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New medical equipment arrives in Transbaikalia

New medical equipment arrives in Transbaikalia
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The Central District Hospital of the Zabaikalsky District of the Zabaikalsky Krai received the first batch of new medical equipment in the framework of the national Healthcare project. “We received an electrocardiograph, ophthalmic equipment. I especially want to say about the slit lamp. We waited for her very much and today the specialists are happy to receive her, ”noted Oksana Neroda, deputy chief physician for medical work.

Medical equipment will improve the quality of services for more than 20 thousands of residents in the area. In addition to this technology, the hospital received funds for the repair of the polyclinic for the children's health care development program and additional medical equipment as part of the social development plan for the centers of economic growth. To implement this plan, the region was allocated more than three billion rubles, which will be spent on 13 measures to improve the quality and availability of medical services in the region.

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