PFVMH receives Lanos as gift on Saint Nicholas’ Day
On Saint Nicholas’ Day, the Pirogov First Volunteer Mobile Hospital received a gift – ZAZ Lanos Cargo pickup. The gift, intended for the PFVMH’s medevac, was “handed” on behalf of the Impreza Poliservice (IPS) company by initiators of the action and partners Oleksiy Zaika and Ihor Sechkov.
- 27 December 2016
First-aid/warming station launched under EC project at Novotroitske Checkpoint
A first-aid station with a warming tent has been launched on Dec. 27 for citizens crossing the delimitation line through the Novotroitske Checkpoint in Donetsk Oblast. The facility was set up under a project funded by the European Commission’s Directorate-General for European Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations (ECHO).
- 22 December 2016
PFVMH medics here are worth their weight in gold” – Officers’ feedback on work of PFVMH medevac teams
The 30th Guards Mechanized Brigade commander and other officers of the brigade share their views of work done by medics of the Pirogov First Volunteer Mobile Hospital’s evacuation teams and explain why their presence in the brigade is important. Read the whole story in Ukrainian on our site.
- 20 December 2016
Icons on ammo boxes exposed in Kyiv’s cathedral
A charitable exposition of icons, pained by Kyivan artists Oleksandr Klymenko and Sofia Atlantova on fragments of ammo boxes brought from the areas of Anti-Terrorist Operation, was opened in the Transfiguration Cathedral in the Kyiv’s neighborhood of Teremky.
- 16 December 2016
About 80 people have already been aided by PFVMH medics at Maryinka Checkpoint
As of Friday, about 80 people of those crossing the delimitation line between the Ukrainian government-controlled and noncontrolled territories from both sides used services of the first-aid station opened on Tuesday near the Maryinka Checkpoint, medics who run the facility reported.
- 15 December 2016
30th GMBr Commander decorates two more PFVMH medics
For saved lives of Ukraine’s defenders, The First Volunteer Mobile Hospital evacuation teams’ members doctor Iryna Chekan and paramedic Victoria Zubkova have been awarded commemorative badges of the 30th Guards Mechanized Brigade commander. Chekan received her award personally on Dec. 12, the Day of Land Forces of Ukraine, whereas the badge of Zubkova will be […]
- 06 December 2016
PFVMH medics awarded for saved lives of Ukraine’s defenders
On Dec. 6, the Day of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, the commander of the 30th Guards Mechanized Brigade handed commemorative badges to three medics of the Pirogov First Volunteer Mobile Hospital. According to Oleksandr Hahayev, PFVMH Vice President in charge of liaison with the Armed Forces of Ukraine and law enforcement agencies, who leads […]
- 02 December 2016
Forgotten war: we’ll either win it together with the west or lose it together – PFVMH President Druzenko
What is happening in Eastern Ukraine is not only a war between Ukraine and Russia with pro-Russian separatists but a war for the basic values on which the Western civilization is founded, the president of the Pirogov First Volunteer Mobile Hospital said. Gennadiy Druzenko made this statement in a conversation with John Edward Herbst, Director […]
- 29 November 2016
Partnership for the Sake of Life: Ukrainian Agribusiness Leaders Have Once Again Supported Good Cause of PFVMH
The charity event “Two Years Together: 20 Rotations, 220 Volunteer Medics and 10,000 Patients in the ATO Zone,” held in the National Museum of Taras Shevchenko in Kyiv on Nov. 25, 2016, was dedicated to the second anniversary of partnership between the Pirogov First Volunteer Mobile Hospital (PFVMH) and Andriy Hordiychuk, founder of the Agrarian […]
- 25 November 2016
PFVMH team is bringing wounded soldier to Kyiv
Right now medics of the Pirogov First Volunteer Mobile Hospital (PFVMH) are transporting a wounded defender of Ukraine to the Neurosurgery Institute in Kyiv, PFVMH Commander Oleh reported by phone. He said the volunteer hospital’s ambulance “Stryianka” has just got out of a traffic jam resulting from an accident after Poltava. PFVMH anesthesiologist Volodymyr Khvalkovsky […]