Ukrainian-American physicians are organizing war relief efforts — here’s what they need

Accessible health care grows more necessary by the day in Ukraine as war continues to ravage the country, impacting the most vulnerable and crippling existing health infrastructure.Ukrainian-American physicians Sophia Korovaichuk, MD, a hospitalist at Northwestern Medicine, and Vitaliy Y. Poylin, MD, a colon and rectal surgeon at Northwestern Medicine, have used their resources and connections to support people in Ukraine and refugees in neighboring countries. They discussed their efforts with Healio and provided information on how other physicians in the U.S. can contribute to restoringRead More

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