Support the Nor Hachen Clinic
The town of Nor Hachen is located in Armenia’s Kotayk Region. Approximately 8,400 people call this community home. Nor Hachen has a fully staffed poly-clinic to serve both this and the surrounding communities medical needs. The total service area of the Clinic is almost 13,000 people.
The clinic provides both regular care for patients and also specialty departments. Many of the doctors at the center also work in Yerevan as Nor Hachen’s proximity to the city is about 30 minutes away. The facility itself is in overall satisfactory condition, however the medical center lacks some basic equipment that prevents it from successfully serving its patients.
Patients in need of an x-ray are currently forced to travel to Yerevan and pay for imaging because the x-ray machine in the town of Nor Hachen is in very poor condition and unsafe to use as it is a left-over from Soviet times.
Short Term Impact
In the short term, as funding is available, needed quality equipment including a new x-ray machine will be purchased and delivered to the medical center. This will allow the radiologist to provide x-rays and their immediate diagnosis to their patients free of charge.
Long Term Impact
In the long term, 13,000 patients will receive better health care as the Nor Hachen Clinic receives better equipment and staff is trained upon this new equipment.
All sponsors of this important project will be listed on The Paros Foundation’s website and in all press related to this project. Visits to the Nor Hachen community can be arranged for sponsors visiting Armenia.
Mr. Grigor Eddie AtoianCalabasas, CA
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Mr. & Mrs. Michael & Linda CirellaBeverly Hills, CA
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