The Assets of the Hospital Directors in Moldova

The Assets of the Hospital Directors in Moldova
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18 May 2020 | 15:34

Most of the leaders of public medical institutions in Moldova have a monthly income of over 700 euros (15,000 lei) and drive expensive cars. While some declare money in bank accounts, dozens of land, several houses, and cars, others claim that they do not own any real estate and receive only the official salary.

ZdG analyzed the declarations of assets and personal interests submitted by the directors of the most important hospitals in Chișinău and by all the directors of the district hospitals. 

The Hospital Directors in Chișinău

The director of the National Center for Emergency Medical Assistance (CNAMUP), Boris Golovin, a former deputy from the Democratic Party, indicates in the declaration of assets and personal interests for 2019 revenues of around 22,000 euros (418,000 lei), of which he received over 13,000 euros (252,000 lei) from working as the director of CNAMUP. 

Golovin’s wife, also employed within CNAMUP, obtained income amounting to around 12,000 euros (227,000 euros). Although in 2018 the director’s wife mentioned that she only worked at the Secretariat of the Parliament, phoned by ZdG Golovin specified that his wife has been working as an archivist within CNAMUP for more than four years, even before being employed in the current function. 

“I think that, for about four years, she has been employed at CNAMUP, if not for five. She worked in the archive service of the Parliament. After leaving Parliament, she was received to work here. I was not a director yet, “Golovin told ZdG.

The Golovin family has 13 agricultural lands and one urban one, a house inherited 20 years ago, whose value is not indicated, an apartment worth around 9,000 euros (170,000 lei), three other real estates with a total value of over 3,000 euros (61,000 lei), a garage and a Hyundai Santa Fe car. At the same time, he owns the “Golovin Boris Pavel” peasant household. In bank accounts, the Golovin family keep together about 140,000 euros (2.7 million lei).

On October 15, 2019, the director of CNAMUP was detained by the National Anticorruption Center. He was suspected of instigating abuse of office committed in the interest of other persons and resulting in serious consequences in a case regarding the procurement of 69 ambulances. At the end of December last year, Golovin was reinstated, after he challenged in court the order by which he was suspended.

The director of the Clinical Hospital of Psychiatry, Victor Furtună, obtained in 2019 revenues of around 17,000 euros (323,000 lei), of which around 13,000 euros (253,000 lei) working as the director of the Psychiatry Hospital. His wife, employed at the Oncological Institute, received over 16,500 euros (319,000 lei).

The Furtună family owns a villa worth over 3,000 euros (64,000 lei), an apartment worth over 32,000 euros (621,000 lei), received through a donation contract in 2011, another share of 1.63 percent of another real estate worth around 2,000 euros (38,000 lei) obtained through a donation contract, a real estate whose value is not indicated and an out-of-town land. Furtună owns a Toyota RAV-4 car. According to the declaration of assets and personal interests for 2019, the Furtună spouses have approximately 23,000 euros (440,000 lei) in bank accounts.

The interim director of the Toma Ciorbă Clinical Hospital for Infectious Diseases, Sergiu Vasilița, submitted his declaration of assets and personal interests for 2019 only after ZdG contacted him.

His income for last year amounted to over 18,000 euros (348,000 lei). The money comes from different sources: the Clinical Hospital for Infectious Diseases, the Hospital for Dermatology and Communicable Diseases, the National Agency for Public Health and the pension from the Ministry of Defense.

His wife, Galina Vasilița, received a salary of approximately 39,000 euros (743,000 lei). She is an employee of a commercial bank. His wife has to pay a loan of around 4,500 euros (86,600 lei) until 2022. She contracted the loan in 2017, with an interest rate of 11 percent. At the same time, the family has approximately 125,000 euros (2.4 million lei) in their bank accounts. The family also owns an apartment worth around 18,000 euros (340,000 lei), another real estate fortune of over 52,000 euros (1 million lei), two agricultural lands, an urban one, and a Volkswagen Passat car manufactured in 2011 and purchased in 2015.

The director of the Ministry of Health, Labor and Social Protection Hospital, Gheorghe Țurcanu, obtained in 2019 a salary of over 12,000 euros (235,000 lei) and a pension of around 5,000 euros (96,000 lei). His wife, employed at the State University of Medicine and Pharmacy “Nicolae Testemițanu”, had a salary of around 6,000 euros (112,000 lei) and around 3,000 euros (52,000 lei) from the pension.

In 2019, the Țurcanu family sold a car for around 6,700 euros (130,000 lei) and bought a Mercedes for around 2,500 euros (50,000 lei). At the same time, according to the declaration of assets and personal interests for 2019, the family members own two houses, one worth over 10,000 euros (197,000 lei), and another worth 3 euros, purchased in 2018, but also 0.25 shares as part of another house. The family members also declare shares in a pharmaceutical trading company.

The director of the Institute of Emergency Medicine, Mihail Ciocanu, obtained last year around 17,000 euros (325,000 lei), and over 2,000 euros (44,000 lei) from teaching at the State University of Medicine and Pharmacy “Nicolae Testemițanu”. His wife had around 2,500 euros (50,000 lei).

Ciocanu bought an agricultural land of 0.16 ha in 2019, mentioning in his declaration of assets and personal interests, which he submitted only after being contacted by ZdG, a total of 32 agricultural lands, 50 percent share of an apartment worth over 29,000 euros (560,000 lei) and a Mazda CX7 car. At the same time, he holds approximately 1,500 euros (30,000 lei) in bank accounts.

The interim director of the “Timofei Moșneaga” Republican Hospital, Andrei Uncuță, was appointed on March 25, in a full pandemic. He obtained last year 14,000 euros (270,000 lei) as head of the Medical Service of the Ministry of Internal Affairs. His wife obtained around 20,000 euros (385,000 lei) from the State University of Medicine and Pharmacy “Nicolae Testemițanu” and around 8,000 euros (151,000 lei) from the individual enterprise she owns and whose purchase value is, according to the declaration of assets and personal interests, 18,000 dollars.

The Uncuță family owns an apartment worth over 13,000 euros (265,000 lei) obtained through a donation, but also half of another apartment that costs approximately 2,000 euros (44,000 lei). At the same time, the Uncuță spouses declare another real estate worth over 2,000 euros (45,000 lei), a quarter of urban land, a Volvo V60 car and a Toyota Auris.

The director of the Mother and Child Institute, Sergiu Gladun, received an income worth of around 19,000 euros (366,000 lei) for 2019. His wife received an income of around 9,000 euros (173,000 lei).

According to the declaration of assets and personal interests for 2019, the Gladun family has around 13,800 euros (266,000 lei) in bank accounts, two apartments with a total value of 16,000 euros (312,000 lei), a villa of around 2,000 euros (35,000 lei) obtained through a donation contract, two garages whose value amounts to over 4,500 euros (87,000 lei) also received by donation and inheritance, two extra-urban lands, a Volkswagen Tiguan and an Audi A7.

The director of the Oncological Institute, Larisa Catrinici, declared for 2019 revenues of over 17,600 euros (340,000 lei). She also obtained over 2,700 euros (53,000 lei) from teaching at the State University of Medicine and Pharmacy “Nicolae Testemițanu” and an annual pension of over 5,000 euros (103,000 lei). Larisa Catrinici’s husband received a salary of 5,000 euros (97,000 lei) and over 200 euros (5,000 lei) from selling a car.

According to the declaration of assets and personal interests for 2019, the family owns a house with an estimated value of over 1,700 euros (33,000 lei) obtained through a donation contract, a villa whose value is not indicated, an apartment, two extra-urban lands, an urban one, and a Toyota RAV-4 car.

The director of the “Holy Trinity” Municipal Hospital, Oleg Crudu, was suspended from office by the Commission for Exceptional Situations and assigned to head the Chișinău COVID-19 Center, located at Moldexpo, downtown Chișinău. He declared a salary of about 15,500 euros (300,000 lei). He also received an income of over 2,600 euros from teaching at the State University of Medicine and Pharmacy “Nicolae Testemițanu”. His wife received salaries amounting to over 17,000 euros (329,000 lei) from the Lumos Moldova Foundation.

According to the declaration of assets and interests, the director of the hospital owns a house with a value of approximately 26,600 euros (514,000 lei), urban land, and a Land Rover Discovery car.

The Hospital Directors in the North of the Country  

Valeriu Nichiforciuc, who is the father of the Democratic Party deputy, Eugeniu Nichiforciuc and also a member of the Democratic Party became the director of the Florești District Hospital in November 2015. According to his declaration of assets and personal interests, obtained in 2019 a salary of about 14,000 euros (263,000 lei) and a pension of about 5,500 euros (105,000 lei). 

His wife received an income of over 3,000 euros (63,000 lei) from the Florești Town Hall. She also has a 25 percent stake in a company that produces and sells explosives and 50 percent in a company founded by her son, deputy Eugeniu Nichiforciuc.

The Nichiforciuc family owns 81 agricultural lands, six urban ones, two other types of lands, two residential houses, of 118 and 152 square meters each, half share of two apartments, two garages and three other real estates, but also a Hyundai Santa Fe car, produced and purchased in 2016, and a Uaz 469. The total value of the listed goods is over 109,000 euros (2.1 million lei).

Valeriu Nichiforciuc did not submit the declaration of assets and personal interests in time (until March 31). ZdG asked Valeriu Nichiforciuc about his declaration of assets, but he insisted that he is not obliged. However, according to the Law no. 133/2016 on the declaration of assets and personal interests, the directors of public institutions are subject to the declaration.

“I spoke. I am not a civil servant and I write the declaration of assets and offer it to the Tax Inspectorate in the district. I do not have to give to the National Integrity Authority, because I am not a civil servant. I am an employee of the District Council, I am a hospital director, but I am not a civil servant. It’s like I’m a serious man. I focus on all this. I only give the annual income to the Tax Inspectorate, that’s all,” the Democrat Party member declared for ZdG.

On May 8, after several calls and explanations from ZdG, he completed the declaration of assets and personal interests for 2019.

The director of the Fălești District Hospital, Iurie Osoianu, received a total salary of around 17,000 euros (323,000 lei). He also obtained over 100 euros (2,600 lei) from an LLC from the lease. His wife received an annual salary of over 7,500 euros (145,000 lei). A member of the Osoianu family also received a 600 euros scholarship. 

According to the declaration of assets and personal interests for 2019, the Osoianu family owns a house worth over 2,500 euros (50,000 lei), purchased in 2003, another house worth over 3,000 euros (62,000 lei) inherited in 2005, three agricultural fields and a Volkswagen Golf Plus car.

The director of the Sângerei District Hospital, Lilian Brînză, received an annual salary of over 9,700 euros (188,000 lei) and around 100 euros (2,400 lei) as a councilor at the mayor’s office. His wife had an income of over 11,000 euros (220,000 lei).

According to the declaration of assets and personal interests, the Brînză family owns a house worth over 3,000 euros (58,000 lei), an apartment of around 2,000 euros (37,000 lei), a garage, urban land, and a Mercedes-Benz B car 150.

At the same time, the director’s wife has to pay until 2023 a loan worth over 10,000 euros (200,000 lei), which she contracted in 2018, with an interest rate of 4.5 percent.

The interim director of the Drochia District Hospital, Galina Maximciuc, received an annual salary of approximately 14,000 euros (262,000 lei). She became the director of the hospital in April 2019. According to the declaration of assets and personal interests, she owns two agricultural lands, which are worth a total of over 3,000 euros (64,000 lei). She has six other agricultural lands, a house worth around 9,000 euros (171,000 lei), a garage and a Skoda car.

The director of the Soroca District Hospital, Angela Rusnac, declared a salary of over 10,000 euros (202,000 lei) for 2019. According to her declaration of assets and personal interests, Rusnac contracted a loan amounting to around 4,000 euros (75,000 lei), contracted in 2016, with an interest rate of 14 percent, due in 2021. At the same time, Rusnac declares another half share of an apartment worth approximately 4,000 euros (82,000 lei). Rusnac became the director of the hospital in 2018.   

The interim director of Ocnița District Hospital, Damian Guțu, received a salary of over 11,000 euros (220,000 lei) and a pension of over 3,000 euros (62,000 lei). His wife, employed at the National House of Social Insurance, received a salary amounting to over 9,000 euros (177,000 lei).   

The family owns agricultural land, two apartments, one of which was acquired in 2019 through a sale-purchase contract worth around 1,000 euros (18,000 lei). In his declaration of assets and interests, Guțu mentions three more cars: Skoda Fabia, Mercedes 260, and another car whose brand is not indicated. At the same time, Damian Guțu has to pay until 2023 a loan amounting to around 7,000 euros (130,000 lei), contracted in 2019 with an interest rate of 11.7 percent. Guțu became the director of the Ocnița District Hospital in 2015.

The Hospital Directors in the Center of the Country 

The director of the Ialoveni District Hospital, Mihail Cotovan, received, in 2019, a salary of over 16,500 euros (319,000 lei) or around 1,400 euros (26,600 lei) per month. His wife received a salary of over 8,400 euros (163,000 lei).  

According to the declaration of wealth and personal interests of 2019, the family owns a house worth about 23,000 euros (447,000 lei). In 2016, the Cotovan family obtained a share of 0.5 of another house, worth over 1,500 euros (30,000 lei), through a donation contract. The family received another share of 0.5 from an apartment of almost 16,300 euros (314,000 lei) through an inheritance contract.

The director of the hospital also mentions an extra-urban land, an urban one, a 0.5 share of six other lands, of which five agricultural and one extra-urban. The family also owns a Renault Scenic and a Toyota. Cotovan became the director of the Ialoveni District Hospital in 2015. 

The director of the Șoldănești District Hospital, Veaceslav Palii, declares for 2019 an income of around 13,000 euros (250,000 lei) from salary and pension or over 1,000 euros (20,000 lei) per month. Palii also received over 2,500 euros (50,000 lei) from renting a space. His wife, who works at the hospital, had an income of over 14,000 euros (273,000 lei) consisting of salary, pension, and renting a space.

According to the declaration of assets and interests, the family owns a house worth around 7,000 euros (139,000 lei), a garage worth around 3,700 euros (72,000 lei) three other buildings with a cumulative value of over 34,000 euros (656,000 lei), and two urban lands. The family drives two cars, a BMV X5 and a Mercedes C200. The Palii family holds a share of 25 percent of Vladnic-Plus company, with a purchase value of around 21,000 euros (400,000 lei). Palii is the director of the Șoldănești District Hospital since 2013.

The director of the Rezina District Hospital, Nina Postu, received about 11,000 euros (214,000 lei) as salary, around 900 euros (17,000 lei) per month. According to the declaration of assets and personal interests for 2019, Postu’s husband received over 6,800 euros (132,000 lei) from the Rezina District Council.

The Postu family also received around 150 euros (2,900 lei) from other sources. The family owns an apartment worth about 2,000 euros (36,000 lei), three houses obtained through a donation contract, as well as five other real estate assets. At the same time, the director of the hospital also indicates ten lands most of them obtained from donations, but also a Nissan Maxima car.

The director of the Anenii Noi District Hospital, Nicolai Usatîi, received a salary of over 5,000 euros (102,000 lei) in 2019. He also received a pension of approximately 260 euros (5,000 lei). The director’s wife had a total income of 7,000 euros (138,000 lei) from four companies registered in Anenii Noi. In 2013, his wife contracted a loan worth over 15,500 euros (300,000 lei) that is due in 2030 and it has an interest rate of 11 percent.

According to the declaration of assets and interests, the Usatîi family owns a house worth about 12,000 euros (231,000 lei), obtained through a donation contract in 2003, two other real estate assets with a total value of around 2,000 euros (35,000 lei), and two urban plots. The family also owns two cars, one Honda Universal and one Mercedes 310 D. Also, the director of the hospital mentions a participation share of 72 percent in the Usnic AP company, whose purchase value is around 27,000 euros (516, 000 lei).

The interim director of the Orhei District Hospital, Andrei Stratulat, received a salary, in 2019, amounting to over 9,500 euros (184,000 lei), or around 800 euros (15,300 lei) per month. His wife received over 9,700 euros (187,000 lei) from the Health Center no. 2 Orhei.

According to the declaration of assets and personal interests, from 2019, the family obtained through donations a share of 0.5 from agricultural land with an estimated value of over 800 euros (16,000 lei). At the same time, since 2010, the Stratulat family has a share of 0.5 from a villa of 64.3 square meters, worth over 8,000 euros (155,000 lei), but also 0.5 from another land. The interim director of the hospital declares a Mitsubishi Outlander and a Volvo 440.

The director of the Nisporeni District Hospital, Lidia Crăciun, mentions in the declaration of assets and personal interests for 2019, a salary of 9,500 euros (183,000 lei), a pension of over 2,400 euros (47,000 lei), and an allowance for the position of councilor at Ungheni Town Hall of over 400 euros (8,400 lei). Her husband received over 1,800 euros (35,000 lei).

The Crăciun family has a 240 square meters house whose value is not indicated, a Honda Accord car, and quotas in two companies that sell pharmaceutical products.

The director of the Ungheni District Hospital, Andrei Alexeev, received, for 2019, a total salary of around 12,000 euros (231,000 lei) or around 10,000 euros (19,000 lei). His wife received a salary of over 8,700 euros (168,000 lei) from working at the Ungheni Health Center.

According to the declaration of assets and interests, the Alexeev family owns an apartment worth over 5,000 euros (98,000 lei), a land, and a Hyundai Tucson car.

The director of the Hâncești District Hospital, Petru Ciubotaru, mentions in his declaration of assets and personal interests for last year a salary of over 11,500 euros (223,000 lei). His wife received an income of about 10,000 euros (200,000 lei).

Last year, the Ciubotaru family sold a car for over 2,500 euros (50,000 lei) and bought a 2014 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV for over 5,000 euros (103,000 lei).

The Ciubotaru family owns an apartment worth over 1,800 euros (151,000 lei), a house worth about 19,000 euros (360,000 lei), a garage, another real estate, a fifth of another apartment and half of a garage. The director pays the installments of two loans – one of over 44,000 euros (850,000 lei) contracted in 2011 and another of 10,900 euros, taken last year.

The director of the Călărași District Hospital, Silvia Bobescu, received a salary of over 10,500 euros (203,000 lei) during 2019. According to her declaration of assets and interests, her husband received an income of about 14,000 euros (268,000 lei) from the company he owns. The Bobescu family owns a house valued of over 3,000 euros (63,000 lei), a commercial space obtained in 2006 through a sale-purchase contract worth approximately 14,000 euros (270,000 lei), but also 11 agricultural lands. At the same time, the family drives a Volkswagen transporter car and owns a Borro trailer.

The director of the Telenești District Hospital, Alexei Bivol, received a salary of about 11,000 euros (205,000 lei) for 2019. His wife who works in the same medical institution received a salary of over 10,000 euros (197,000 lei). His wife also received a pension of around 2,000 euros (37,000 lei), over 1,500 euros (30,000 lei) for entrepreneurial activity, and around 700 euros (14,000 lei) salary from the company she owns.

According to the declaration of assets and interests, the Bivol family owns a house worth over 10,000 euros (199,000 lei), a garage, two agricultural lands, and a Citroen DS5 car. 

The interim director of the Criuleni District Hospital, Sergiu Halipli, was appointed to this position in May 2019. He declares for last year a total salary of over 6,000 euros (117,000 lei) and a land. Contacted by ZdG, he pointed out that he has no other income or property.

The Hospital Directors in the South of the Country 

In 2019, the director of the Cimișlia District Hospital, Mariana Florea, received a salary of over 14,000 euros (276,000 lei), or over 1,000 euros (23,000 lei) per month. She also mentioned a pension of over 3,000 euros (65,000 lei) and allowances amounting to 100 euros (2,200 lei) from the District Council and Cimișlia Town Hall. 

Her husband, who works in the same hospital received a salary worth around 11,500 euros (221,000 lei). Her husband received a pension of over 4,400 euros (85,000 lei) and allowances of around 60 euros (1,200 lei). 

In 2019, the Florea family obtained over 1,500 euros (30,000 lei) from two bank deposits with a total value of over 51,000 euros (1 million lei). According to the declaration of assets and income, Florea owns a house with a value of over 13,000 euros (256,000 lei), a garage of over 1,000 euros (26,000 lei), two other real estates with a total value of about 4,000 euros (78,000 lei) and urban land. Florea is the director of the Cimișlia District hospital since 2013. 

The interim director of the Basarabeasca District Hospital, Ivan Secov, was appointed at the end of December 2019. In his declaration of assets and personal interests, he mentions a salary of over 400 euros (9,000 lei) working as a director of the hospital. He also received over 700 euros (14,000 lei) working at the Basarabeasca Police Inspectorate. In 2019, Secov received a pension worth around 2,700 euros (52,000 lei).

His wife received a salary of over 700 euros (14,000 lei) working for the district hospital and a pension worth around 300 euros (6,000 lei). According to the declaration of assets and interests, the family owns two houses with a total value estimated at over 2,000 euros (41,000 lei) and a Nissan Note car.

The director of the Leova District Hospital, Andrei Malașevschi, received a salary of over 5,600 euros (108,000 lei) and a counselor’s allowance worth around 100 euros (1,900 lei). His wife received over 5,000 euros (100,000 lei) from the Emergency Medical Assistance Department, Cantemir. According to the declaration of assets and interests for 2019, the Malașevschi family owns a house and a Skoda Octavia and a Mazda 3.

The director of the Taraclia District Hospital, Valerii Jelev, mentioned in his declaration of assets and interests for 2019, only the annual salary of approximately 9,300 euros (180,000 lei) or around 800 euros (15,000 lei) per month. He specified for ZdG that his wife does not work and that they live with their mother-in-law. 

Sanctions for Violating the Rules When Completing the Declaration of Assets and Personal Interests

ZdG states that the directors of the district hospitals in Bălți, Briceni, Edineț, Râșcani, Glodeni, Dondușeni (in the north of the country), Strășeni (the center of Moldova), Ștefan Vodă, Cahul, Cantemir (the south of Moldova), but also several directors of medical institutions in Chișinău have not yet submitted the declarations of assets and personal interests for 2019. The deadline for submitting the declaration of assets was March 31.

Art. 330 of Moldova’s Administrative Code:

Violation of the rules for declaring assets and personal interests

         (1) The late submission of the declaration of assets and personal interests by the person obliged to submit it under the conditions of Law no. 133 of June 17, 2016, on the declaration of property and personal interests, is sanctioned with a fine from around 80 to 155 euros.

         (2) Failure to submit the declaration of assets and personal interests by the person obliged to submit it shall be sanctioned with a fine from around 155 to 200 euros. 

         (3) Failure or refusal to present information on the assets and income by family members and/or the concubine shall be punished by a fine around 155 to 200 euros. 

The head of the Directorate for evaluation, prevention, and implementation of policies within the National Integrity Authority, Viorel Sochircă, states that if the persons fail to submit the declarations of assets and personal interests, they may be held liable for misdemeanor and disciplinary liability.

In this context, the representatives of the National Integrity Authority urge the directors of medical institutions to complete the declarations of assets and personal interests for 2019.

“The deadline for submitting the declarations of assets and personal interests has not been extended. The persons must submit the declarations. After they will submit their declarations of assets we will be able to take a closer look at the situation. In case of possible control, the integrity inspectors will see who and why they did not submit their declarations of assets. Everything will be taken into account, including the pandemic, and the exceptional situation, everything, just to be well motivated. In a way, the agency is not meant to punish, but to prevent. However, we recommend the directors of the medical institutions to submit their declarations of assets, even late,” the representatives of the agency said for ZdG.

Daniela Calmîș,
Nicoleta Braghiș

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