HALYCHYNA COMPLEX REHABILITATION CENTRE

Our rehabilitation centre has two buildings, located in Khutorivka in Lviv and in Velykyi Lubin. Our centre has a multidisciplinary team that deals with rehabilitation, prosthetics, treatment and mental health. In total, the centre employs approximately 1,000 people who make every effort to restore our patients. Over the past year, in Halychyna Centre 2,880 people were rehabilitated and 1,400 patients were provided with prosthetics.

HALYCHYNA COMPLEX REHABILITATION CENTRE

Our rehabilitation centre has two buildings, located in Khutorivka in Lviv and in Velykyi Lubin. Our centre has a multidisciplinary team that deals with rehabilitation, prosthetics, treatment and mental health. In total, the centre employs approximately 1,000 people who make every effort to restore our patients. Over the past year, in Halychyna Centre 2,880 people were rehabilitated and 1,400 patients were provided with prosthetics.

PROJECTS TO BE PRESENTED AT THE FORUM

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PROJECT TO CREATE OPERATING UNITS

    Project has investment attractiveness

Operating unit has special areas for preparing patients for surgery, performing the operation itself and recovering from it. They are equipped with optimal lighting, ventilation and temperature control to ensure sterile and safe procedures. The operating unit is equipped with the necessary tools and equipment for a variety of surgical procedures, from minimally invasive to complex surgical interventions. The addition of an operating theatre to the rehabilitation centre will reduce the risk of complications that may arise during treatment. It will also give an opportunity to provide a full range of medical services for wounded soldiers, including surgery and subsequent rehabilitation. It is especially important that these procedures will be performed in appropriate conditions, which will help avoid possible complications associated with operations on the front lines.

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RECONSTRUCTION WITH THE ADDITION OF A REHABILITATION ROOM

    Total estimated cost: 1 730 942 EUR

The physical rehabilitation room is a key element of the project, designed to ensure effective and safe restoration of physical functions of amputees. The physical rehabilitation room will be located in a newly built part of the rehabilitation centre and will be equipped with the most modern devices and equipment. The space is designed to meet the needs of servicemen with amputations, including convenient access, spacious rooms and specialised areas for different types of therapy.Main areas and equipment: Cardio Training Area - equipped with modern treadmills, exercise bikes and ellipticals with vital signs monitoring.Strength Training area - includes muscle strengthening equipment, free weights and special devices for rehabilitation after amputations.Prosthesis Training Area – is a specialised area for training with prostheses, including simulators for training in walking, running and other physical exercises with prostheses.

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CREATION OF A MODERN OPERATING ROOM FOR MILITARY PERSONNEL

    Total estimated cost: 1 483 312 USD

The project "Creation of a Modern Operating Room for Military Personnel Who Have Lost Limbs" aims to expand and modernize the medical facility, providing high-quality surgical care for military personnel with amputations. The project involves the construction of a new operating room according to modern standards and technologies.Advantages of the Project:- Increase in the number of surgeries- Reduction in patient recovery time through advanced methodologiesThe project "Creation of a Modern Operating Room for Military Personnel Who Have Lost Limbs" is an important step in the development of the medical facility, aimed at improving the quality of surgical services and enhancing patient treatment outcomes.

PROJECTS TO BE PRESENTED AT THE FORUM

Illustration

PROJECT TO CREATE OPERATING UNITS

    Project has investment attractiveness

Operating unit has special areas for preparing patients for surgery, performing the operation itself and recovering from it. They are equipped with optimal lighting, ventilation and temperature control to ensure sterile and safe procedures. The operating unit is equipped with the necessary tools and equipment for a variety of surgical procedures, from minimally invasive to complex surgical interventions. The addition of an operating theatre to the rehabilitation centre will reduce the risk of complications that may arise during treatment. It will also give an opportunity to provide a full range of medical services for wounded soldiers, including surgery and subsequent rehabilitation. It is especially important that these procedures will be performed in appropriate conditions, which will help avoid possible complications associated with operations on the front lines.

Illustration

RECONSTRUCTION WITH THE ADDITION OF A REHABILITATION ROOM

    Total estimated cost: 1 730 942 EUR

The physical rehabilitation room is a key element of the project, designed to ensure effective and safe restoration of physical functions of amputees. The physical rehabilitation room will be located in a newly built part of the rehabilitation centre and will be equipped with the most modern devices and equipment. The space is designed to meet the needs of servicemen with amputations, including convenient access, spacious rooms and specialised areas for different types of therapy.Main areas and equipment: Cardio Training Area - equipped with modern treadmills, exercise bikes and ellipticals with vital signs monitoring.Strength Training area - includes muscle strengthening equipment, free weights and special devices for rehabilitation after amputations.Prosthesis Training Area – is a specialised area for training with prostheses, including simulators for training in walking, running and other physical exercises with prostheses.

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CREATION OF A MODERN OPERATING ROOM FOR MILITARY PERSONNEL

    Total estimated cost: 1 483 312 USD

The project "Creation of a Modern Operating Room for Military Personnel Who Have Lost Limbs" aims to expand and modernize the medical facility, providing high-quality surgical care for military personnel with amputations. The project involves the construction of a new operating room according to modern standards and technologies.
Advantages of the Project:
- Increase in the number of surgeries
- Reduction in patient recovery time through advanced methodologies
The project "Creation of a Modern Operating Room for Military Personnel Who Have Lost Limbs" is an important step in the development of the medical facility, aimed at improving the quality of surgical services and enhancing patient treatment outcomes.


PRIORITIES OF INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION

    Priorities for international cooperation in this area include establishing international partnerships and networks to share resources and expertise, co-financing rehabilitation projects, promoting international initiatives and conferences to discuss problems and find joint solutions, and conducting joint research and developing innovative approaches to rehabilitation.

INVESTMENT ATTRACTIVENESS

    The addition of surgical units to the rehabilitation centre will reduce the risk of complications that may arise during treatment. It will also give an opportunity to provide a full range of medical services for wounded soldiers, including surgery and subsequent rehabilitation. It is especially important that these procedures will be performed in appropriate conditions, which will help avoid possible complications associated with operations on the front lines.

PRIORITIES OF INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION

    Priorities for international cooperation in this area include establishing international partnerships and networks to share resources and expertise, co-financing rehabilitation projects, promoting international initiatives and conferences to discuss problems and find joint solutions, and conducting joint research and developing innovative approaches to rehabilitation.

INVESTMENT ATTRACTIVENESS

    The addition of surgical units to the rehabilitation centre will reduce the risk of complications that may arise during treatment. It will also give an opportunity to provide a full range of medical services for wounded soldiers, including surgery and subsequent rehabilitation. It is especially important that these procedures will be performed in appropriate conditions, which will help avoid possible complications associated with operations on the front lines.

IMPLEMENTED PROJECTS

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Construction of a rehabilitation complex for 400 people

Project partner: Ministry of Social Policy.
Project objective:
Increase the area of the centre to expand the scope of rehabilitation services for servicemen with amputations and back injuries.
What has been done:
A project was developed, an estimate was made and submitted for approval.

IMPLEMENTED PROJECTS

Heading photo

Construction of a rehabilitation complex for 400 people

Project partner: Ministry of Social Policy.
Project objective:
Increase the area of the centre to expand the scope of rehabilitation services for servicemen with amputations and back injuries.
What has been done:
A project was developed, an estimate was made and submitted for approval.

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HALYCHYNA COMPLEX REHABILITATION CENTER

Kryvko Danylo

Medical Director

Tel.: (032) 221-59-08; (032) 222-09-44 Email: moc.liamg%40ofnilbaerwww.reabl.lviv.ua

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HALYCHYNA COMPLEX REHABILITATION CENTER

Kryvko Danylo

Medical Director

Tel.: (032) 221-59-08; (032) 222-09-44 Email: moc.liamg%40ofnilbaerwww.reabl.lviv.ua