Repairs at the Institute of Mother and Child were started.

23 April 2014
Today, a team of medical doctors from the board of the Institute of Mother and Child presented the renovation and modernization plan, which will be implemented with the help of the raised funds in the framework of REVIVE MOLDOVA campaign.
Repairs at the Institute of Mother and Child were started.
Today, a team of medical doctors from the board of the Institute of Mother and Child presented the renovation and modernization plan, which will be implemented with the help of the raised funds in the framework of REVIVE MOLDOVA campaign.

Thus, within a year, the Institute of Mother and Child will undergo 6 stages of repair works, all aiming at improving the comfort and safety standards for patients of maternity. The works will be performed on two floors and entrance hall, inpatient ward, two gynecological wards, two examination rooms, three birth wards, one surgery room, seven infirmaries, eight patient wards, Intensive care unit, eight laboratories and the first prenatal Screening Center opened in a state hospital.

Based on the modernization and renovation plan, patients visiting the Mother and Child Institute will enjoy better conditions starting with the hospital’s courtyard. The director general of Mother and Child Institute, Stefan Gatcan mentioned: “The renovation project is a vital need and after the implementation of the proposed project we will be able to offer quality services. Our objective is to reach the adequate quality standards in regards to patients’ safety and comfort”. Aliona Lupasco, the head of postnatal department, explained how important it is for babies to have sanitary conditions in all wards. “The results of this project will be to ensure the maximum comfort for patients and increase compliance index on needed maternal and child hygiene," said the doctor.

Out of the six stages of repair works, requiring the collection of about 1 million, the renovation and modernization of the delivery rooms, a surgical unit and wards for patients will be the most expensive ones.
Today, 10 days from the launch of REVIVE MOLDOVA fundraising campaign, and thanks to generous donations, the Institute of Mother and Child was able to start the refurbishment of inpatient Department. One the major problems that doctors face today is a weak electricity grid which is obsolete and causes around 12 power outages daily.

The Institute of Mother and Child will inform the public on the progress of the executed works. More information on the Renovation and Modernization Plan, as well as more information on how to make donations for the Institute of Mother and Child can be found on the campaign’s official page www.renastemoldova.md