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TAP and Spiecapag Donate Equipment to Çorovoda Hospital

20 June 2018

Çorovoda, Albania. On 13 June, Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) together with its contractor Spiecapag donated medical equipment to the emergency response team of the Hospital of Çorovoda, Albania. Thanks to this contribution, the medical team can offer better services to Skrapari residents.


The Çorovoda Hospital provides medical care to more than 19,000 people in the Skrapari region. TAP and Spiecapag decided to support the emergency response team, who offer first aid to the injured or suddenly ill; they also prevent accidents from escalating.

Both TAP and Spiecapag teams recognise the needs of the Çorovoda Hospital and appreciate the assistance offered by the hospital’s staff during the construction of the pipeline.

The equipment donated to the Çorovoda Hospital includes: electrocardiogram machine, wheelchairs, airway-aspirator, surgery set, head immobiliser, spine board, leg support, arm support, various stretchers, pulse-oximeter, sphygmomanometer (blood pressure manometer), glucose blood meter, defibrillator, cervical supporter, spider strap, etc.