The European Commission has approved a EUR 47 million financing under the European Regional Development Fund for the construction and equipment of an emergency hospital in Cluj-Napoca, Romania, for the citizens of the North-West region of the country.
The project covers a hospital with almost 850 beds, with high-tech equipment, to ensure a better quality of emergency care and access to life-saving medical services.
The hospital will provide secondary and tertiary care, basic medical care, and basic services such as general surgery and internal medicine.
The hospital will be part of a network of regional emergency hospitals, which will improve Romania's health system and ensure a multidisciplinary approach in dealing with complex cases.
Moreover, this project will increase access to healthcare for people living in rural or disadvantaged areas.
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The modular hospital for coronavirus patients built by Dăruiește Viață NGO in Bucharest is ready.