that tourism has a big potential in this sense.
“The medical sector is developing noticeably in Georgia. 150 large and small clinics are being opened around the entire country. I have a claim that we are creating the most modern medical system across Eastern Europe and the Post-Soviet space. We already have several large hospitals in Tbilisi and the Koreans are now building one more 200 bed hospital, which will cost about 250-300 million USD. I think it will be the largest of all newly-opened medical centers in Eastern Europe and Post-Soviet space. A medical sector is being recreated in Georgia; not the one which envisions serving a small country with 5 million residents, but the one that will make Georgia the center for the entire region and like tourism, this will bring large income to the economy of Georgia” – noted Mikheil Saakashvili.
The President of Georgia also drew attention to the importance of developing rehabilitative resorts and noted that the country has a huge resource in this sense. According to him, it is important that a lot of professional and qualified cadres emerge. Mikheil Saakashvili asked the doctors working in the United States to get involved in this process and share their knowledge and experience with the Georgian colleagues.
May 29th, 2012, 03:23 PM
President opens new hospital in Kutaisi
President of Georgia opened a new, modern medical center in Kutaisi today. The four-storey hospital has been constructed by Aldagi BCI Company; it is equipped in accordance with European standards and is intended for 100 patients and three hundred people are employed there.
Mikheil Saakashvili met with the crowd assembled outside the hospital and talked about the reforms and the plans for the development of Kutaisi.
June 20th, 2012, 07:48 PM
Health Care Minister viewed construction works of a new hospital in Telavi
A new hospital intended for 70 patients will be constructed in the city of Telavi. The new clinic will provide stationary and ambulatory treatment to local population. The multi-profile hospital will have 220 employs.
Ten million GEL will be invested in the construction of a new hospital and it will be opened in spring 2013.
Minister of Health and Social Care, Zurab Chiaberashvili viewed the construction works in Telavi today.
June 22nd, 2012, 10:17 PM
July 4th, 2012, 07:47 PM
Mayor opens new Georgian-American clinic in Tbilisi
Mayor of Tbilisi Gigi Ugulava opened a new Georgian-American clinic today. Medical House is a first-aid family hospital, which provides six different types of services. Gigi Ugulava viewed the new hospital and talked with the medical personnel.
The clinic has staff of sixty employs and it provides services meeting American standards.
The clinic has biochemical, clinical, immuno-ferment laboratory. Patients will be provided consultations and treatment by cardiologist, gynecologist, endocrinologist, physician, neurologist and surgeons.
July 13th, 2012, 07:44 PM
Georgian PM, Healthcare Minister inspect new medical center in Sagarejo
Georgian Prime Minister Vano Merabishvili and Healthcare Minister Zurab Tchiaberashvili inspected the new medical center in the town of Sagarejo in the eastern part of the country.
The two ministers visited the patients undergoing medical treatment at the clinic and talked to them about the problems the patients are facing.
Later, the prime and the healthcare ministers met the personnel of the clinic. They introduced them the Georgian government`s action program and discussed with them he main directions of the healthcare reform.
The PM stressed significance of financial accessibility of healthcare service, the new state insurance program and improving qualification of the medical personnel in the country in his speech.
December 24th, 2012, 02:09 PM
June 28th, 2013, 04:05 PM
Ukraine, Georgia sign healthcare agreement
Friday, June 28
On Tuesday Ukraine and Georgia signed an agreement on cooperation in the field of health, as well as a memorandum on enhancing relations between the two countries in the field of investment.
The documents were signed during the eighth meeting of the joint Ukrainian-Georgian Intergovernmental Commission on Issues of Economic Cooperation.
The meeting was held under the chairmanship of the Vice Prime Minister of Ukraine Oleksandr Vilkul and his Georgian colleague Kakha Kaladze.
"The achievements of the commission must bring concrete economic results for Ukraine and Georgia. This includes the development of tourism, attraction of investment as well as activation of implementation of modern technologies in Ukraine. The country is using Georgian experience in the implementation of this project," Vilkul said.
According to him, commodity turnover between Ukraine and Georgia will exceed $1 billion in 2013.
"Georgia is a strategic partner of Ukraine. According to statistics from 2012, the commodity turnover between Ukraine and Georgia nearly reached $800 million. This year the goal of bilateral cooperation is to cross the billion-dollar mark." Vilkul said.
According to Vilkul, the development of economic diplomacy between the two countries is creating new opportunities for mutually advantageous cooperation in Ukraine and Georgia.
"As a co-chair of the intergovernmental Ukrainian-Georgian Commission I am always ready for meeting and discussing new proposals. If Georgian entrepreneurs have questions about creating and doing business in Ukraine, they must apply to the commission and I am ready to help." Vilkul said.