NV journalist Dmytro Tuzov recorded an interview with the PFVMH co-founder and leader, Gennadiy Druzenko, which was posted today. “We fighting for life in all its manifestations,” Druzenko says. “Of course, working under fire is difficult, scary, and risky. However, the PFVMH crews set their lives at stake to at least try to save those […]
- 15 May 2022
The PFVMH ambulance crew of Elena, Jennifer, and Oleksiy once again recorded a video of the wounded soldier evacuation process – now that of one wounded and during the daytime. The previous video was shot during the nighttime with three wounded warriors.
- 15 May 2022
Two nights ago, a PFVMH evacuation crew saved a heavy-wounded soldier, Mykola, on the eve of his birthday. When the medics came to the battlefield, Mykola did not breathe, his arm almost severed. On the way to the hospital, he stopped breathing a few more times, and the crew did cardiopulmonary resuscitation, pulling him back […]
- 13 May 2022
“If Putin is not stopped in Ukraine, he will go further, and no one in Europe will be safe,” medics from overseas
Yesterday, a PFVMH crew evacuated three wounded in one ambulance. One of them had an open fracture and his tourniquets had to be reapplied since he was bleeding excessively. Another needed IV but had his hand hanging off, so the medic had to climb on top of the gurney while the ambulance was speeding. And […]
- 11 May 2022
Reuters has published a story by Jorge Silva featuring the work of PFVMH at the front line in eastern Ukraine: *** The hospital in the small Ukrainian town of Bakhmut was never intended to receive queues of ambulances bringing the wounded and traumatized from the front line of Europe’s biggest battlefield. Nor did the volunteer […]
- 10 May 2022
PFVMH continues providing medical care to the wounded 24/7. Yesterday, over 20 light-wounded soldiers were evacuated to Pavlohrad. Obviously, the majority of the wounded are servicemen, and the majority of the wounds are caused by fragments. However, wounded and traumatized are not only servicemen but also civilians, even children. Three days ago, PFVMH doctors treated […]
- 08 May 2022
It is a real war over there in the east. Terrible. Brutal. Merciless. Once again, in the ruined settlements, the ambulances, and the operating rooms, our doctors see what people should not see. Yesterday, a mortar shell landed a few dozens of meters from our ambulance that was evacuating a wounded woman from Pryvillia to […]
- 06 May 2022
Yesterday, PFVMH driver/paramedic Suren suggested a simple solution thanks to which it was possible to save the lives of many Ukrainian wounded soldiers. Suren insisted that the evacuation of numerous wounded servicemen would go not as a column of ambulances but at five to ten-kilometer spaces between the vehicles. Information about the evacuation had been […]
- 05 May 2022
PFVMH continues to save the lives and health of those who defend Ukraine.
- 04 May 2022
At the request of a brigade’s medical service chief, PFVMH evacuated to Kyiv three wounded warriors in two ambulances. One of the wounded was recumbent, and the other two were able to sit. The photo and video were shot after having the ambulances tanked up in Dnipro.