“One of the most vulnerable areas in Macedonian society is Macedonian healthcare. And I will speak very openly about the problems that are present today. For 29 years it has been the subject of experimentation and inconsistent policies, a place of failures and dissatisfied citizens, VMRO-DPMNE leader Hristijan Mickoski said at a press conference.
We are committing ourselves to a renewal, which means building a capital project to establish a national network of 4 new clinical centers that will imply new quality in Macedonian health care system. We are committing ourselves to a renewal which means establishing a truly modern emergency trauma center. Those centers are: the Mother Teresa Clinical Center, University Clinical Center “September 8”, the opening of University Clinical Hospital and the opening of University Clinical Hospital Tetovo.
With these 4 health centers, healthcare will become more accessible to citizens and save more lives.
“We are committed to renewing that will include reconstruction of hospitals in Veles, Kicevo, Strumica, Struga and Bitola. This will provide quality services and greater dignity of people with fragile health, “said Mickoski.