Solidarity and active operations within the meaning of social responsibility are very important, and at the time of the coronavirus pandemic, they assume a particular significance. Together with the VECTOR Group, which operates on the global information and communication technologies (ICT) market, we allocated funds to purchase a ventilator which will go to the Pomeranian hospitals fighting the coronavirus. Within the next few weeks, the device will arrive at the Szpitale Pomorskie company, which manages the following facilities:
- Szpital Morski im. PCK w Gdyni (the Polish Red Cross Marine Hospital in Gdynia)
- Szpital Specjalistyczny F. Ceynowy w Wejherowie (F. Ceynowa Specialist Hospital in Wejherowo)
- Szpital Św. Wincentego A Paulo w Gdyni (Saint Vincent de Paul Hospital in Gdynia)
- Pomorskie Centrum Chorób Zakaźnych i Gruźlicy w Gdańsku (Pomeranian Centre for Infectious Diseases and Tuberculosis in Gdansk)
“The whole world is now facing a huge challenge, which is the coronavirus pandemic. The crisis situation most affects hospitals, which despite the heroic attitude of the staff, often struggle with a lack of medical equipment. Therefore, we decided to support Szpitale Pomorskie and transfer funds for the purchase of a ventilator. As a result, doctors and nurses will be able to help more patients in need”, says Małgorzata Mierzejewska-Kajut, Vice President of the Management Board of the VECTOR Group.
The VECTOR group hopes that the new medical equipment will help hospitals reduce the effects of the pandemic, and will also serve patients in the future.
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