The Sevastopol children's clinic on Gagarin Avenue is accepting patients after major renovations
In Sevastopol, after a major renovation, a children’s clinic opened on Gagarin Avenue. More than seven thousand young patients will receive medical care in the renovated premises.
The clinic itself opened in 1974, and since that time there has never been a major renovation here. It has changed a lot, significantly different from what it was before— the press service of the Government of Sevastopol quotes Galina Dashevskaya, head of the first pediatric department of clinic No. 2.
For the convenience of young patients and their parents, the clinic has improved the medical care system. Now there are two entrances to the medical facility: an additional one leads to the emergency room, which allows you to separate the flow of sick and healthy patients. Children with diseases in the acute phase no longer need to move around the clinic or go to other children’s medical institutions, as was the case before.
Our clinic has three pediatric rooms and a treatment room. Now it is preparing for the opening, we expect that it will begin work in mid-February. During the overhaul, we had an appointment at the clinic on Yumasheva, we are very glad that the overhaul was completed and we returned to our native wallsnotes Galina Dashevskaya.
In addition, after the redevelopment of the premises, the hall was enlarged, an open reception area, a convenient navigation system, a wheelchair, a lift for patients with limited mobility and a specially equipped bathroom appeared.
It is very pleasant and comfortable to work in a new, renovated clinic, where good conditions have been created for both patients and doctors. Mothers are very pleased that the clinic opened after renovation, now there is no need to travel far, they are happy to contact us, – says pediatrician Anna Lopayko.
Let us remind you that in Sevastopol the implementation of the program “Modernization of primary health care” of the national project “Healthcare” continues. It is designed to ensure the accessibility and quality of primary health care by strengthening the material and technical base in medical institutions and solving the problem of shortage of medical personnel.
source: press service of the Government of Sevastopol