THE WORK OF CIVILIAN HEALTH FACILITIES TO PROVIDE MEDICAL ASSISTANCE TO SERVICEMEN DURING THE ATO/JFO, AS WELL AS TO THE DEMOBILIZED PARTICIPANTS IN THE ATO AND INTERNALLY DISPLACED PERSONS FROM THE TEMPORARILY OCCUPIED TERRITORIES

Keywords: healthcare, medical care, medical support

Abstract

The purpose of the work is to analyze and summarize the experience of civilian health care facilities in providing medical care to wounded, injured and sick servicemen during the anti-terrorist operation and the Joint Forces (ATO/JFO) operation, as well as demobilized ATO participants and internally displaced persons with temporarily occupied territories of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, Donetsk and Luhansk regions.

Materials and methods. Regulations on state defense and health care, guiding documents, information and reference publications on public health and medical care of the Armed Forces (AF) of Ukraine were used. Research methods: historical, bibliographic, systems approach, statistical, analytical, generalization.

Results. The article considers the historical and foreign experience of using civilian health care facilities to provide medical care to servicemen during wars and armed conflicts, examines the legal framework for their involvement in the system of medical and evacuation measures of medical support of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. The work of public health care institutions and clinical institutions of the National Academy of Medical Sciences of Ukraine to provide medical care to wounded, injured and sick servicemen, demobilized members of the ATO and internally displaced persons from the temporarily occupied territories, as well as factors influencing their work.

Conclusions. In the areas of ATO/JFO, on the basis of a single medical space, a territorial system of medical care for the wounded, injured and sick military personnel was formed, which functionally united the medical units of military units and formations, military medical institutions, as well as civilian healthcare institutions. Based on the experience of medical support of troops during the ATO/JFO, the mechanism and procedure for involving the civilian health care system in the provision of medical care to servicemen during wars and armed conflicts have been worked out.

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Published
2020-03-23
How to Cite
Livinskyi, V. G. (2020). THE WORK OF CIVILIAN HEALTH FACILITIES TO PROVIDE MEDICAL ASSISTANCE TO SERVICEMEN DURING THE ATO/JFO, AS WELL AS TO THE DEMOBILIZED PARTICIPANTS IN THE ATO AND INTERNALLY DISPLACED PERSONS FROM THE TEMPORARILY OCCUPIED TERRITORIES. Ukrainian Journal of Military Medicine, 1(1), 30-39. https://doi.org/10.46847/ujmm.2020.1(1)-030
Section
Organization of military health care