UNBROKEN National Rehabilitation Centre

The National Rehabilitation Centre UNBROKEN is a unique place where adults and children affected by the war receive comprehensive, qualified medical care. Since the beginning of the full-scale invasion, more than 16,000 wounded Ukrainians have been treated here, including 350 children. The Centre's areas of expertise include reconstructive surgery, orthopaedics and prosthetics. People are not only fitted with prostheses, but these devices are also manufactured here. The Centre also provides physical, psychological and psychosocial rehabilitation. All medical care is provided free of charge. The National Rehabilitation Centre UNBROKEN operates on the basis of the First Medical Association of Lviv, the largest medical institution in Ukraine, which includes two adult hospitals and one children's hospital. Our mission is to save, prosthetics and rehabilitate Ukrainians in Ukraine. The project is implemented by the First Medical Association of Lviv and the Lviv City Council with the support of the Ministry of Health of Ukraine.

UNBROKEN National Rehabilitation Centre

The National Rehabilitation Centre UNBROKEN is a unique place where adults and children affected by the war receive comprehensive, qualified medical care. Since the beginning of the full-scale invasion, more than 16,000 wounded Ukrainians have been treated here, including 350 children. The Centre's areas of expertise include reconstructive surgery, orthopaedics and prosthetics. People are not only fitted with prostheses, but these devices are also manufactured here. The Centre also provides physical, psychological and psychosocial rehabilitation. All medical care is provided free of charge. The National Rehabilitation Centre UNBROKEN operates on the basis of the First Medical Association of Lviv, the largest medical institution in Ukraine, which includes two adult hospitals and one children's hospital. Our mission is to save, prosthetics and rehabilitate Ukrainians in Ukraine. The project is implemented by the First Medical Association of Lviv and the Lviv City Council with the support of the Ministry of Health of Ukraine.

PROJECTS TO BE PRESENTED AT THE FORUM

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CONSTRUCTION OF A NEW BUILDING FOR HIGHLY SPECIALISED DIAGNOSTICS, SURGERY AND ONCO-HAEMATOLOGY «UNBROKEN KIDS» AT THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL OF ST. NICHOLAS OF THE FIRST MEDICAL UNIT OF LVIV

    Project has investment attractiveness

UNBROKEN KIDS: treatment and rehabilitation of children affected by the war - is a project designed to help children from all over Ukraine who have suffered physical and mental injuries or have complex illnesses and cannot receive treatment at their previous place of residence. The project includes the construction of a new building for a children's hospital.
UNBROKEN KIDS is a part of the UNBROKEN Centre of the First Medical Association of Lviv, which aims to treat, rehabilitate and prosthetics Ukrainians in Ukraine. It is based at the St. Nicholas Children's Hospital, a municipal medical facility that has become a real haven for children from all regions since the outbreak of full-scale war.
Children from 500 grams to adult age are treated and operated on there, and patients of paediatric, urological, otolaryngological, rehabilitation, neurological, traumatological and other specialities are treated. The neonatal centre, equipped with its own intensive care unit, provides care for newborn babies. Over the past two years, the medical facility has treated more than five hundred wounded children. These include severe mine-blast injuries, shrapnel and bullet wounds, burns and amputations. Thousands of displaced children have also turned to the hospital for various types of help. These include complex heart defects that could not be operated on at home in destroyed hospitals, oncology, epilepsy, often post-traumatic, and our neurosurgeons currently perform the largest number of brain surgeries in Ukraine - 600 per year.
All the children who came to us due to the war receive help from UNBROKEN KIDS. 150,000 internally displaced people currently live in Lviv, of whom 70,000 are children in need of medical care. As a result, the load on the hospital, which has 440 beds, has increased fivefold. Last year alone, 25,690 patients were treated, with a total of 87,582 visits over the year. The hospital's only building is currently overcrowded. In order to provide highly specialised care to all those who need it and create the best conditions for children, we need a new building, which we will build next to the existing one. The implementation of this project will help thousands of children to be saved at home, in Ukraine.

PROJECTS TO BE PRESENTED AT THE FORUM

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CONSTRUCTION OF A NEW BUILDING FOR HIGHLY SPECIALISED DIAGNOSTICS, SURGERY AND ONCO-HAEMATOLOGY «UNBROKEN KIDS» AT THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL OF ST. NICHOLAS OF THE FIRST MEDICAL UNIT OF LVIV

    Project has investment attractiveness

UNBROKEN KIDS: treatment and rehabilitation of children affected by the war - is a project designed to help children from all over Ukraine who have suffered physical and mental injuries or have complex illnesses and cannot receive treatment at their previous place of residence. The project includes the construction of a new building for a children's hospital.
UNBROKEN KIDS is a part of the UNBROKEN Centre of the First Medical Association of Lviv, which aims to treat, rehabilitate and prosthetics Ukrainians in Ukraine. It is based at the St. Nicholas Children's Hospital, a municipal medical facility that has become a real haven for children from all regions since the outbreak of full-scale war.
Children from 500 grams to adult age are treated and operated on there, and patients of paediatric, urological, otolaryngological, rehabilitation, neurological, traumatological and other specialities are treated. The neonatal centre, equipped with its own intensive care unit, provides care for newborn babies. Over the past two years, the medical facility has treated more than five hundred wounded children. These include severe mine-blast injuries, shrapnel and bullet wounds, burns and amputations. Thousands of displaced children have also turned to the hospital for various types of help. These include complex heart defects that could not be operated on at home in destroyed hospitals, oncology, epilepsy, often post-traumatic, and our neurosurgeons currently perform the largest number of brain surgeries in Ukraine - 600 per year.
All the children who came to us due to the war receive help from UNBROKEN KIDS. 150,000 internally displaced people currently live in Lviv, of whom 70,000 are children in need of medical care. As a result, the load on the hospital, which has 440 beds, has increased fivefold. Last year alone, 25,690 patients were treated, with a total of 87,582 visits over the year. The hospital's only building is currently overcrowded. In order to provide highly specialised care to all those who need it and create the best conditions for children, we need a new building, which we will build next to the existing one. The implementation of this project will help thousands of children to be saved at home, in Ukraine.

PRIORITIES OF INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION

Strategic partnerships with medical institutions around the world to improve public health

Continuous professional development of healthcare facility staff to maintain a high level of medical care

Active involvement in international research and joint research projects for the development of the medical field

Implementation of innovative approaches (diagnostics, treatment, rehabilitation, etc.) to improve the capacity of the medical structure and the quality of medical services

Raising donor funds for the development of Ukrainian medicine

PRIORITIES OF INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION

Strategic partnerships with medical institutions around the world to improve public health

Continuous professional development of healthcare facility staff to maintain a high level of medical care

Active involvement in international research and joint research projects for the development of the medical field

Implementation of innovative approaches (diagnostics, treatment, rehabilitation, etc.) to improve the capacity of the medical structure and the quality of medical services

Raising donor funds for the development of Ukrainian medicine


INVESTMENT ATTRACTIVENESS

UNBROKEN Centre is an example of successful operational management in the healthcare sector. It is a strong team with management experience that effectively solves problems and strategically plans for 5 years ahead despite the war.

    Positive reputation: the work of more than 1,000 of our doctors has been recognised at the national level. In the first 3 months of 2024 alone, media coverage totalled more than 28 million contacts in 1,342 stories.
    Accessibility and growth: Our location in a city with a population of over one million people and close to key transport hubs provides excellent access to medical care for a wide range of patients. Over the past four years, the number of patients visiting us has tripled, which indicates a high demand for medical services. The distance from the frontline and proximity to the Polish border allows foreign specialists to visit our facility and share their experience.
    Innovative potential: we are actively launching pilot projects at the national level, which are then scaled up to public and private medical institutions. This includes both new methods of surgical interventions and innovations in prosthetics and treatment.
    Sharing knowledge and experience: we cooperate with higher education institutions and exchange experience with medical institutions in Ukraine, the USA, Germany, Canada, the UK, Austria, Switzerland. This allows us to increase our scientific potential. According to the Ministry of Health of Ukraine, one third of all Ukrainian doctors who study and train abroad are specialists from our medical institution.
    We create a platform for the exchange of experience between specialists: we organise and hold dozens of national and international conferences, symposia and workshops every year.

INVESTMENT ATTRACTIVENESS

UNBROKEN Centre is an example of successful operational management in the healthcare sector. It is a strong team with management experience that effectively solves problems and strategically plans for 5 years ahead despite the war.

    Positive reputation: the work of more than 1,000 of our doctors has been recognised at the national level. In the first 3 months of 2024 alone, media coverage totalled more than 28 million contacts in 1,342 stories.
    Accessibility and growth: Our location in a city with a population of over one million people and close to key transport hubs provides excellent access to medical care for a wide range of patients. Over the past four years, the number of patients visiting us has tripled, which indicates a high demand for medical services. The distance from the frontline and proximity to the Polish border allows foreign specialists to visit our facility and share their experience.
    Innovative potential: we are actively launching pilot projects at the national level, which are then scaled up to public and private medical institutions. This includes both new methods of surgical interventions and innovations in prosthetics and treatment.
    Sharing knowledge and experience: we cooperate with higher education institutions and exchange experience with medical institutions in Ukraine, the USA, Germany, Canada, the UK, Austria, Switzerland. This allows us to increase our scientific potential. According to the Ministry of Health of Ukraine, one third of all Ukrainian doctors who study and train abroad are specialists from our medical institution.
    We create a platform for the exchange of experience between specialists: we organise and hold dozens of national and international conferences, symposia and workshops every year.

IMPLEMENTED PROJECTS

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Mental Health Centre, IT cluster

    Project cost: 150 000 $

As part of a $150,000 grant from the IT Cluster, we successfully implemented a project to create a Mental Health Centre. This innovative centre is designed to provide psychotherapeutic and psychosocial support to patients of the Unbroken rehabilitation centre and their families.
One of the key aspects of the project was the arrangement of specialised rooms for psychotherapy sessions. These rooms are designed and equipped to the latest standards, ensuring comfort and confidentiality during consultations with experienced psychotherapists.
In addition, spaces have been created for art therapy, which allows the use of creativity and expressive artistic means to overcome emotional difficulties and stress, especially for patients who have survived captivity and torture. In addition, spaces are provided for group sessions where participants can share experiences, receive support from each other and jointly develop coping strategies.

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Comprehensive support for people with disabilities project

    Project cost: 180 548 €

The aim of the project was to improve the quality of life of people with disabilities by providing opportunities for active participation in sports activities and facilitating access to targeted rehabilitation and social integration.The main areas of project implementation were:●  Creation of a rehabilitation site.● Ensure the creation of an appropriate playground designed for rehabilitation activities and training for people with disabilities.●  Formation of a basketball team.●  Creating a basketball team of patients with disabilities to promote physical development.●  Purchase of wheelchairs and special equipment.●  Purchase of wheelchairs and special equipment to ensure comfortable participation of patients in training and competitions.●  Involving experts to give lectures.●  Organising lectures and workshops to enhance the culture of communication and understanding among project participants. Experts from various fields participated in these sessions, providing valuable advice and helping to develop key skills.

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To see victory: rehabilitation of visually impaired people

    Project cost: 80 000 $

The scholarship for mine injury and vision loss survivors aims to improve the quality of life and social integration through specialised programmes and equipment. Several initiatives were implemented with the help of this grant:
●  Purchase of special equipment.
●  Involvement of specialists and experts.
●  Mentoring support, etc. This grant contributed to the creation of a comprehensive support infrastructure for people who have lost their sight as a result of mine injuries, facilitating their social integration and reintegration into society.

IMPLEMENTED PROJECTS

Heading photo

Mental Health Centre, IT cluster

    Project cost: 150 000 $

As part of a $150,000 grant from the IT Cluster, we successfully implemented a project to create a Mental Health Centre. This innovative centre is designed to provide psychotherapeutic and psychosocial support to patients of the Unbroken rehabilitation centre and their families.
One of the key aspects of the project was the arrangement of specialised rooms for psychotherapy sessions. These rooms are designed and equipped to the latest standards, ensuring comfort and confidentiality during consultations with experienced psychotherapists.
In addition, spaces have been created for art therapy, which allows the use of creativity and expressive artistic means to overcome emotional difficulties and stress, especially for patients who have survived captivity and torture. In addition, spaces are provided for group sessions where participants can share experiences, receive support from each other and jointly develop coping strategies.

Heading photo

Comprehensive support for people with disabilities project

    Project cost: 180 548 €

The aim of the project was to improve the quality of life of people with disabilities by providing opportunities for active participation in sports activities and facilitating access to targeted rehabilitation and social integration.
The main areas of project implementation were:
●  Creation of a rehabilitation site.
● Ensure the creation of an appropriate playground designed for rehabilitation activities and training for people with disabilities.
●  Formation of a basketball team.
●  Creating a basketball team of patients with disabilities to promote physical development.
●  Purchase of wheelchairs and special equipment.
●  Purchase of wheelchairs and special equipment to ensure comfortable participation of patients in training and competitions.
●  Involving experts to give lectures.
●  Organising lectures and workshops to enhance the culture of communication and understanding among project participants. Experts from various fields participated in these sessions, providing valuable advice and helping to develop key skills.

Heading photo

To see victory: rehabilitation of visually impaired people

    Project cost: 80 000 $

The scholarship for mine injury and vision loss survivors aims to improve the quality of life and social integration through specialised programmes and equipment. Several initiatives were implemented with the help of this grant:
●  Purchase of special equipment.
●  Involvement of specialists and experts.
●  Mentoring support, etc. This grant contributed to the creation of a comprehensive support infrastructure for people who have lost their sight as a result of mine injuries, facilitating their social integration and reintegration into society.

Партнери та амбасадори

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Business

KyivstarTelecommunications company

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Business

MEESTInternational postal and logistics company

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Business

DANONEInternational food production company

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Non-profit organization

Direct RelifTop-rated humanitarian charity

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Non-profit organization

GIZDevelopment agency

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Healthcare council

RED CROSSInternational humanitarian movement

Партнери та амбасадори

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Business

KyivstarTelecommunications company

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Business

MEESTInternational postal and logistics company

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Business

DANONEInternational food production company

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Non-profit organization

Direct RelifTop-rated humanitarian charity

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Non-profit organization

GIZDevelopment agency

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Healthcare council

RED CROSSInternational humanitarian movement

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UNBROKENNational Rehabilitation Centre

Oleg Samchuk

Director General of the First Medical Association of Lviv

Тел.: +380933474849 Email: au.gro.nekorbnu%40ofni25, Mazepy Str., Lvivunbroken.org.ua

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UNBROKENNational Rehabilitation Centre

Oleg Samchuk

Director General of the First Medical Association of Lviv

Тел.: +380933474849 Email: au.gro.nekorbnu%40ofni25, Mazepy Str., Lvivunbroken.org.ua