A new medical outpatient clinic building was opened in the village of Bogatoye, Belogorsk district.
The cost of the object is 33.1 million rubles.
In the village of Bogatoye, Belogorsk district of Crimea, the grand opening of a new (modular) building of a medical outpatient clinic took place.
The construction was carried out within the framework of the departmental target program “Modernization of public health care institutions in order to bring them to federal standards and regulations.” The cost of constructing the facility is 33.1 million rubles.
The new outpatient clinic is equipped with a registry office, patient reception rooms, a treatment room, a vaccination room, dentist and physiotherapy rooms, an examination room with a gynecological chair, a day hospital, and so on. The premises are equipped with new furniture and modern equipment — a dental unit, an electrocardiograph, a defibrillator, an inhaler, a colcoscope, a lightoscope, an oxygen concentrator, height meters, medical scales, sterilizers, pharmaceutical refrigerators— reported the republican Ministry of Health.
2,635 people, including 603 children, are assigned to the medical outpatient clinic in the village of Bogatoye, Belogorsk district. The medical institution is staffed with qualified personnel — two general practitioners (family doctors), as well as nursing and junior medical staff work here.
In addition, doctors with narrow specializations will regularly come and see the local population on a scheduled basis.
Photo: press service of the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Crimea.