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ROBG - 160

DJ VR HEALTH (ROBG 160)

Coordinating and supporting the modernization of the public health services in Dolj - Vratsa

What’s the goal?                                              

To improve the cooperation capacity and efficiency of the public health players in a CBC context, in DJ-VR.

What’s the budget?

1,300,322.42 euro, out of which 1,105,274.05 ERDF

Who?

Lead beneficiary (LB): Territorial Administrative Unit Dolj County (Romania)(548,062.66 euro)

Beneficiary 2 (B 2): Municipality of Kozloduy (Bulgaria) (713,557.04 euro)

Beneficiary 3 (B 3): Clinical Emergency County Hospital Craiova (Romania) (38,702.72 euro)

Beneficiary 4 (B 4): Vratsa District Administration (Bulgaria) (0,00 euro)

When?

Start date: 21.04.2017

End date: 20.11.2019

Duration: 31 months

Where is it happening?

Craiova Town, Dolj County, Romania

Vratsa Town, Kozloduy Town, Vratsa District, Bulgaria

How?

  • Organizing 5 conferences in Dolj, Kozloduy and Vratsa;
  • Publicity materials (roll-up, banners, billboards, leaflets, sets of personalized folders + pens + notepads for project events, press articles);
  • Analysing the current situation of healthcare services in Dolj and Vratsa;
  • Improving patients access to health services in cardiovascular surgery, by endowing Beneficiary 3 - Clinical Emergency County Hospital Craiova with a complete Operation Room;
  • Increasing the quality of access to free public healthcare offered in Vratsa district by Multi-profile hospital for active medical treatment “Ivan Rilski”-Kozloduy;
  • Construction and renovation work on the “Ivan Rilski” hospital’s wards; reconstructing of walls, ceilings, floors, electrical and pipe installations and installation of an elevator;
  • Study case on cardiovascular surgery services at cross-border level in Dolj and Vratsa;
  • Setting up professionals’ networks by exchanging skills and expertise in professional teams;
  • Creating awareness upon cross-border medical assistance in Dolj & Vratsa.

Results (what’s the contribution to the Programme)?

Programme outputs:

- 8 supported cross border mechanisms to enhance cooperation capacity: 1 technical working group; 1 study on health systems & 1 study case; 1 seminar with public health players & 1 cooperation framework endorsed by participants; 1 cooperation agreement by Beneficiary 2 - Municipality of Kozloduy & Beneficiary 3 - Clinical Emergency County Hospital Craiova; 1 professionals network in 5 medical specialties and 1 internet portal for information and awareness of patients & professionals.

Programme results: increased level of co-ordination of the public institutions in the eligible area

Project status

The project was finalized on 20.11.2019. The project has a 5 months deadline to provide the final report and further on the Programme bodies shall analyse the document.

Results:

- Two launching conferences– one in Craiova and one in Vratsa;

- Trilingual project website: www.scjuc.eu;

- 1 team joint working group composed by the experts from Clinical Emergency County Hospital Craiova and Multi-profile Hospital for Active Treatment "St. Ivan Rilski", Kozloduy

- The study "Analyzing the current situation of healthcare services in Dolj and Vratsa" in RO and BG languages

- Beneficiary 2 purchased all the envisaged medical equipment necessary for Multi-profile Hospital for Active Medical Treatment “Ivan Rilski”- Kozloduy. Also,the rehabilitated works at the Multi-profile Hospital for Active Treatment "St. Ivan Rilski", Kozloduy, was completed;

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- The Lead Beneficiary purchased all the envisaged medical equipment necessary to endow one of the operational room of the Cardiology and Cardiovascular Surgery Clinic from the Clinical Emergency County Hospital Craiova. All the medical equipment was delivered and installed, the LB and B3 are taking measures for hiring specialized medical staff, in order to ensure that the operation room will become fully operational.

- 1 professional network in 5 medical specialties (Cardiology team; Obstetrics and gynecology team; Neurology team; General surgery team; Intensive care team) and 5 study visits to the Clinical Emergency County Hospital Craiova

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