The biopharmaceutical company Petrovax assisted the Podolsk City Clinical Hospital to equip new hospital unit built to fight against coronavirus by donating modern IT equipment for the workplaces of 20 medical personnel, in particular computers, printers, IP phones, etc.
On October 30, the hospital's Chief Physician, Vardan Gevorkyan, and the Director of the Pharmaceutical Production of Petrovax, Sergey Kerentsev, met in the main building of the hospital to transfer the donated equipment. The event was also attended by the Deputy Head of Podolsk City Administration, Alexander Skobennikov.
“It is not the first time we are helping doctors during the pandemic. The company aims to fight coronavirus at both Russian and international levels. It is extremely important for us to not stand aside and instead provide support to those who are in dire need of it”.
Sergei Kerentsev, Director of the Pharmaceutical Production at Petrovax
In addition to the equipment, Petrovax also donated Polyoxidonium®
to the Podolsk City Clinical Hospital for doctors working in the "red zone".
The unique Russian Polyoxidonium®
medicine has been successfully used for years in the prevention and treatment of viral infections. In July 2020, it successfully passed the first stage of the international clinical trials
in terms of efficacy and safety in the treatment of COVID-19. As a result of the trials, independent review committee confirmed that Polyoxidonium®
has a high safety profile in the treatment of COVID-19 patients.
The Petrovax production facility in Podolsk produces original vaccines and medicines, including the Polyoxidonium®
Plus vaccines for the prevention of influenza and Prevenar®
13 pneumococcal infections. Participation in the region's charity programs is an integral part of the company's operations.
Participation in the region's charity programs is an integral part of the company's operations. In 2020, as part of a social initiative, Petrovax donated more than 20 thousand packages of Polyoxidonium®
to 30 medical centers across the country. The doctors have already appreciated
the positive effect of the medicine.
“Even though hospitals in Moscow and surrounding regions are receiving substantial support to fight the coronavirus pandemic, we are also very grateful to receive help from an enterprise located on the territory of our urban district”.
The Hospital's Chief Physician Vardan Gevorkyan