Doctor information: Bilga Svitlana Stepanivna
Donetsk National Medical University of Maxim Gorky
Professional development paths
- regularly attends various conferences, webinars and medical exhibitions;
- specialization courses General Practice and Family Medicine (Donetsk, Poltava);
- training in the V. V. Gadlishin Fitness Center under the program Classical Massage, Massage in Pediatrics;
- specialized courses Physiotherapy and Physiopuncture in the Clinic of Internal and Nervous Diseases at the Shupyk National Medical Academy of Post-Graduate Education
- advanced thematic training on urgent issues of pediatric cardiology, pulmonology, hematology (Faculty of Internship Training and Postgraduate Education at the M. Gorky Donetsk National Medical University);
- studies of clinical guidelines
Priority area of practice
- providing consultative assistance to children of all age groups on the disease prevention by vaccination, diagnosis, and treatment of diseases on an outpatient basis;
- management of children of the first year of life, starting from the neonatal period;
- consultations on the specifics of care, psychomotor development, feeding, vaccination;
- drawing up individual programs of physical rehabilitation.
The most common complaints
- somatic diseases.
Other areas of professional interests
- industries linked with pediatrics.
Benefits of work in “Dobrobut”
“The ability to devote a sufficient amount of time to a patient that results in a high-quality examination.”
“Each patient, each parent needs an individual approach. Also, during a pediatric examination, it is important to consider the patient's age characteristics.”
“The patient is always concerned with the questions “why?” and "what to do?". The doctor’s task is to provide information about the causes of the problem, its consequences and ways of its resolving. Also, the doctor should explain the purpose of the prescribed treatment."
Hobbies and Interests
“In my free time I swim, visit theaters and cinemas. I like stories by Chekhov, as well as novels by Ilf and Petrov.”