10 Wojskowy Szpital Kliniczny z Polikliniką SP ZOZ w Bydgoszczy
THE 2014 MILITARY HEALTHCARE CELEBRATIONS
- Friday, 4 April 2014
The Military Healthcare is among the oldest services in the Polish Armed Forces as the tradition of medical care dates back to the Middle Ages. In the space of ages, monarchs and army leaders attached increasing importance to medical care which involved the use of adequate and operational movable and fixed medical equipment. As the martial art progressed, medical care had to keep up with that ongoing development.
Official opening after upgrade and refurbishment of the Hospital’s Nuclear Medicine Laboratory
- Friday, 7 March 2014
We are happy to inform that the 7th day of March 2014 marked an official opening of the modernised and refurbished Nuclear Medicine Laboratory at the 10th Military Research Hospital in Bydgoszcz.
BENEMERENTI 2014 - prize for the 10th MRH
- Thursday, 6 February 2014
We are expressly proud and happy to inform that this year one of the winners of the Benemerenti prize awarded by the Military Ordinary Bishop of Poland, Józef Guzdek, was the 10th Military Research Hospital and Polyclinic, Independent Public Healthcare Centre, Bydgoszcz.
Military Ordinary Bishop of Poland Józef Guzdek Visits the Hospital
- Thursday, 10 October 2013
On 4 October 2013, the 10th Military Research Hospital and Polyclinic, Independent Public Healthcare Centre, Bydgoszcz, hosted the Military Ordinary Bishop of Poland Józef Guzdek, who was personally greeted by the Commanding Officer of the Hospital Col Krzysztof Kaspzak, MD PhD. The meeting was also attended by hospital chaplains, most notably father Col Zenon Surma, canon, who is the Dean of the Inspectorate for Armed Forces Support.
One hundredth birthday of our Patient Mrs Katarzyna Brzezińska. Many happy returns!
- Wednesday, 6 November 2013
We are all designed for a long life, but, unfortunately, the modern way of living is not always good for our health. According to the data of the Central Statistical Office, the average lifespan in Poland is 70.2 for men and 80.9 for women respectively. Therefore, the most common birthday greeting in our country is “may you live to one hundred years”. Unfortunately, only some get anywhere near that number.