PM Marković opens Centre for Hemodialysis in Cetinje: Government will continue to invest significant funds in health facilities and equipment

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    Cetinje, Montenegro (12 April 2018) — Prime Minister of Montenegro Duško Marković opened today the Centre for Hemodialysis in Cetinje, worth more than EUR 220,000 and said that the Government and the Ministry of Health will continue to invest significant funds for the improvement of health facilities and medical equipment in order to provide the citizens with the best possible protection… PM Marković opens Centre for Hemodialysis in Cetinje: Government will continue to invest significant funds in health facilities and equipment

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    Cetinje, Montenegro (12 April 2018) — Prime Minister of Montenegro Duško Marković opened today the Centre for Hemodialysis in Cetinje, worth more than EUR 220,000 and said that the Government and the Ministry of Health will continue to invest significant funds for the improvement of health facilities and medical equipment in order to provide the citizens with the best possible protection.

    “This facility, worth more than EUR 220,000, made up of eight modern dialysis devices, will make it easier for patients from Cetinje to perform this medical need. This is an opportunity to say that we are witnessing in this and the previous year a strong investment in healthcare infrastructure in Montenegro. This is the goal of the Government and the Ministry of Health to equip health facilities with the latest equipment and to enable our citizens and create conditions for the best possible health care… the Government and the Ministry of Health will provide significant funds in this and every next year to improve the level of facilities, to raise the quality of health equipment and, of course, to improve the health service. This is the key goal of this policy, because a healthy man and a healthy nation are the basis for the progress and prosperity of society as a whole,” Prime Minister Duško Marković said after the opening of the facility.

    With special pleasure, the Prime Minister pointed out that the Centre for Hemodialysis was opened thanks to the donations of socially responsible companies and individuals, who together with the health care system as a whole help the improvement of health infrastructure in Montenegro.

    Director of the Health Centre Cetinje Nenad Vušurović presented data on donors who helped to open the Centre for Hemodialysis.

    “Through donations we provided a total amount of EUR 16,278, thanks to the understanding and support of our donors. Thank good people from Hipotekarna Bank for helping us to create the best conditions for our patients in order to continue to be recognisable by the quality of the medical services provided. We believe that this gesture and the donation of EUR 14,000 will be a true sign to all these who are able that they can be of use to the community in which they live and work, or in the one that is bordered by their origin and the deepest emotions, as is the case with Mr. Miljadin Todorović, owner of Hipotekarna Bank. Thanks to our respected and appreciated academic painter Dimitrije Popović whose artwork will decorate and enrich the Centre, thanks to the Public Company “Water supply and Sewerage Cetinje” and to company “Đurović Company Cetinje”,” the Director of the Health Centre said, especially thanking Rifat Rastoder and engineer Rajko Radusinović who gave their contribution by making all the necessary construction and engineering projects completely free.
    Director Vušurović said the Centre for Hemodialysis will be able to provide patients from the territory of the Capital Cetinje with an additional ad higher level of health services, thus bringing the health system closer to patients.

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    “The greatest benefits of this great and significant project will certainly be felt by citizens and patients themselves who, unfortunately for years, had been forced to go to the Clinical Centre on a long-term dialysis therapy every other day, and therefore the opening of this department is the most important for them,” Director Vušurović said, expressing special gratitude to the National Coordinator for the Transplant System Marina Ratković for expert assistance and support.

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    Source: Government of Montenegro