Prime Minister: Health care is the Polish reason of state

The head of the government visited the Silesian Center for Heart Diseases in Zabrze, where he took part in a meeting chaired by Professor Marian Zembala MD, PhD – Director of the Silesian Center. A team of physicians and experts discussed the effects of improved access to medical benefits in the Silesian Voivodeship.


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Photo: Krystian Maj / Chancellery of The Prime Minister of Poland

Our activities will result in Polish medicine being of good service to the Polish patients said the Prime Minister, when presenting the measures taken by the government so far, which include increasing health care spending to 6 % GDP by 2024.

He noted that there are 3 operating priorities when it comes to health care: financial, meaning increased spending on health care; educational – increasing the number of educated doctors, as well as the one focused on technology and innovation– upgrading medical equipment and replacing outdated hospital devices. Our goal is to ensure continually better access to specialists declared the Prime Minister.

The Silesian Center for Hear Diseases in Zabrze is a modern, highly specialised clinical, scientific and educational facility, which carries out tasks related to modern diagnostics and treatment of cardiovascular diseases.


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