Free transportation to the doctor for the elderly and citizens with disabilities from Kisela Voda

Photo Kisela Voda Municipality

Elderly persons, persons with disabilities or in need of a companion to use health, social or other administrative services who live in the municipality of Kisela Voda, will receive free transportation to the necessary institution. This contains the agreement signed by the mayor Orce Gjorgjievski and the secretary of the Red Cross of the City of Skopje, Suzana Tuneva Paunovska.

By calling one phone number, they can get free transportation to the required institution to use a health, social or other administrative service. Transportation is performed on weekdays from Monday to Friday from 8:16 a.m. to 24:XNUMX p.m. and is scheduled XNUMX hours in advance. At the same time, the Municipality of Kisela Voda provided the financial means for the service, and the Red Cross put its vehicles and human resources to use - said the mayor Gjorgjievski.

People who need transportation can call the Red Cross Contact Center at telephone number 02/15330, every day 24 hours a day, to schedule their appointment for transportation to a specific institution, according to the principle of time order on appointment. By making one phone call, transportation can be scheduled for one user, to a specific destination, and back. A transportation appointment is scheduled at least 24 hours in advance, according to the "first come - first served" principle. One person is entitled to free transportation in one direction a maximum of 4 times during a year.

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