The Neonatal Clinic with Stoyan Kirkovich General Hospital in Stara Zagora received a new specialaized medical apparatus as a gift on occasion of 8th January – Midwife’s Day and the professional holiday of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. The donation amounting to BGN 15,442 includes a neonatal intensive care incubator and a water distiller and is part of “Energy for Life” social investment program of ContourGlobal Maritsa East 3. The new Isolette C2000 incubator will make it possible for doctors to control temperature, oxygen and humidity levels at the same time in order to provide the required environment for development of preterm infants in their care. The water distiller is needed to provide water with specific properties to use in the specialized apparatus at the Clinic.
“We are thankful for your helping hand! For us any help is precious, because we fight for human lives every day and in this fight having the appropriate equipment is vital”, said the Head of the Clinic, Dr. Mumdzhiev, Assoc. Prof.
“We find it extremely important to support such projects and it will be a pleasure to continue our work in the future, because children are our future and their health is of utmost importance” – commented Alessandro Moretto, Plant Director of ContourGlobal Maritsa East 3 TPP who officially handed over the donation wishing the team to keep the good work in taking care of their little patients with the same dedication.
The Neonatal Clinic with Stoyan Kirkovich General Hospital in Stara Zagora is one of the eight Class Three Neonatal Clinics in Bulgaria and has been recognized as a main neonatal treatment and diagnostic consultation center in Southeast Bulgaria. The scope of work of the Clinic (treatment, diagnostic consultation and training and methodology, etc.) covers the districts of Stara Zagora, Yambol and Sliven with a total of 734,000 residents and some 5,000 newborns a year) and partly Burgas. On an annual basis the intensive care unit of Neonatal Clinic admits more than 400 sick newborn babies and preterm infants, some 80 of whom come from maternity wards in the above districts.