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American Experience for National Army Doctors

Chisinau, June 11, 2014 — A team of military doctors of the North Carolina National Guard (NCNG), USA, trains the medical staff of the National Army within the seminar “US health care cervice at the pre-clinical stage”, conducted within June 9-13, 2014, at “Alexandru cel Bun” Armed Forces Military Academy.

According to Head of Medical Section of the National Army, Maj. Doctor Sergiu Cirlan, the goal of the event attended by students of the College of Medicine, Nursing Association and Ministry of Health representatives, is to familiarize the medical experts from Republic of Moldova with the American skills of providing medical care, as well as exchange experience with the Moldovan colleagues.

The quoted source specified that the American doctors, Col. Timothy V. Mauldin and Capt. Kent Carrington, train the 25 officers on the organization of the US health care system and the first-aid procedures before the patient is hospitalized. The US experts also conduct practical sessions for the military doctors on the subject “Brigade medical care in multinational peacekeeping operations”.

Deputy Chief of US Mission to Chisinau, Kara McDonald, attended one of the sessions and stated that the event is part of the series of actions carried out within the Partnership for Peace (PfP) program between North Carolina and Republic of Moldova, that shows the role of nurses in improving the quality of medical care in the Moldovan specialized institutions.

The cooperation between North Carolina National Guard (NCNG) and the National Army of Republic of Moldova started in 1996.

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