Letter of intent with the Łosice District Starosty and the City of Przemyślany

The document is a continuation of bilateral cooperation between Poland and Ukraine. It defines the framework for cooperation between the entities, which aims to improve patient care by implementing pain management processes and training medical personnel.

The letter was signed by Prof. Zbigniew Gaciong, Rector of the MUW, Janusz Kobyliński, Starost of the Łosice District, and Oleksander Zozula, mayor of the city of Przemyślany in Ukraine.
Present at the signing of the document were: from the side of MUW: Janusz Trzebicki, MD, PhD, Dr. Marcin Kolacz, and Dorota Szubstarska, as well as: Krzysztof Grzyliński and Leszek Denkiewicz from Next Medica Sp. z o.o.

Details of the document

Łosice District Starosty and the City of Przemyślany want to expand and improve the quality of medical services provided at facilities operating in their areas: Independent Public Health Care Center and District Multi-Profile Hospital of the City of Przemyślany. This is to be helped by the knowledge and experience on the part of our university.

The parties have committed to jointly prepare and implement a joint project within the framework of the Interreg NEXT Poland-Ukraine 2021-2027 Program (Priority 2 Health, Specific Objective 4.5). The project involves the establishment of Polish-Ukrainian cooperation aimed at improving the care of patients with pain through the implementation of pain management processes and training of medical personnel.

Moreover, under the signed letter, the units will seek to identify strategic areas for improving pain treatment through:


  • organization by MUW of a pain treatment training system for the regions covered by the Interreg NEXT Poland-Ukraine 2021-2027 program through the creation of a Polish and Ukrainian Center for Simulation and Pain Treatment
  • launching a Pain Management Clinic in Łosice
  • launching an Pain Management Clinic in the town of Przemyślany

Among other things, the document also talks about joint research, scientific and treatment activities, as well as staff and student exchanges.