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Medical Academy named after S.I. Georgievsky
of Vernadsky CFU
 

 

 
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The Emblem of the Medical Academy named after S. I. Georgievsky

 

The emblem is a pentagonal escutcheon in the form of an open book of blue colour with golden edging and a golden burning torch entwined by two golden snakes. The flame bodies are red turning into the red mantling with golden lining; two silver gryphons hold the escutcheon at its both sides. From below, the emblem is framed with a semigarland formed of natural-colour Thymus dzevanovskyi entwined with a blue-white-red ribbon.

The central figure, the burning torch entwined by the snakes, is one of the first emblems of medicine. The golden colour lays emphasis on the great experience of teachers and doctors of the Medical Academy (MA). The blue colour of the escutcheon symbolizes the greatness of medicine as a very old science. The red-golden mantling symbolizes medical students’ aspiration for knowledge. The red elements of the mantling, being sparks coming off from the flame bodies of the torch, symbolize the Academy graduates who bear the knowledge acquired at MA to all parts of the world (the five main elements of the mantling correspond in number with the five continents). The silver gryphons, as the main element of the emblem of the Republic of the Crimea, emphasize the fact that MA is one of the oldest and outstanding higher schools of the Crimea. The ribbon and semigarland formed of Thymus dzevanovskyi, Crimean endemic plant widely used in various spheres of medicine, develop the Crimean theme. 

 

Authors of the emblem: Chairman of the Crimea heraldic society “Gryphon” G. B. Efetov, Professor K. A. Efetov, Professor An. V. Yena. Artist: V. V. Sychev.

 

The Flag of the Medical Academy named after S. I. Georgievsky

 

The flag of the Medical Academy (MA) has its field composed of three horizontal bands, the top band and the bottom one are red, each being 1/6th of the flag width, the middle band is white, 4/6th of the flag width. The white band displays the central insignia of the MA emblem, which is a pentagonal escutcheon in the form of an opened book of blue colour with golden edging and a golden burning torch entwined by two golden snakes; two silver gryphons hold the escutcheon at its both sides.

The flag bands symbolize the two major colours of medicine, i.e. the colours of the Red Cross and white robe. The burning torch entwined by snakes is one of the first emblems of medicine. The golden colour lays emphasis on the great experience of the MA teachers and doctors. The blue colour of the escutcheon symbolizes the greatness of medicine as a very old science. The silver gryphons, as the main element of the emblem of the Republic of the Crimea, emphasize the fact that the MA is one of the oldest and outstanding higher schools of the Crimea.

 

Author of the flag: Professor K.A. Efetov.

 

Hymn of the Medical Academy named after S. I. Georgievsky

 

The country was rising from ruins and ashes, –

The thirties were hard in the previous age.

We started to fight for man’s life ever precious,

But then faced the war with its horror and rage.

 

Through battles, ordeals, through fatigue and despair

We’ve carried intact our love in the heart,

To patients we’ve brought our skill, our care – 

We thank Alma mater for medical art!

 
We thank Alma mater, and we keep fidelity
To duties that are the world’s highest humane.
We thank for the knowledge and for the ability
To open new vistas, endeavour and gain!
 

New states with new borders and anthems appear,

But life goes alone its own way day and night.

Now medical training is great in Crimea – 

Vivat Alma mater, its glory and might!

 
We thank Alma mater, and we keep fidelity
To duties that are the world’s highest humane.
We thank for the knowledge and for the ability
To open new vistas, endeavour and gain!
 

The union of teachers and students advances,

Safeguarding man’s life with skilled hands and young heart!

God bless Alma mater with happiest chances,

Vivat Alma mater! We love you! Vivat!

 

Author of the hymn: Professor K. A. Efetov.


 
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