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Cornerstone laid for Science, Teaching and Cadaver Exercises Centre at Prof. Adam Gruca Hospital in Otwock

The building tradition requires ceremonial celebrations of individual stages of the construction process. To fulfil this tradition, on June 14, 2024 at 09.00, a ceremony of laying the cornerstone and a time capsule took place to commemorate the construction of Science, Teaching and Cadaver Exercises Centre of Prof. Adam Gruca Independent Public Clinical Hospital CMKP in Otwock. Its Foundation Act was read in the presence of the gathered guests, signed and placed in a time capsule, and then embedded in a specially prepared pedestal.

To commemorate the event for future generations, the time capsule contains a hospital badge with a business card, a FLASH drive with the film "Island of Great Hope" and presentations, as well as post stamps with the image of Professor Adam Gruca issued by the Polish Post Office on the occasion of year 2023 celebrated as the year of Prof. Adam Gruca, as well as a commemorative medal from on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the Gruca Hospital.

The Foundation Act was signed by: Prof. Ryszard Gellert, Director of the Medical Center for Postgraduate Education and Prof. Jarosław Czubak, Hospital Director. The general contractor was represented at the ceremony by Lech Wąsowski, Director of Region South, Karol Puszerkiewicz, Director of Region North, Mariusz Kozak, Deputy Director of Region North and Marek Cuber, Contract Director.

‘The construction work is being carried out with the utmost care, both in terms of the quality of work, construction skills and the safety of the people working on the construction site of the hospital,’ said Karol Puszerkiewicz, Director of Warbud S.A.’s Region North.

The purpose of the investment is to provide conditions for the development of specialist education and competences in the field of orthopaedics and traumatology of the musculoskeletal system and to allow a dynamic development of other surgical disciplines. The Centre will make it possible to implement teaching and research tasks using modern equipment in an environment identical to that of real operating rooms. The designed audiovisual systems will enable both conducting teaching exercises and discussing them directly in real time in the auditorium. In the other rooms, teaching classes will be conducted using modern training simulators.

The project is scheduled for completion in May 2025.

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