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Amur region will spend 70 million rubles on "Zemsky doctors"

Amur region will spend 70 million rubles on "Zemsky doctors"
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This year, 70 million rubles will be spent on the implementation of the Zemsky Doctor project in the Amur Region. This will attract 30 doctors and ten paramedics to medical facilities.

Since this year, age restrictions have been lifted, now doctors over 50 years old can participate in the program. Doctors who are ready to move to the village will receive two million rubles each, and paramedics - one million each. Since 2020, the monetary reward for program participants has been doubled.

Now, district and district hospitals, FAPs, rural outpatient clinics need ordinary paramedics, as well as general practitioners, cardiologists, anesthetists, resuscitators. The Zemsky Doctor program helps staff hospitals and outpatient facilities.

Last year, 35 employment contracts were concluded with the participants of the Zemsky Doctor program in the Amur Region. Seven paramedics went to work in rural FAPs, three more went to ambulance. Closed in the region and the need for 25 doctors. They went to work in Raichikhinsk, Shimanovsk, town. Progress, as well as the Annunciation, Bureysky, Zeysky, Magdagachinsky, Oktyabrsky, Seryshevsky, Skovorodinsky, Tambovsky and Tyndinsky areas.

The Zemsky Doctor program has been operating in the Amur Region since 2012. During this time, almost 380 doctors, including specialists in narrow specialties, went to work in the districts.