The State Institution "Territorial medical association of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine in Transcarpathian Region" is an independent state multidisciplinary health care institution, which combines therapeutic and prophylactic and other units that carry out, on the basis of a license, medical support for persons who, according to the law, have the right to medical care in health care institutions Ministry of Internal Affairs.
GU TMO is a budgetary, non-profit institution that belongs to the sphere of management of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine and is operatively subordinate to the Department of Health and Rehabilitation of the Ministry of Internal Affairs.
The list of staff (staff) and the structure of the DU TMO are approved by the State Secretary of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine. GU TMO is a legal entity of public law, has registration and special registration accounts in the oragani of the State Treasury Service of Ukraine, a seal with its full name and the State Emblem of Ukraine, letterheads and stamps with its name, has an independent balance and carries out office work in accordance with the legislation and regulations legal acts of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, ensures compliance with the secrecy regime in its activities.
GU TMO has a 50-bed hospital (with a polyclinic), a medical (military-medical) commission; Center for Mental Health and Professional Psychophysiological Selection; center for preventive medicine; sector for social and humanitarian issues.
The main tasks of DU TMO:
1. Implementation of the management of the subdivisions that are part of it, ensuring conditions for their effective functioning.
2. Provision of medical care to persons who, according to the legislation, have the right to medical care at the Ministry of Internal Affairs, according to the standards of medical care.
3. Control over the physical and mental state of health of persons who, according to the law, have the right to medical care in the Ministry of Internal Affairs, with appropriate correction.
4. Conducting a medical (military-medical) commission for medicinal and military-medical expertise.