National Army Doctors –Summing Up 2013 Goals
Chisinau, February 13, 2014 — The medical staff of the National Army summed up today the 2013 goals, within a meeting held at Chisinau Outpatient Health Care Center from Chisinau (COHCC). The event brought together Heads of the Medical military entities.
According to the Interim Chief of the Medical Service Control Department, General Inspection Division, LTC Ecaterina Jovmir, in 2013, the medical staff of the National Army focused on fortifying servicemembers’ health, professional training, as well as technical supply of medical-military institutions.
The report presented today by Maj. Andrei Marfin shows that, last year, COHCC doctors examined about 100 thousand people, out of which 40 percent were conscripts and servicemembers and 60 percent were reserve, retired and civil personnel. The source specified that the establishment of family doctor service within COHCC would increase the number of civilians examined by the medical staff.
Col. Vladimir Trofimov, Head of Central Military Hospital (CMH) stated that, in 2013, the professional training of the medical staff represented a major goal for the institution. Thus, two doctors wrote their PhD research papers in surgery and urology. Other four health employees are currently attending professional training courses in Germany.
LTC Ecaterina Jovmir said that, this year, CMH and COHCC will be reaccredited by the National Accreditation and Assessment Health Council of the Ministry of Health. Also, the medical staff will get new experience in national and international specialized institutions.
Medical military entities of the Ministry of Defense are the following: Central Military Hospital, Chisinau Outpatient Health Care Center, Preventive Medical Center, Central Medical Expertise Commission of the Armed Forces and the medical offices of military units.