From today, Vani Emergency service staff will continue to work in the new work environment
From today, Vani Emergency service staff will continue to work in the new work environment. Avtandil Talakvadze, Director of the Emergency Situations Coordination and Urgent Assistance Center, inspected the administrative building together with the State Representative in Imereti Zviad Shalamberidze. The center, which meets international standards, is designed with full medical care in mind and is fully equipped with both household and computer equipment. All the work and leisure conditions are created for the staff on the spot.
Until now, Vani emergency medical service was housed in an old building where there were no decent jobs and resting conditions for employees. The Ministry of Regional Development and Infrastructure is implementing the project of providing administrative buildings for the Emergency Situations Coordination and Urgent Assistance Center together with the local self-government bodies. The project was funded with 130 000 GEL from the Fund of the Ministry of Regional Development. New emergency medical facilities in Tskaltubo and Terjola were also opened in Imereti region on May 10.