A multidisciplinary center for the rehabilitation of the wounded will be created in Kyiv


The first deputy head of the KMDA spoke about the capital’s involvement in the experience of an advanced Israeli clinic to help wounded soldiers.

Mykola Povoroznyk published a photo next to Adam Badir, one of the leading rehabilitators of the Israeli clinic “Assuta”. His rehabilitation center projects have already been implemented in Israel, UAE, Kazakhstan and other countries.

Mykola Povoroznyk and Adam Badir with the project of the future rehabilitation center for wounded soldiers. Photo: Mykola Povoroznyk/Facebook

“He came to Kyiv to provide recommendations on the creation of a multidisciplinary rehabilitation center for wounded soldiers. His advice will relate not only to direct work with patients, but also to arranging the space of the institution in such a way that rehabilitation takes place in the most comfortable and, most importantly, effective conditions. We are talking about the appropriate arrangement of the chambers and offices where the rehabilitation process will take place,” the first deputy head of the KMDA explained in detail.

Soldiers will be rehabilitated in Kyiv according to international standards. Photo: Mykola Povoroznyk/Facebook

Adam Badir visited one of the capital’s medical institutions in order to start work on the project with the involvement of medical engineers and designers in the near future.

“The project will be as economical as possible and adapted to international standards of rehabilitation,” added Mr. Povoroznyk.

He believes that by implementing this project, it will be possible to optimize the process of rehabilitation of patients after various types of injuries.


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