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Transbaikalia will receive a little less than a billion rubles for updating medical equipment

Transbaikalia will receive a little less than a billion rubles for updating medical equipment
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Transbaikalia will receive a little less than a billion rubles for updating the equipment of medical organizations for two key federal projects. This was announced by the Minister of Health of the Territory Valery Kozhevnikov.

“First of all, we purchase diagnostic and therapeutic medical equipment that is not available in medical organizations or should replace worn-out equipment that was previously obtained as part of the national project“ Health ”in 2006-2007 and the program for modernization of health care in 2011-2012,” the official said. explaining that among the first acquisitions were devices for mechanical ventilation, computed tomography, anesthesia-respiratory, endoscopic equipment, x-rays and other equipment.

In the 2019 year, Transbaikalia received 863,54 million rubles for the implementation of the national project "Health Care", and until 2021 year the region was allocated 3,6 billion rubles. With these funds, the authorities should carry out major repairs in seven medical organizations in Chita and the region, purchase and build 40 obstetric stations, create projects for children and tuberculosis regional clinical hospitals, purchase 52 ambulances, purchase official housing for medical workers, etc. In total, within the framework of the national project, it is planned to implement 13 events.