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    • 15 November 2022
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    Free people of PFVMH

    Volunteers are free people by definition. Descendants of the glorious Cossacks, who considered the risk and dangers of the steppe life an acceptable price for freedom. The Pirogov First Volunteer Mobile Hospital is a community of free people, a modern steppe brotherhood united by the love for freedom and Ukraine. Serhiy Lytvynchuk, the chronicler of […]

    • 09 November 2022
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    PFVMH “fills up the army’s medical gap”

    Volunteers of the Pirogov First VolunteerMobile Hospital are mainly people with a medical educational background, such as a college or a university, although there are also paramedics, that is, those who have undergone training in premedical care, the PFVMH co-founder and leader, Gennady Druzenko said in an interview with Kolo.News. Over 800 medical volunteers who […]

    • 04 November 2022
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    A day in the war – PFVMH Zhytomyr

    Just a day in the war… The road, which has already become almost eternal, endless; the autumn gray streak of light rain is replaced by a clear morning sky almost in line with the map of our country’s regions. The first autumn of the war, the 253rd day of resistance, the road home… The Kharkiv […]

    • 03 November 2022
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    Why do volunteers go to war?

    Maryna “Morzyanka” came to the Pirogov First Volunteer Mobile Hospital a long time ago. Back in the days of ATO. She came and then returned again and again. She returned to save the lives of our defenders. It is not surprising that when the full-scale war began, she again returned to the family of volunteer […]

    • 23 October 2022
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    Medevac. Bakhmut. Looking from the ambulance

    Probably, Bakhmut is one of the hottest spots on the entire Russian-Ukrainian front. Dozens of our wounded defenders pass through our stabilization point in this half-destroyed city every day. PFVMH has been working on this axis since May. The brigades and battalions that hold the Bakhmut Front are rotating, while we are staying. Every day, […]

    • 16 October 2022
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    PFVMH in Hrushivka

    Serhiy Lytvynchuk, a member of the Pirogov First Volunteer Mobile Hospital team, filmed the third video about PFVMH participation in the operation to liberate Kharkiv Oblast. This time, the events are evolved in Hrushivka, a village near Kupyansk. The video includes touching footage of the raising of the Ukrainian flag, the tragic consequences of a Russian […]

    • 04 October 2022
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    Yaroslav Borysenko, a doctor from Sumy Oblast, speaks about peacetime and wartime emergency care

    From the first days of Russia’s full-scale offensive, doctor Yaroslav Borysenko provided care in occupied Boromli and later in Bakhmut. In August, he was part of PFVMH. “We went to Bakhmut, picked up the wounded and transported them,” says Yaroslav. “The front line was several kilometers away, the city was under fire. Of course, it’s […]

    • 29 September 2022
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    Liberating Balakleya. The beginning

    An offensive is something you have to pay for. And pay dearly. Preparing for the offensive on the Kharkiv axis were both defenders of Ukraine and medics – those who saved the lives of our soldiers. The PFVMH team started preparing a stabilization point the night before the offensive. And then it began… How did […]

    • 26 September 2022
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    PFVMH medics from Canada and the U.K. save lives in a Ukrainian village – The Guardian

    Elena Bulakhtina, a PFVMH volunteer doctor from Canada, was on the way back to her medical clinic when a cluster bomb screamed across the sky, according to a story published yesterday in The Guardian. There was a bang, then two seconds later a series of detonations, as deadly shrapnel whizzed through the air. Bulakhtina flung […]

    • 18 September 2022
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    PFVMH “has gone to Husarivka.” Good luck, whatever that means!

    A few days ago, a Pirogov First Volunteer Mobile Hospital team entered the just-liberated village of Nova Husarivka in Kharkiv Oblast to set up a stabilization point in the local high school. “There, we were met by the russian world ‘in all its glory.’” says Tavel, a member of the PFVMH stabilization & evacuation team, […]

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