Ukraine Mission

The 8th MedGlobal Ukraine Mission

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MedGlobal is continuing our support of Ukraine during the ongoing conflict with our 8th training mission from Aug 3-13.

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Training and Support

This August, MedGlobal is embarking on our 8th mission to provide medical aid and to help train doctors in Ukraine, our efforts during this trip will be to provide the following support – Medical specialties: Trauma surgeons, nurses with Stop the Bleed, mass casualty triage and CPR training.

On our previous mission in October 2022, a team of 7 US-based doctors trained more than 150 Ukrainian doctors, nurses, and medics on chemical weapons preparedness, the use of portable ultrasound in the management of trauma patients, and improving nursing practices in triaging and infection control.

All team members returned safely to the US, in good spirits and determined to continue their humanitarian efforts.

Dr. Tanya Bucierka, an ER physician based in Eugene, Oregon, said, “We are humbled to stand in solidarity with the healthcare workers and civilians in Ukraine during these tough times. We are learning from the dignity and the courage of our colleagues, and are determined to partner with them until the end of this crisis and beyond.”

During the mission, the team met with the Deputy Minister of Health, Elyna Mykychak, who thanked Medglobal for its support of the healthcare system in Ukraine and discussed current health priorities and areas of future collaboration.

As we return to Ukraine, MedGlobal is appealing to you for support. Every donation can go a long way to helping our team provide critical training to doctors who are treating victims of the ongoing conflict and we truly appreciate your support for the people of Ukraine.

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MedGlobal in Ukraine

Since the outbreak of war in Ukraine on February 25, 2021, MedGlobal has carried out 7 missions in Ukraine training more than 750 Ukrainian healthcare providers from 42 hospitals on mass casualties, and disaster management among other topics to improve their resiliency.

Help us continue our efforts by providing vital support for our upcoming 8th mission.

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