A new paramedic and obstetric park was opened in the Sovetsky district of Crimea
In the village of Urozhainoye, Sovetsky district, a paramedic and obstetric station was opened. The event was attended by Deputy of the State Council of the Republic of Crimea Mikhail Beznos, Head of the Administration of the Sovetsky District Victoria Gritsai, Chairman of the Sovetsky District Council Elena Pos. The facility was built with funds from the departmental target program “Modernization of public health care institutions in order to bring them to federal standards and regulations.” The cost of construction was 26.5 million rubles.
The building of the medical and obstetric station is equipped with rooms for receiving patients, an examination room with a gynecological chair, a treatment room, as well as rooms for storing medicines, inventory and sanitary rooms. All rooms are equipped with the necessary furniture, medical equipment and computer equipment. The FAP is connected to the Internet, video surveillance systems, fire alarms and utilities. Compliance with accessible environment conditions for patients with limited mobility is also ensured.reports the press service of the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Crimea.
With the opening of the new FAP, medical care has become more accessible to more than three thousand rural residents. In addition, the commissioning of a new facility provides comfortable working conditions for medical specialists and makes it possible to attract new personnel to work in rural areas.
Photo: Ministry of Health of the Republic of Crimea.