Sobyanin announced a large-scale modernization of multidisciplinary clinics in Moscow | Moscow

Sobyanin announced a large-scale modernization of multidisciplinary clinics in Moscow |  Moscow


Moscow is undergoing a large-scale modernization of multidisciplinary clinics. The mayor of the capital, Sergei Sobyanin, announced this on his Telegram channel.

He clarified that major renovations are currently underway at the city clinical hospitals named after Veresaev and Filatov. After its completion, updated departments of various specialties will begin to admit patients.

“We are creating an innovative medical infrastructure in the city and modernizing multidisciplinary clinics. Now we are carrying out major renovations in the surgical building No. 10 of the Veresaev City Clinical Hospital – there will be an operating unit, two intensive care units, therapeutic, endocrinological, cardiological and neurological departments,” the mayor said.

In building No. 4 of City Clinical Hospital No. 15 named after Filatov, after major renovations, updated and re-equipped departments of therapy, rehabilitation, computed tomography, neurology, resuscitation and intensive care, and transfusiology will open.

Sobyanin recalled that flagship centers for providing emergency assistance under the new standard operate on the territory of both hospitals.

The mayor added that major renovations are also ongoing in 12 emergency departments of 11 hospitals. In addition, renovation of the buildings of the Botkin Hospital and clinics is in full swing.

Earlier, Sobyanin announced the imminent opening of a radiation therapy building in Kommunarka.

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