More than 800 people have already received medical training at the Hospitallers training center
Hospitallers continue saving lives in the war zone. Most of the paramedics are ordinary people with no medical training. But all of them have taken courses on how to provide first aid.
Qualified doctors, who are a part of the Hospitallers battalion, have also been sharing their knowledge. With the beginning of the full-scale invasion, Hospitallers started training volunteers on how to provide proper first aid and what to do to treat the wounded before transferring them to the hospital.
More than 800 people have already received medical training at the Hospitallers training center. Some stayed with the battalion, while others joined other units as paramedics. They drive to the war zone along with the military to deliver first aid to the injured.
The training center now serves as a springboard for paramedics to prepare them to deal with different conditions and injuries. Everyone who trained there can prove that they are experienced enough and know what to do and how to help a wounded person.
Saving lives is an important mission. Hospitallers don’t stop and continue training everyone who aspires to join the ranks of the paramedics.