Al Jazeera English
Russian attacks on Ukraine’s energy grid have left millions in the dark and shivering in sub-zero temperatures. Hospitals are struggling to cope as civilian power systems continue to be attacked. Al Jazeera’s Rory Challands reports from Kyiv, Ukraine.
The Wall Street Journal
KYIV, Ukraine—Doctors were operating on Ksenia Maikan’s 14-year-old son at a hospital in the capital last week when she heard two explosions and saw the lights in the surgery room go out…
11 June 2015
Medical tourism news
The Kiev Heart Center, a leading cardiology hospital in Kiev has achieved QHA Trent accreditation.
22 March – 28 March №10 (2013)
Jared Morgan What’s on
The sound of a heart pumping blood is literally visceral, a constant, rhythmic “squelch”. We’re witnessing open-heart surgery, known as the most-invasive medical procedure a person can endure, in a state-of-the-art hospital in a city, in a country not commonly associated with quality health-care.