The doctors, nurses, paramedics, firefighters and all categories of emergency response personnel from all over the country now can improve their skills at a new training centre located in Targu Mures – “The National Training Centre of Emergency Medical Assistance in Coordinating Accidents with Multiple Victims,” one of the most modern such facilities in Central and Eastern Europe, reads a press release. The Centre will be administered by UPU SMURD Targu Mures jointly with the ‘Horea’ Inspectorate for Emergency Situations of the Mures County and will train hundreds of specialists each year. Renovating and arranging the facility was achieved with support from the Vodafone Romania Foundation and of the SMURD Foundation, with the investment made by the Vodafone Foundation amounting to EUR 270,000. The centre has a total surface of 500 sq m and it was arranged in the former Emergency Care Building of the Targu Mures Emergency County Hospital. The total cost of constructing and equipping the new centre amounted to EUR 1,293,000.