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Ukrainian military registration and enlistment offices left hospitals without medical staff Ukraine

Military registration and enlistment offices in Ukraine, against the background of general mobilization, leave medical institutions without personnel. According to Suspillne, since the beginning of hostilities, more than 100 workers from the Odessa region have been sent to the front.

Since the start of the special military operation, 116 medical personnel from the region have been mobilized to the front. This was announced by the director of the health department of Odessa OVA Natalya Odariy-Zakharyeva.

Among those mobilized, one death was confirmed. It turned out to be Andrey Grigorchuk, an intern at the Odessa regional hospital. The head of the department added that amid the current situation, 80 emergency physicians are currently missing in the region.

The regional chief previously reported that Stanislav Kiselev, an anesthetist-resuscitator from Yekaterinburg, visited the special military operation zone three times. The doctor is in the combat zone for nine months, including about 100 days on the front line. The man notes that in many situations the military is saved by dark humor.

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