Free Ukrainian CrisisCare Telehealth Service

We need corporate sponsors & private contributors
Funding Goal €100,000
€44,821 45%
Each €10 contribution = 1 Consultation

About the service

With more than 5+ million refugees fleeing the conflict in Ukraine our telehealth platform is ready & available free of charge providing remote access to doctors and volunteers to those in need of medical advice, comfort & care.

Our cutting-edge, worldclass, telehealth platform is designed to provide safe secure, multi-lingual, low-bandwidth high-definition virtual consultations Anywhere, Anytime.

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in collaboration with Vasco da Gama Movement


Are you a person who has been affected by the Ukraine conflict that needs support from a health professional.
Are you a qualified medical professional or clinical specialist eg Doctor, Nurse or Psychologist that wants to offer their services.
Are you someone who can support consultations with translations, project management, marketing or wants to offer their services.

Access medical professional care remotely free of charge now

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Watch the how to video

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Support Us
Program Funding URGENTLY Required

Our medical consultations are provided FREE OF CHARGE by our doctors and translators to all Ukrainians affected by the current crisis in Ukraine.

Your financial support will allow:

Ukrainians to receive FREE medical care in any part of the world,

Ukrainian medical professionals earn an income, most of whom have lost their jobs in Ukraine

Each €10 contribution = 1 Consultation

The Story So far

GPNow supporting Ukraine
by Gina Trandafir – Country Manager GPNow Romania

By Ukrainians, for Ukrainians

Congratulations to Kateryna, our UCTS Marketing and Communications Manager, for launching a beautiful new website landing page and Instagram account, designed especially for our Ukrainian patients. These pages are simple to navigate, with content in the Ukrainian language, so those most in need can access our services quickly and easy. Well done, Kateryna!

American Chamber of Commerce – Boosting our International Profile

Thanks to the hard work of our Partner and Alliance Manager Tetiana, our service is now featured on the Humanitarian Help (International) section of the American Chamber of Commerce website! This gives our service a global profile, enabling more people in need to learn about what we have to offer, and helping us to attract more donations so we can continue this important work.

“Amazing Grace” – Thank you Pavel

We’d like to thank the amazing Pavel, who flew all the way from Los Angeles to volunteer for six weeks, welcoming refugees who were crossing the border. Pavel’s beautiful rendition of “Amazing Grace” brought a little comfort, love, light, joy, peace, and grace to those dealing with the horror of displacement. Check out the video here!

Angels of Steel

In just three months we have onboarded 225 patients and 32 doctors and conducted more than 286 free consultations for vulnerable Ukrainians. All of this amazing work has been funded by PII and resourced by our wonderful volunteers who make the impossible possible, every day. Thanks to our team, who we’ve dubbed the “Angels of Steel”, we’ve been able to make an incredible difference to those in need of medical advice, comfort, and care.

Patient Bouquets – Feedback from the Field – Natalia

Natalia, originally from Odessa and now living in Berlin, contacted us to express her gratitude, after she was able to get in touch with a psychologist and a paediatrician through our platform. Natalia told us that finding help in her new home was challenging, because although local doctors were supportive, explaining herself to strangers was very difficult. “Only Ukrainian people understand Ukrainian souls,” Natalia said. “Thank you for being here!”

Treat People with Kindness

We’d like to wish a very Happy Birthday to our Romanian Country Manager, Gina! Our Fearless Border Warrior has been so dedicated to her volunteer efforts at the Isaccea border since the outbreak of the conflict, she didn’t even take a day off for her birthday! Gina did get a heartfelt treat on her special day though – our Onboarding and Operations Manager Tanya’s daughter decorated her mum’s laptop in celebration!

PII – Reaching Out To The Refugees

Gina and Dan yet again connecting with those most affected 💪🙏😇

The service is now *available 24 x7* with Ukrainian & Romanian Doctors including psychologists 🕊️✌️💙🇺🇦💛🤞🕊️

Supply Run

Shopping for the refugee children to give them at the border. 💛💙Ready to go! 💪🏼

Refugee Refuel

Dan and I are in Constanta. He helped a refugee refuel the car and put pressure on the tires.

Border Update

Latest in from Gina & Dan at the border – these poor people are emotionally and physically exhausted…

A Refugee, is a Refugee, is a Refugee…

Very first test session with a Ukrainian Refugee in Germany

Please meet Tatanya who has kindly agreed to share this story.


Born in Crimea, a mother of 3 young girls 10, 8 & 3 – she met her husband who is a doctor from Damascus and a refugee after he fled to from the Syrian war zone  🇸🇾 to Ukraine 🇺🇦 where they met and married.


Driven by fear of nuclear fallout from Chernobyl, the whole family left Kyiv where a month ago she was writing medical journals in Russian.


They collected her Mum and her cat and gave away the keys to their car to a stranger. Two weeks later after 3 freezing nights all sleeping in the car 🚗 they finally crossed into Romania 🇷🇴.


It was both moving and distressing…


Particularly to learn that border guards are charging between from €100 up to €7000 – €8000 for women to cross the border.


Tanya is an inspiration – this was our very first test session with a Ukrainian Refugee in Germany 🇩🇪  a “doctor” in Singapore 🇸🇬  and a Translator in Romania.

The Volunteers

They did not know each other before the war began

I met Sebastian and Andrew at the Isaccea border. Sebastian came from France to volunteer, money from his own resources to help with whatever is needed. Andrew is of American citizenship and studied in Romania.


Sebastian and Andrew met in Romania and decided to come together to the Isaccea customs. Humanity has no limits, no citizenship, no religion, no discrimination and we are all one for humanity.

3 More Souls Saved

Last night I was no longer at the Isaccea border

Mentally exhausted. Last night I was no longer at the Isaccea border. I helped the volunteers to find accommodation for the refugees. Today I waited for 3 refugees on the ferry and took them to the station.

More than 3.7 million Ukrainians

The sixth-largest refugee outflow over the past 60-plus years

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has created one of the biggest refugee crises of modern times. A month into the war, more than 3.7 million Ukrainians have fled to neighboring countries – the sixth-largest refugee outflow over the past 60-plus years, according to a Pew Research Center analysis of United Nations data.


On The Ferry…

“I was out with him to see the Danube. He is always looking and looking for the lights of the city 🥺 I gave him the scarf.”

The Border

On Over 700 Ukrainian Refugees

“Yesterday it happened in Isaccea Customs.. I was very tired. I slept 4 hours. Volunteers ask for help from each other. The phone kept ringing. The problem is that we are running out of financial resources. All the volunteers spent money out of their own pockets.”


Sleeping Angels & Teddy Bears…

“The children I brought last night sat in a bunker with their mother for a week. They only had their clothes on. They had no other luggage.It is against humanity! What happens to children is cruel!” 💔😢


So it begins…

“Last night I brought 2 mothers, a grandmother, a puppy and 4 children to my city.Ukrainian refugees”


Random Act of Kindness

The mother told the boy with autism that they were coming to Romania to buy a tablet. Today a friend of mine gave the child a tablet! The child say “ I m so happy and I don’t know what to say “


Popcorn – Movie time last night!

I was watching 1001 Dalmatian together. One laptop in Romanian and the other in Russian. ☺️😀💪🏼

I want to help!

Calling all medical professionals and support personel

Would you like to know more

If there’s anything else you’d like to know, please reach out to us. 

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