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Montenegro

ACCELERATOR IN MONTENEGRO 25. 12. 2018.   >>  14:59 0

ACCELERATOR IN MONTENEGRO

Markovic: We will ensure quality of health care according to European standards

The Government is committed to policies that should ensure that the health care of our patients is at the level of protection provided to citizens of developed European countries, said Prime Minister Dusko Markovic at the Clinical Centre of Montenegro, putting into operation a new linear accelerator worth EUR 2.6 million.

"Our goal is for citizens in Montenegro to receive protection according to the standards of modern health centres," the Prime Minister noted.

Pointing out that the new accelerator will improve the treatment of patients requiring radiotherapy, PM Markovic said he is assured that with this modern device and the existing one of 2010, the most sensitive category of patients will be provided with treatment within 30 days: "This is the level of health services that would appeal to many countries in the region and beyond."

The Prime Minister stated that waiting lists for radiation therapy are the shortest in the region, but that the fact that in Montenegro every year about three thousand people suffer from malignant diseases pushes for an even stronger action.

"That is why I take this opportunity to announce that the Government has planned to purchase another linear accelerator as early as next year. I also recall that only last year we collected about EUR 12 million for the procurement of medical equipment, of which almost seven million were allocated to the Clinical Centre," the Prime Minister underlined.

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