The Supermedical team continues the series of the social responsibility actions through which we offer free consultations and medical assistance in various disadvantaged communities.

Last weekend, accompanied by volunteers and doctors, we went to one of the most isolated settlements in Romania, the village of Ineleț on the Cerna Valley.

To get there it was necessary to climb wooden stairs supported on the rock and to walk for two hours, with over 500 meters of level difference, on each direction.

Medical equipment and instruments – portable ultrasound systems, ECG, consumables, etc. – and the rest of the equipment without which we could not have consulted – voltage stabilizer, UPS, cables – were carried in backpacks, in the back.

An news team from Observator, Antena 1 accompanied us on this whole route and they reported about the action.

Medici în misiune în cătunul de la capătul lumii

Imaginaţi-vă că trăiţi într-un loc fără drumuri, fără magazine, fără medici de la care să cereţi ajutor. Unde nu e nici măcar un preot care să vă aline sufletul. Pentru cei care trăiesc în cătune izolate, uitate de lume şi de Dumnezeu, aşa arată realitatea în fiecare zi. O echipă de medici şi tineri voluntari au mers la Ineleţ, un sat în care ajungi cu greu, după ce urci scări de lemn pe stânci.

Publicată de Observator pe Duminică, 4 iulie 2021

Approximately 40 inhabitants from the hamlets of Ineleț, Scărisoara, Cracu Mare, Țațu, Cracu Teilor and Smogotin benefited from ultrasounds, electrocardiograms, consultations and other investigations of internal medicine, cardiology and diabetes.

 

Along with us were the doctors from the Medisof Clinic, our already traditional partners in these actions, the cardiologist Alexandru Covaciu and the agency Viziteaza Baile Herculane, which supported us touristically and logistically.