“Good Health for Villages” Campaign is One Year Old: More than 5000 Patients as Beneficiaries

“Good Health for Villages” Campaign celebrates one year since launching. Coordinated by Rev Archimandrite Ciprian Gradinaru, more than 80 doctors and nurses and 100 volunteers visited localities administratively belonging to the Archdiocese of Bucharest in order to help the fellow beings who needed their help.

More than 5000 patients of all ages have been consulted by physicians specialised in internal medicine, nutrition, diabetes, cardiology – EKG, psychiatry for adults and children, paediatrics, oncology and stomatology, during the 30 editions organised so far.

“Good Health for Villages” Campaign began on 3 September 2015, with the blessing of His Beatitude Daniel, Patriarch of the Romanian Orthodox Church, as a result of the Protocol of cooperation concluded between the Romanian Patriarchate and the Ministry for Health focused on the aged persons and on those with low economic statute.

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