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If you feel you can offer help, please let us know in this thread. *Right now we are trying to understand what are the actual needs there, so please visit this page again soon for updated information*.

Please specify where are you located and what are your possibilities (eg. accepting patients from Ukraine, arranging transfer, arranging transportation of medical equipment, collecting medical equipment).


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I am a neonatologist in Wolfsburg, lower Saxony in Germany. We are a level 1 (highest level in Germany) perinatal unit and could take neonates or preterm babies from the Ukraine. All preterms except babies with congenital heart diseases who need immediate surgery or neonates who need dialysis. The number of patients we can take is dependent on the seriousness of their illness. We can offer accommodations for the mother as well. 

I am able and willing to assist with transportation. If our transport incubator and vehicle can be used is evaluated at the moment. 

Please feel free to contact us 


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I am a Neonatologist in a Children's Hospital in Athens, Greece. We offer a full range of medical and surgical care in outborn newborns. Accepting for care premature babies - sick newborns from Ukrain will need to be coordinated by our Ministry of Health. Iam sure that if there is a need this will be done with fast tract procedures that i am willing to raise. 

In any case i can  assist with transportation - work in the area 

Pls contact Angela at angelanika@doctors.net.uk  

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I am a neonatologist at Aarhus University Hospital, Central Region, Denmark.

Our region have 4 NICUs. Three with infants from GA > 28 weeks (CPAP/HNF) and one tertiary.

I am at the tertiary NICU, which handle full spectrum from GA22 (only urosurgery).

We have a well developed transport and stabilisation service with a purpose built ambulance, and an older ambulance for back-up. The Polish/Ukrainian border is approximately a 16-20 hours drive from here, but fix winged aircraft can be a possibility. Also, for unstable children we may be able to assist with transport to a nearer NICU.

Our region has a large Ukrainian community in the western parts, and we regularly treat children of Ukrainian descent.

Please contact me, if I can be of assistance.

Also, if you aware of pregnant women carrying foetuses with need treatment after birth (malformations) or at risk of preterm birth traveling towards Denmark please alert us, so we can arrange obstetric follow up.

Jesper Padkær Petersen



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