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16.08.2016 12:32

Medical-Social Action “No one will be left without care and attention!” began

Medical-Social Action “No one will be left without care and attention!” began The regular medical and social action under the motto “No one will be left without care and attention!” began at the initiative of the Ministry of Health of the Rebuplic of Uzbekistan.

Consistent reforms conducted in health care system of our country yield effective results in the work on protection of public health, maternity and childhood, strengthening the nation's gene pool. On the basis of the resolution of the President of our country Islam Karimov “On the State Program to further strengthen reproductive health, maternal health, child and adolescent in Uzbekistan for the period 2014-2018 years” and the State program “Year of Healthy Mother and Child” a system of provision of preventive medical assistance for population is developed.

The role of traditionally conducted action “No one will be left without care and attention!” in the realization of the objectives in such directions is increased. Over the years as part of the weeks of rehabilitation was conducted in-depth medical examination of more than 26 million citizens.

A serious preparation for the organization of regular medical and social action, which is held on the eve of the 25th anniversary of Independence of our Motherland, was conducted. Within the framework of the recently held a Month of Patronage was compiled a list of patients in need of assistance of profile specialists. For the purposes of full medical examination of the patients and population in general for the event have been attracted leading scientists, doctor of science degrees, well-known doctors of the capital of scientific and practical medical centers, research institutes, and medical institutes.

A medical examination of more than 160 patients was conducted at the family polyclinic №3 Mirabad district of Tashkent.

During the action, attention is given to full coverage peoples in need of medical care. In particular, veterans and people who can not visit a medical facility are provided with medical assistance at home.

According to the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Uzbekistan, during the week of rehabilitation for those people who need high-tech examination and treatment will be implemented another important project in the third decade of August. The "Open Day" will take place in specialized scientific and practical medical centers, research institutes, leading clinics of the capital and their affiliates. On that day, patients, who will come to medical institutions, will be provided with required medical examination free of charge.

Bahor Hidirova, photo by Yolkin Shamsiddinov, UzA
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