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Super offer from ADONIS

Difficult times require unity. Unity when we are overcoming an illness or taking care of ourselves, maintaining our health. Unity to live and work in a country at war. Unity to survive despite financial and economic challenges.

Unity has always been our code – together we are strong. We are one family.

Together we become stronger and can do more. We invite everyone to join the exclusive program for Ukrainians “ADONIS Family”.

For a member of the “ADONIS Family”, the annual service program costs 3,500 UAH (instead of 5,900) + access to super prices for other services (discounts up to 25%).
Terms of the special offer:
– You can buy an annual maintenance package until 31.03.24 (the number of offers is limited).
– By paying a one-time fee of UAH 3,500, you get annual maintenance services worth UAH 5,900 (saving UAH 2,400) + access to the minimum prices for other services on the price list.
– The ADONIS Family super offer is available at all our branches.
– Citizens aged 18 years and older can use the program individually. Only one person from a family can use one program.
– Additional discounts (for military personnel, pensioners, etc.) do not apply to the annual program and are not summarized.

View the price list

In the future, within a year from the date of conclusion of the contract, the patient can be served at the super price in the attachment, where prices are 5-25% lower depending on the service.

Examples of discounts for services under the program:

– Medical consultations – 25%;
– Ultrasound, CT, endoscopy – 15%;
– MRI – 8%;
– General blood tests, urine tests, biochemical blood tests, blood glucose – 20%;
– Inpatient surgery – up to 10-15%;
– Massages – up to 15%;
– Physiotherapy and rehabilitation – 10%;
– Dental services (therapy, surgery, hygiene procedures) – 15%;
– Dentistry (implantation, prosthetics, orthopedics) – 8%.

The price list (special prices of the Family) may be changed 2 times a year in accordance with the terms of the contract.

Emergency care without extra charge for transportation costs is available within Kyiv, Vyshneve, Sofiyivska Borshchahivka, Petropavlivska Borshchahivka, Irpin, Bucha.

To call an ambulance, please call
0 800 707 707

How to take advantage of the special offer?

You can conclude a service agreement under the “ADONIS Family” super offer at the reception desk of any ADONIS outlet.

Contact center number

0 800 707 707

When making an appointment, please inform us that you want to take advantage of this special offer.

Taking care of your health, the team of ADONIS clinics!

The club card is activated 48 hours after purchase

ADONIS is a network of private medical centers for adults and children. ADONIS private clinic was founded more than 20 years ago.

Its network includes 12 branches in Kyiv and the region, including two own maternity hospitals and a stem cell laboratory.

In the clinic’s branches, doctors provide services in 66 medical areas.

During the war, the branches with surgical units continue to help patients by providing high-quality medical care to military and civilians.

Ruslan Sorochinsky and Anastasia Kostiukova win Ukrainian Squash Cup 2023

On November 18-19, the national squash competition “Ukrainian Squash Cup 2023” took place on the courts of the capital’s Sport Life fitness club in Teremky.

Representatives from Kharkiv, Dnipro, Poltava, Odesa, Kherson, and Lviv came to Kyiv. In total, more than 130 athletes took part in the competition, which is an absolute record for the number of players among national squash tournaments held under the auspices of the Ukrainian Squash Federation. The tournament was attended by 16 women, 74 men and 42 juniors.

Anastasia Kostiukova and Ruslan Sorochinsky became the champions in the adult categories, defeating Anastasia Krykun and Nikita Panov in the final matches.

List of winners of the Ukrainian Squash Cup 2023 tournament:
Children under 9 years old:
1st place Tomenchuk David
2nd place Kostiukov Artem
3rd place Zakharchenko Danylo
Girls under 11 years old:
1st place Orlenko Alexandra
2nd place Krasnokutska Daria
3rd place Lysenko Polina
Boys under 11 years old:
1st place Hutsaylyuk Andriy
2nd place Schneider Artem
3rd place Matyukhov Yegor
Girls under 13 years old:
1st place Syvoplias Victoria
2nd place Daria Gerya
3rd place Kukushkina Maria
Boys under 13 years old
1st place Doroshenko Gleb
2nd place Tomenchuk Mykyta
3rd place Tymoshchuk Ivan
Boys under 15 years old:
1 place Shcherbakov Yegor
2nd place Roman Shkarupylo
3rd place Klymenko Mykyta
1st place Kostyukova Anastasia
2nd place Krykun Anastasia
3rd place Vlasenko Daria
1st place Sorochinsky Ruslan
2nd place Panov Nikita
3rd place Petrovych Ruslan

The honorary guests of the Ukrainian Squash Cup were acting Minister of Youth and Sports of Ukraine Matviy Bidnyi, world judo champion, chairman of the NOC of Ukraine’s athletes commission Georgiy Zantaraya, two-time Olympic champion in canoeing Yuriy Cheban, two-time NBA champion with the Los Angeles Lakers Stanislav Medvedenko.

The main organizer of the tournament is the NGO Squash Federation of Ukraine, the main fitness partner of the event is the Sport Life fitness club network, and the main media partner of the tournament is Interfax-Ukraine, Experts club analytical center, prize partners – REIMA, TECNIFIBRE and EYE, medical partner of the tournament – ADONIS clinic network, tournament water – KRAINA, tournament hotel – FAVOR, awarding partner – SHEF restaurant. Thermopab and Lukashuk Dental Clinic were also partners of the tournament.

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ADONIS Medical Group has become member of ONOVA project to restore Ukraine

ADONIS Medical Group has become a member of the ONOVA Ukraine Recovery Project.
According to the medical group, the joint project of ONOVA and the ADONIS Medical Group provides, in particular, for the restoration of the ADONIS maternity hospital in Buzova (Kyiv region), which was seriously damaged by an aggressor missile on February 28, 2022.

The Adonis network has eight branches in Kyiv and the region, providing services in more than 65 medical areas. During the war, the branches with surgical units continue to help patients by providing quality medical care to military and civilians.
The ONOVA League of Renewal of Ukraine is a platform for uniting and interacting with representatives of various fields of activity to restore and renew Ukraine.

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Experts Club conducted a training session for teachers on pre-medical care for children

With the start of the new school year, new rules came into force in Ukraine, providing for different training regimes depending on the level of security in different regions. These measures were introduced in response to the high level of danger.

Taking into account the current situation and the importance of ensuring the safety of pupils and students, the Experts Club training and analysis center in Kyiv organized a training seminar on pre-medical assistance for teachers. The training, which took place on September 29 in Kyiv, was designed to provide teachers with the necessary skills to provide first aid in case of wounds and injuries.

The seminar was organized by the Experts Club think tank and medical partner Adonis. The seminar was also supported by the charity organization Hromada Priirpeniya Foundation and information support from Interfax-Ukraine news agency and Open4business portal.

The main presenter of the training was Maryana Bolyuk, an anesthesiologist and representative of the Adonis group of medical centers. Maryana is a co-author of 12 scientific publications and has rich experience in the field of medicine.

During the seminar, teachers and educators received not only theoretical knowledge, but also practical skills necessary to provide first aid to children in various situations. Among the main topics covered were:

1. Basics of pre-medical care: The workshop participants learned the basic principles and steps to follow when providing first aid, including assessing the situation, ensuring safety, calling for emergency medical assistance and providing emergency interventions.

2. Treating different types of wounds and injuries: Trainers learned how to properly treat wounds, stop bleeding, fix fractures, and treat bruises and sprains.

3. Pre-medical care for children: Teachers gained specialized knowledge on first aid for children, taking into account their body characteristics and emotional reactions.

4. Practical exercises: Practical exercises were an important part of the workshop, including modeling different situations and practicing first aid skills.

Training teachers and educators in first aid for children with injuries and trauma is an important initiative to promote safety in educational institutions. Experts Club and Adonis will continue to support such educational initiatives to ensure the highest level of safety in educational institutions of Ukraine.

Maksym Urakin, founder of Experts Club, emphasized that teachers play a key role in children’s lives and knowledge of pre-medical care skills is a part of education that can save lives.

“Such workshops help teachers not only feel more confident in emergency situations, but also provide them with the opportunity to teach their students the basics of first aid, which is also an important skill for everyone,” Urakin noted.

The training was attended by university professors and school teachers from Kyiv and the Bucha district of Kyiv region.
Oleksandr Golizdra, Chairman of the Committee on Information Policy and Relations with Local Authorities of the Public Council at the Bucha District State Administration, asked the participants to pass on the knowledge and skills gained to their colleagues in educational institutions.

According to Tetyana Lagovska, executive director of the Pryirpin Community Foundation, the main thing in first aid is the efficiency of actions to stabilize the victim’s condition. However, as the volunteer noted, it is also important to adhere to the principle of “do no harm,” so it is important to know what should and should not be done before the arrival of professional doctors.

The participants of the training expressed their gratitude to the organizers and the instructor for the valuable knowledge and experience gained at the training. They also emphasized the importance of such events and hope that such educational seminars will continue in the future. In addition, each participant received as a gift a fully equipped first aid kit for first aid in case of wounds.

The pre-medical care workshop for teachers was an example of how educational institutions and medical partners can collaborate to ensure the safety of students and staff. These efforts will help strengthen the education system and prepare teachers for the variety of challenges they may face in educational institutions in war.

Experts Club and Adonis pledge to continue to support and conduct similar educational initiatives, as they see them as an opportunity to make education safer and encompass not only academic but also life skills.

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Ukraine Doesn’t Have Enough Rehabilitation Specialists – Opinion

There is an imbalance between the number of physical rehabilitation centers in Ukraine and the number of rehabilitation specialists that is currently insufficient, according to Vadim Kerestey, head of rehabilitation department of Adonis medical clinic network.
“We can observe a noticeable imbalance between the number of physical rehabilitation centers that have opened over the last year and the number of experienced specialists who can provide quality assistance to the injured”, – he told Interfax-Ukraine.
At the same time, according to Kerestei, “the medical system of Ukraine does not currently have sufficient capacity to provide comprehensive rehabilitation services.”
“The heavy load on the entire medical system of Ukraine, the lack of the necessary number of experienced specialists and specialized centers make it impossible to provide harmonious and versatile rehabilitation care wherever it is needed,” he said.
The expert noted that “the state catastrophically lacks physically enough doctors of rehabilitation medicine: physical therapists and occupational therapists.”
“Many, newly opened, rehabilitation centers are critically understaffed with a team of specialized experienced physicians and must create a team from scratch, with specialists who have very little clinical experience, which consequently affects the quality of patient care,” he said.
At the same time, the expert noted that “the state medical system is changing very rapidly and actively adapting.
“This allows us to say that in the near future we will be able to do everything for the quality and comprehensive recovery of patients who suffered as a result of Russia’s military aggression against Ukraine,” he said.
“An option for cooperation between the state and private rehabilitation centers could be the following scenario: since private medical centers already have excellent conditions for comprehensive and effective rehabilitation of victims, the state should guarantee 100% compensation to patients for rehabilitation costs in such medical institutions,” Kerestei believes.
The expert noted that such cooperation may be beneficial for the state due to the specifics of rehabilitation: many state rehabilitation centers cannot provide effective help and there will be a need to undergo repeated courses of treatment several times.
At the same time, according to Kerestei, in private medical centers “after the first cycle, the patient will have significantly better results or even will fully recover and be able to return to normal social life.
Commenting on Adonis’ place in the national rehabilitation system, Kerestay pointed out that the network of medical centers has been working with wounded warriors for more than 15 months.
He reported that Adonis has had “a vivid experience working with charitable foundations and private donors”.
Kerestey stressed that “rehabilitation is an individual and long-term process.”
“Unfortunately, we can’t talk about a specific price range. The cost of rehabilitation depends on the severity of the injury, the accompanying schedules, and the speed and quality of primary care,” he said.
Commenting on the development of prosthetics in Ukraine, Kerestey noted that “the situation in the state medical system is much better in this regard.”
“Now all prosthetics procedures take place at state expense. But providing a prosthesis is only half the success. The victim must first be prepared for the prosthetics procedure (surgeons, prosthetists and rehabilitologists work with him at this stage), and once the prosthesis is fitted, the difficult stage of patient adaptation to using the device begins and this process is impossible without the participation of an experienced rehabilitator,” he said.


Adonis Medical Group opened new rehabilitation center

Adonis Medical Group has opened a modern physical rehabilitation center in Kiev.
The company informed the Interfax-Ukraine news agency that the Center services are free for Ukrainian servicemen who have been wounded; the programs will be paid for by charitable foundations.
The center is designed for 16 inpatients and a large number of outpatients and has two operating rooms. It is equipped with modern simulators and rehabilitation equipment for restoration of motion function and inclusion of different muscle groups, a shared hospital, and a diagnostic complex for rapid assessment with its own laboratory.
The center specializes in rehabilitation after injuries and contusions, limb injuries, preparing limbs for prosthetics, as well as rehabilitation after strokes, craniocerebral injuries, spinal cord injuries and CNS lesions, rehabilitation after injuries, traffic accidents and accidents, speech rehabilitation, treatment of chronic pain in spinal conditions.
In addition, the center provides training in nursing skills for patient’s relatives and implements ready-made rehabilitation programs at home.
According to Vadim Kerestei, head of the rehabilitation division of the Adonis network of medical clinics, the treatment of wounds sustained during the war requires a comprehensive approach, so the center has a number of specialists working with the wounded.
“We work according to an international protocol and our main goal is to comprehensively cover all the disorders that the patient has. We have a professional team: a physical therapist – he works with movement disorders; an occupational therapist works with the patient to restore self-care skills; a psychologist to stabilize the psychological state. All rehabilitation is designed to comprehensively address all the impairments the patient has: mental, physical and medical, to restore him comprehensively,” he said.
Adonis is a network of private medical centers for adults and children.
Adonis Private Clinic was founded more than 20 years ago. Its network consists of 11 branches in Kiev and Kiev region. Physicians receive patients in 66 medical fields in branches of the clinic.