HRH Crown Princess Katherine visited Children’s Hospital in Tirsova
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Belgrade 1 May 2013 – HRH Crown Princess Katherine visited Children’s Hospital in Tirsova and Institute for mother and child and brought joy to children bringing them Easter presents with sweets and toys as a part of the humanitarian Easter activities today.
Children delightedly welcomed HRH Crown Princess Katherine who was accompanied by Professor Dr. Ida Jovanovic member of The Royal Medical Board and distinguished medical expert at the Tirsova Children’s Hospital.
Her Royal Highness visited the Institute for mother and child where she was welcomed by more than 60 children with warmhearted smiles. Her Royal Highness gave children the presents, wished them happy holidays, fast recovery and encouraged them: ”Our hearts treasure the most powerful cure of all, love, that with faith leads us towards recovery. Every experience, even the most challenging ones, help us see the wisdom and beauty of every day. You, children, are my joy. My friends all around the world and I, we work together to provide for every child in Serbia the best medical care and treatment.”
Her Royal Highness Crown Princess Katherine and her Humanitarian Foundation in Serbia as well as Lifeline Humanitarian organizations abroad will continue to help the medical facilities in Serbia, educate doctors abroad, equip hospitals with the most advanced medical devices and organize medical conferences for experts such is The Fourth Serbian Medical Diaspora Conference that will take place on 16-18 May in Belgrade with a goal of assembling doctors into a powerful brain network of doctors worldwide that can quickly share opinions and bridge problems often found in the post transitioning societies.