The World Health Organization (WHO) has issued an urgent worldwide plea for medical supplies for the citizens of Ukraine, saying thousands of lives are currently at risk in the conflict with Russia. Many medical facilities and hospitals have run out of many basic supplies to treat patients and the wounded.

StatLab Diagnostics and AFC Urgent Care Denver are partnering with Project C.U.R.E. to send much-needed medical supplies to Ukraine. The two Denver-based organizations are currently collecting medical supplies at each of the AFC Urgent Care locations in Denver and Aurora.

In addition to civilian casualties, the WHO has confirmed 16 attacks on health services in Ukraine, including medical equipment and supplies. As casualties mount, the need for medical supplies is increasing. The urgency of this situation has inspired Darius and Shay Kerman to personally fund this project to ensure the expedited delivery of items.

“We’ve all seen these horrific images coming out of Ukraine,” said Shay Kerman, President & COO, Urgent Care Solutions. “Homes and buildings are being destroyed, families are being displaced, people are suffering severe injuries. Our team members wanted to help.”

Here is a list of the supplies requested.

Medical Donations for Ukraine

New, unused items only

  • Gauze Bandages
  • Gauze Roll
  • Compression Bandages
  • Tagaderm (Waterproof) Bandages
  • Non-Latex Gloves
  • Butterfly Bandages
  • Elastic Bandages (Ace Bandage) Coban Wrap
  • First-Aid Ointment (Neosporin)

You can drop off your medical donations for Ukraine at any of the 10 AFC Urgent Care Center locations in Denver or Aurora.

About Urgent Care Solutions

StatLab Diagnostics and AFC Urgent Care Denver have 10 locations serving more than 150,000 patients each year in Denver and Aurora, Colorado. AFC Urgent Care Denver provides fast and comprehensive medical care with short wait times and reasonable rates.

Urgent Care Solutions has previously partnered with Project C.U.R.E. in 2021 to deliver medical supplies to rural African villages in the wake of COVID.

Contact person will be Helen Manuel –
Phone number: 303-747-3024