Director of the Hospital to Hospital program Vira Pavliuk met with representatives of Birmingham Rotary Club Members, Michael Fleenor and Scott Colson. Head of the International Health Research and Education Program in Ukraine Tamara Korotych was also present at the meeting, the Ukraine3000 out on Wednesday reads.

The parties discussed the ways of future cooperation. In part, high emphasis was placed on the Ukraine 3000 International Charitable Fund’s Hospital to Hospital program. The Rotary members gave a high esteem to the program and expressed their content with its basic principles: openness and fair partnership.

The meeting resulted in an agreement on partnership between Birmingham Children’s Hospital (Alabama, US) and Vinnytsia Oblast Clinical Hospital, participating in the Hospital to Hospital  program. The details of cooperation between the Ukrainian and American hospitals will be discussed in the near future.

Rotary International is a worldwide organization of business and professional leaders, as well as entrepreneurs, willing to take part in global charitable actions. Rotary members strive to introduce high ethical standards into their professional activity, advancing peace and international understanding. Rotary is a global movement guided by democratic principles and open to the public. Rotary’s credo is selfless service to people and striving to make them happy. The first meeting of Rotary International took place in 1905 in Chicago. Today it is the world’s biggest charitable organization, with 1,200,000 members belonging to 28,000 clubs.

Birmingham Rotary Club Members together with the International Health Research and Education Program in Ukraine has been carrying out a training program for Ukrainian doctors in Vinnytsia for the last 5 years. Within the framework of this program our medical workers had undergone training at the Birmingham Children's Hospital.


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