About 2,500 free medical services have been provided by St. Luke’s Medical and Diagnostic Center since the beginning of the war.

St. Luke’s Medical and Diagnostic Center continues to provide free services to all who need medical care. The administration of the clinic explained how the center and its staff work today, as well as how to make a doctor’s appointment or register for a medical service.

Since the beginning of the war, the medical staff of St. Luke’s Medical and Diagnostic Center has provided about 2,500 free services and another 430 as a part of the healthcare reform. 140 refugees and more than 800 local residents received medical assistance.

Among the most frequent requests are full medical checkups for children and adults, consulting pediatricians, GPs, and doctors of various medical specialties, general laboratory tests and diagnostic procedures.  

There are 42 doctors in the St. Luke’s Medical and Diagnostic Center serving those in need: cardiologists, therapists, pediatricians, radiologists, traumatologists, endocrinologists, neurologists, psychotherapists, gastroenterologists, physiotherapists, gynecologists, urologists, dermatovenereologists, mammologists, oncologists, endoscopists, ophthalmologists, otolaryngologists, functional diagnostics practitioners and clinical laboratory technicians.

It is very easy to use their aid – just call or come to make an appointment. Note that you need to have an identity document.

In addition to providing services, the clinic staff volunteers and supports others both physically and emotionally during this difficult time. Moreover, a certain part of the male team has already been mobilized to the Ukrainian Armed Forces. Workers and their families unite in prayer at work and in their homes. They pray for peace, for our army, and for all those who are in the hot spots of Ukraine now.