Since the 7th of March we were able to restore our normal work in Hospice and be prepared for accepting refugees.
We increased our beds availability to 40 beds (+10 extra beds). We managed to preserve our medical staff to be able to provide proper Palliative care to all our patients. Our Charity Fund of St.Panteleimon contacted our partner hospices abroad for help and started organizing humanitarian aid for Hospices.
The situation seemed critical after first missile strike on the Airport of Ivano-Frankivsk, but as the week passed we are ready to provide help and support for our patients and refugees from the Eastern parts of Ukraine.