Libyans to be treated in St. Hedwig Hospital, Poland

The public St. Hedwig Hospital in Trzebnica, Poland has signed an agreement with the government of Libya for the treatment of nationals of this country.

Libya lacks specialized hospitals and there is a large demand for specialized operations of hands, resulting from genetic defects and shootings.  St. Hedwig Hospital is the leading clinic in Poland in advanced surgery operations of hands.

Libyan government pays for operations. Hospital earns more than from the NHF for the same treatments, but for Libyans its services are cheaper than in Germany or Austria, where citizens of this country had been treated previously.

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