The activity of military medical structures targeted by the Ministry of Defense
Chisinau, February 6th 2013 — “The quality of medical services provided to the conscripts, servicemen and civilian employees must become a decisive factor in 2013.” The statement was made by the Minister of Defense Vitalie Marinuta in a meeting with the leadership of military medical institution, with decision makers from Central Military Clinical Hospital (CMCH) Consultative Diagnostic Centre (CDA) of the Ministry of Defense.
“Although the Commission that studies the issue of statutory rules violation gave a positive assessment to the medical services quality, the modernization of the military medical units remains the area that requires special attention. That is why the endowment with machinery, buildings repair, personnel selection and qualitative medical services are priorities for the National Army”, Minister Vitalie Marinuta said. In this context, the Minister of Defense mentioned another important objective, which is to be implemented starting with September 1st 2013 — the initiation of family doctors service within the CDA.
Several aspects of this project were discussed at today’s meeting, and the first step was the personnel approval. Family doctors Service within CDA will provide medical healthcare to military retirees, family members of military and other employees based on medical insurance.
The military medical structures of the Ministry of Defense are constituted by Central Military Clinical Hospital, Consultative Diagnostic Centre, Preventive Medicine Center, Central Committee of the Medical Expertise of Armed Forces and military units’ dispensaries.