2 new administrative buildings of the Emergency Situations Coordination and Urgent Assistance Center have been opened in Imereti region
2 new administrative buildings of the Emergency Situations Coordination and Urgent Assistance Center have been opened in Imereti region. From today, the emergency medical staff of Terjola and Tskaltubo will continue working in the new working environment.
Avtandil Talakvadze, Director of the Emergency Situations Coordination and Urgent Assistance Center, together with Zviad Shalamberidze, State Representative in Imereti, personally inspected the district buildings, which are build accordance with international standards.
"It is very important for our citizens to make medical services even more accessible for them. Therefore, we have built three new ambulance buildings, today we have opened in Terjola and Tskaltubo, and tomorrow we will open in Van. You know, that last year we renovated several dozen outpatient centers in the villages, rural doctors are being trained and we will continue this process,”- said Zviad Shalamberidze.
According to Avtandil Talakvadze, it is very important for the medical staff to have decent working conditions.
"We have opened new ambulance buildings in Tskaltubo and Tejoli municipalities. This service has never had its own building. It is important for us that our staff has decent working conditions. Also tomorrow we are going to open Vani Ambulance Center, this process will continue in different regions. We have opened many buildings last year as well, and we will continue to do so, and all emergency services across the country will have a new building, which is important and will improve the quality of emergency care, ”said Avtandil Talakvadze.
The project for the provision of administrative buildings for the Emergency Situations Coordination and Urgent Assistance Center is being implemented by the Ministry of Regional Development and Infrastructure together with local self-government bodies. The project aims to improve emergency medical care in the country. The project of the Emergency Situations Coordination and Urgent Assistance Center in Terjola was funded with 233 thousand GEL from the Fund for Projects to be implemented in the Regions, co-financed by the local budget. As for Tskaltubo, the project was implemented in cooperation with the Ministry of Regional Development and Infrastructure and the local self-government body and was funded with 262 452 GEL from the Regional Development Fund.