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​Institute of neonatology is getting a new look

ince its establishment, our company, Millennium Team, is committed to and actively supports the concept of socially responsible operations in the community in which it operates. Thanks to our company’s donation of EUR 200,000, for the first time since 1925, the Institute of Neonatology will get a full reconstruction of the building’s façade. It should be finished by the end of June, so the place where premature babies fight for their lives will now radiate new energy, said Dr Milica Ranković Janevski, head of the Institute

Since its establishment, our company, Millennium Team, is committed to and actively supports the concept of socially responsible operations in the community in which it operates. Thanks to our company’s donation of EUR 200,000, for the first time since 1925, the Institute of Neonatology will get a full reconstruction of the building’s façade. It should be finished by the end of June, so the place where premature babies fight for their lives will now radiate new energy, said Dr Milica Ranković Janevski, head of the Institute.

Since its establishment, our company, Millennium Team, is committed to and actively supports the concept of socially responsible operations in the community in which it operates. Thanks to our company’s donation of EUR 200,000, for the first time since 1925, the Institute of Neonatology will get a full reconstruction of the building’s façade. It should be finished by the end of June, so the place where premature babies fight for their lives will now radiate new energy, said Dr Milica Ranković Janevski, head of the Institute.

This donation, which will be used for investments, will be a major help for all employees, premature babies and their parents, said Dr Milica Ranković Janevski.

- The building hosting the Institute is 96 years old, and some of the windows on this building were from that period. So far, all of the woodwork has been replaced, and all the windows throughout the entire Institute were replaced with extremely high-quality aluminium windows with proper blinds, which is necessary for work, and at the same time, it satisfies all aesthetic criteria - said Dr Ranković Janevski. 

The donation will also cover the repair of the wrought iron entrance, which will be kept in its original form, an entrance door, an entrance hall, a reception desk, as well as a fence around the building.

- This timeworn building, which will celebrate its 100th birthday in four years, will be renovated, decorated, and its lifespan will be extended. The donation is extremely important, because this is a place where there is a constant fight for life. Naturally, it is extremely important to have good conditions of treatment and stay for parents and children - Dr Ranković Janevski pointed out.

With consultation with the Institute for the Protection of Cultural Monuments, all the conditions for energy efficiency have been met, the ambience has been improved, both the hospital and work atmosphere.

- As far as I know, this is the largest donation the Institute ever received. The building has a rich history, it was built in 1925 at the initiative of the Maternal Association, thanks to donations, donors and distinguished individuals of the time, and it was more of a social institution, rather than a healthcare one. The building was infused with positive energy from the very beginning, and back then it was headed by the first Serbian female doctor, Dr Draga Ljočić. Academic and paediatrician, Dr Uroš Ružičić, was the administrator for a long time, as well as many other distinguished individuals who focused their knowledge and energy on this institution’s operations and growth, which became a leading hospital in the region when it comes to neonatology, said Dr Milica Ranković Janevski.

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