Zagreb’s Dubrava Hospital gets state-of-the-art CT scanner
- by croatiaweek
- in News
ZAGREB, April 29 (Hina) – The Jadranka d.d. company and the Cro Unum humanitarian organisation on Wednesday donated a General Electric Healthcare Revolution ACT multi-layer CT apparatus to Zagreb’s Dubrava Hospital to be used in the treatment of COVID-19 and other patients.
The state-of-the-art device was donated to the Diagnostics Clinic at Dubrava Hospital and will be used primarily in the fight against COVID-19 but also as needed otherwise.
“It is always a good time for donations, particularly considering the current epidemiological situation. Today we launched a new mammography apparatus donated to the hospital by the Jadranka d.d. company,” said Dubrava Hospital Director Srecko Marusic.
The value of the new CT apparatus is HRK 1,397,800 without VAT.
The project was initiated and coordinated by O’KEY GROUP SA CEO Miodrag Borojevic and the president of the Croatian branch of Cro Unum and member of a scientific advisory council for the fight against the coronavirus pandemic, Dragan Primorac.
The funds to make the donation possible were secured by the Jadranka d.d. company from Mali Losinj.