- Times are changing, the world around is changing, and our hospital, commonly known as the Karowa Hospital, has been serving patients of all ages for 110 years, 365 (and sometimes 6) days a year, 24 hours a day, supporting with professional help the youngest patients who are born there, educating medical staff, developing scientific research. It simply persists and tirelessly carries out its mission. What has remained constant over these 110 years is that our strength is the fantastic, dedicated people of this place. Because a hospital is people. Without you, there would not be such an exceptional hospital, which is valued throughout the country - said Director Ewa Piotrowska at the anniversary ceremony.
The meeting was attended by Professor Zbigniew Gaciong, Rector of MUW (the university is the institution's founding entity), who presented Director Ewa Piotrowska with a congratulatory letter addressed to the hospital's authorities and employees. "The Princess Anna Mazowiecka Clinical Hospital has the highest level of reference and is a leading institution in Poland. It provides specialized assistance to women and newborns using the most modern methods of diagnosis and therapy. It has equipment and facilities at the highest world level. The hospital's mission includes caring for the health and life of patients in an atmosphere of peace, security and trust, providing them with the highest level of medical services with full respect for human rights, intimacy and dignity. You, with your passion and commitment, fulfill this mission in an exemplary manner" - wrote the rector.
The anniversary ceremony was attended by Deputy Minister of Health Piotr Bromber, Filip Nowak - President of the National Health Fund, Arkadiusz Kossowski - Director of the Department of Uniformed Services of the National Health Fund, Prof. Aneta Nitsch-Osuch - Vice Dean of the Faculty of Medicine MUW, Chairwoman of the Social Council of the Hospital, Dr. Łukasz Koperski - Vice Dean of the Faculty of Medicine MUW. Those present who were professionally connected with the institution were: Prof. Krzysztof Czajkowski - head of the 2nd Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics, Prof. Maria Katarzyna Borszewska-Kornacka - creator and long-time head of the Neonatology and Neonatal Intensive Care Clinic, and Renata Bokiniec, MD, PhD - current head of this clinic, Jacek Sieńko, MD, PhD – Vice Dean of the Faculty of Medicine MUW, Justyna Teliga-Czajkowska, MD, PhD – Vice Dean of the Faculty of Health Sciences MUW.