In Yevpatoriya opened a memorial plaque in memory of Dr. Enver Bekirov
In Evpatoria, on the building of the medical outpatient clinic in the village of Ismail-Bey, a memorial plaque was erected to the general practitioner, the first head of the outpatient clinic, Enver Bekirov.
The event was attended by Deputy Chairman of the State Council of the Republic of Crimea Edip Gafarov, Deputy Minister of Health of the Republic of Crimea Arsen Ziyadinov, Deputy Chairman of the State Committee for National Affairs of the Republic of Crimea Ruslan Yakubov, Head of the Administration of Evpatoria Elena Demidova, Chief Physician of the Evpatoria City Hospital Alexander Shevtsov, Imam of Evpatoria and Saki District Eskender Memetov, representatives of the deputy corps and the public. The opening ceremony was also attended by relatives, former patients of Enver Niyazievich Bekirov, numerous colleagues and friends.
The speakers noted that people like Enver Bekirov are a source of development for small settlements, because the creation and start-up of a medical outpatient clinic at that moment was a point of growth for the small village of Ismail Bey.
The memory of this kind and professional doctor, a wonderful person, will be immortalized on the building of the outpatient clinic of the Ismail Bay village, where he treated people every day, held planning meetings, where he put his soul and part of his life— said Arsen Ziyadinov.
Remembering the untimely deceased colleague and friend, the participants of the event uttered words of gratitude and gratitude. They recalled that Enver Bekirov in 2020 was the initiator of a major overhaul in the building of the outpatient clinic and, unfortunately, did not live to see the updated and renovated outpatient clinic of the village.
At the end of the ceremony, the guests of honor visited the outpatient clinic of the Ismail Bey village, where comfortable and modern conditions of stay are now created for patients and medical workers.
Photo: press service of the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Crimea.
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