by Adventistische Pressedienst, and Adventist Review, courtesy Adventist Review
Berlin has become one of the most important German destinations for refugees from Ukraine. Since March 9, 2022, Waldfriede Adventist Hospital in Berlin-Zehlendorf has taken in Ukrainian refugees and is helping them take their first steps as they seek to adapt to their new life in Germany.
The hospital reported that in March, employees took collected donations of relief supplies, loaded them in a truck, and delivered them at the Ukrainian border. Supplies included medicines, anesthesia, baby food, and water, among other items. On the way home, those in charge of delivering the donations brought back with them a group of refugees (an extended family). Waldfriede Hospital CEO Bernd Quoss and nursing director Maria Gössler helped organize accommodation options for the newcomers, the Adventist health-care institution reported.