50 000 free medical consultations in 12 years

Aug 12, 2022

Since 2011, Ronald McDonald House Charities Latvija (RMHC Latvija) children's "Care Mobile” has reached a record number of 50 000 free medical consultations by helping children all over Latvia. In addition, RMHC Latvija ensures primary medical care to Ukraine’s civilians and has helped over 3 000 Ukrainian people in the last 5 months.  

Their mission is to secure the availability of services that directly impact the health and well-being of children in Latvia.
The annual goal of the children’s “Care Mobile” is to provide 4 500 – 4 700 timely, off-site and free of charge medical consultations for families with children closer to their homes in Latvia.

The children's Care Mobile is a specially equipped vehicle in which qualified medical specialists go on off-site visits to all regions of Latvia. It has two doctor's offices, one of which is specially equipped with all the necessary diagnostic equipment for ophthalmologist consultations and is officially registered as a medical institution in Latvia.

The children’s Care Mobile team is made up of 24 doctors from 11 different specialities: paediatric pulmonologist, otolaryngologist, paediatric neurologist ophthalmologist, physical and rehabilitation medicine specialist, speech therapy specialist, allergist, paediatric endocrinologist, paediatric gastroenterologist, dermatologist and paediatric surgeon/orthopaedic.

Contact Executive Director of RMHC Latvija/Care Mobile, Guna Caune to find out more about donation possibilities Mob: +371 2913-0658; guna@rmhc-latvia.lv.

Information/video on children’s “Care Mobile” operations is available HERE.
Information on how to support their mission is available on our website www.rmhc-latvia.lv.

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