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Porsche Finance Group Ukraine, in cooperation with the Ukrainian Red Cross Society, donated patient monitors and related accessories to the Children’s Hospital “OHMATDYT”

05/ 08/ 2019
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Porsche Finance Group Ukraine, in cooperation with the Ukrainian Red Cross Society, donated patient monitors and related accessories to the Children’s Hospital “OHMATDYT”. The equipment is intended to constant controlling the vital activity parameters of small patients of a hospital.

The National Children’s Specialized Hospital “OHMATDYT” received charity assistance of three new patient monitors. The benefactor is Porsche Finance Group Ukraine, which in partnership with the Ukrainian Red Cross Society, officially donated equipment to the Children’s Hospital. The total cost of equipment is about UAH 120,000.

Each monitor allows continuous monitoring over the basic physiological indicators of patients, such as ECG, respiratory rate, heart rate, non-invasive arterial pressure, SpO2, temperature. Together with the monitors, additional sensors and cuffs were provided to the hospital, thus monitors are universal and can be used both for newborns and elder children.

The official handing of equipment took place on July 30th, 2019 on the “OHMATDYT” territory. Event was attended by the CEO of Porsche Finance Group Ukraine Joachim Ahrer, along with the press service of the company, as well as the Ukrainian Red Cross Society represented by CEO Lilia Bilous, deputy CEO Maksym Dotsenko, coordinator of the resource mobilization sector Ihor Dvorsky and fundraiser Viktor Halkin. On behalf of “OHMATDYT” the equipment was received by the chief physician Iryna Sadovyak and deputy chief physician Yuriy Dovbnia.

Mrs. Sadovyak and Mr. Dovbnia expressed gratitude to Porsche Finance Group Ukraine on behalf of children, parents and doctors for the help that the company provides to “OHMATDYT” for the second time. Last year, within the social charity activities, Porsche Finance Group Ukraine handed to the Children’s Hospital a battery for a diesel generator that ensures functioning of the center for children with kidney failure treatment, as well as operational and intensive care units. Participants also thanked the Ukrainian Red Cross Society for the considerable efforts made to searching and providing quality technical support to the project.

“It is extremely important for Ukrainian hospitals to have the ability to provide modern and professional treatment for children of all ages. We are pleased to cooperate with the Ukrainian Red Cross Society as a reliable and transparent partner, and we can be confident in supporting those projects that really need help”, comments Joachim Ahrer.

Each year at the National Children’s Specialized Hospital “OHMATDYT” more than 18 thousand children get treatment on 620 hospital beds and about 10 thousand operations are performed. The hospital needs constant charitable support for operating the systems and departments.

About Porsche Finance Group Ukraine

Porsche Finance Group Ukraine is represented by Porsche Leasing Ukraine, Porsche Mobility and Porsche Insurance Agency. Works in Ukraine since 2008. PFG Ukraine is owned by the Austrian Porsche Bank, which belongs to the Porsche Holding (Volkswagen Concern). Porsche Holding is the largest privately owned trading company in Austria and one of the most successful automotive companies in Europe.

Porsche Finance Group Ukraine provides financial, operational leasing and crediting of Volkswagen, Audi, SEAT, Porsche and MAN vehicles for both legal entities and individuals. Also Porsche Finance Group Ukraine offers fleet management services to corporate clients and mediates in issuing the insurance policies for these car brands purchasers.

For additional information, please contact Kateryna Illarionova: Kateryna.Illarionova@porschefinance.ua

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