Charitable Foundation for giving palliative care to incurable patients "Mother Teresa"
Ivano-Frankivsk Regional Clinical Centre Palliative Care
A drop of mercy is more than an ocean of mind
In other countries, incurable patients are treated with respect, trying to create conditions for the patient to be at home in comfortable conditions. 80% of all patients according to WHO would like to die at home.
In addition to a wide network of mobile palliative care services, in many countries a widespread relief service, a social holiday for family members, is widely developed. This means that a seriously ill patient can be relocated to palliative care facilities for a while so that the family has the opportunity to solve current household issues or rest.
April 13, business women Ivano-Frankivsk had the opportunity to get acquainted with the richest woman in Poland Dominikka Kulchik.
She is engaged in charitable activities, education, business and humanitarian assistance.
This is the first official visit of Dominique Kulchik to the Carpathian Mountains. The purpose of her arrival is to get acquainted with business women of the Carpathian region, to share her own successful experience, to talk about possible ways of cooperation and support of women, to talk about future projects, to unite around charity.
Outbound Сonsultative Рalliative Сare Department works:
from 8.30 h to 16.00 h.
Address: vul. Nova 19-b.
For telephone consultations and calls (+380342) 72-58-79.
Advice and assistance provided to adults and children who are at home.
Advice and assistance are provided by trained medical personnel of the Regional clinical centre of palliative care.
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