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Russian Health Minister arrives in Transbaikalia - EastRussia | Far East

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Russian Health Minister flew to Transbaikalia

Russian Health Minister flew to Transbaikalia
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Russian Health Minister Veronika Skvortsova arrived on a working visit to Chita. Together with her in the Trans-Baikal Territory arrived the chairman of the Federal Fund for Compulsory Medical Insurance Natalya Stadchenko, the director of the department of medical care for children and obstetric care Elena Baybarina and other specialists of the department.

According to the press service of the regional government, acting governor Alexander Osipov plans to discuss with the Minister of Health of Russia Veronika Skvortsova the problematic issues of regional medicine and the prospects for the development of this sphere. Within the framework of the visit, a visit to the regional children's clinical hospital is planned.

In addition, Veronika Skvortsova will hold a working meeting with the heads of medical organizations in the region and will award honorary diplomas of the Ministry of Health of Russia to honored healthcare workers of Transbaikalia.

In the framework of the national project “Healthcare”, up to 2021 of the year, Transbaikalia will allocate more than three billion rubles from the federal budget. This year, 863,54 million rubles is provided. The region will need until 2021 of the year to carry out the overhaul of seven medical organizations in Chita and the region, create projects for the tuberculosis and regional children’s cinema hospital, build FAPs, purchase medical equipment, service housing for health workers and update the fleet. A total of 52 new ambulances will appear in the region.