Romania's gov't approves EUR 150 mln World Bank loan for health sector reform

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Romania's government has approved a EUR 150 million loan from the World Bank it will use to finance the continuation of reforms in the national health system, the Health Ministry said, according to a report by SeeNews. 

The funds will be invested, mainly, in the execution works and the purchase of equipment for the burn-victim centers within the Grigore Alexandrescu hospital in Bucharest and the emergency hospital in Targu Mures, the ministry said in a press release last week

Also, the ministry will invest in telemedicine services and in the improvement of the screening network for cervical cancer. 

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