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Medical Humanitarian Programme MEDEVAC

MEDEVAC is a permanent government programme of the Czech Republic, which focuses on providing medical care and assistance for vulnerable groups of persons in the countries affected by migration or burdened by a large number of refugees. The care provided is free of charge and exclusively for civilians - persons, who are in dire of such medical care or whose condition prevents them from leading a dignified life. 

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Medical Humanitarian Programme MEDEVAC

MEDEVAC Czech is implemented through:

  1. Evacuating of patients for medical treatment to the Czech Republic  (since 1993)

  2. Deploying of Czech medical teams abroad (since 2013)

  3. Expert trainings for foreign medical staff  (since 2015)

  4. Supporting medical projects aimed at rebuilding health infrastructure (since 2016)
     

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The programme is operating since 1993 and is coordinated by the Czech Ministry of the Interior, in close cooperation with other relevant ministries, namely the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Health, Ministry of Defence and the Czech army. As of 2016, the Ministry of Trade and Industry also partakes in the programme.

The participating hospitals are: Bulovka Hospital, General University Hospital in Prague, Hradec Králové University Hospital, Military University Hospital, Motol University Hospital, Olomouc University Hospital and University Hospital Vinohrady.

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MEDEVAC Czech in numbers

  • 3726 patients operated
  • 400 persons trained - doctors and medical staff
  • 270 medical humanitarian evacuation
  • 104 medical teams deployed abroad
  • 24 countries
  • 19 medical projects supported
  • 8 participating Czech hospitals
     

Contact details:

WWW: http://medevacczech.com/

FB: medevac.czech

IG: medevac_czech

  


Department of Asylum and Migration Policy, February 5th, 2020

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