AGBU is uniquely positioned to help transform healthcare in the homeland, having established critical care centers since the 1930s. In fact, many of these initiatives continue to serve the medical needs of the public even today. Many of these early initiatives continue to serve the medical needs of the public today. From the aftermath of the Spitak Earthquake in 1988 to the collapse of the Soviet health system in 1991 and through the ensuing years of Armenian independence, our initiatives helped pave the way for the westernization and modernization of medicine in Armenia. And in times of crisis, AGBU intervenes to procure and purchase state-of-the-art equipment and supplies to help save lives.
Promoting Access to Quality Care
With a multi-disciplinary teaching hospital, a world-class diagnostic center, and a patient-centered polyclinic, patients have access to high quality standards of care that is affordable and, in some cases, free of charge. Throughout the country, the success of these respected centers of excellence and programs offering an array of medical specialities and patient services can be owed to AGBU's steadfast support.