Minister of Defence Mihai Fifor on Thursday visited the construction facilities at the “Dr. Carol Davila” University Central Military Emergency Hospital, where the first integrated centre of nuclear medicine for detecting oncological and cardiovascular conditions is to be inaugurated this year.
“The ‘Dr. Carol Davila’ University Central Military Emergency Hospital will have the first integrated centre of nuclear medicine for detecting oncological and cardiovascular conditions this year. Today we visited the centre’s facilities still in construction, we discussed with Mrs Commander General Florentina Ionita about the status of the projects of modernization and furbishing of the buildings inside the hospital, as well as about the programmes of the management team for 2018,” Fifor wrote on Facebook.
He also added that 2018 will also mean the development of operational medical capabilities.
“We are talking about 11 military hospitals, military medical centres for diagnosis and treatment, naval medicine, blood transfusion, medical recovery, the National Institute of Aeronautics and Spatial Medicine, all part of the integrated system of military medicine,” explained the Minister of Defence.