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Trans-Baikal authorities attract doctors to the village with free housing

Trans-Baikal authorities attract doctors to the village with free housing
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The head of Transbaikalia, Alexander Osipov, noted during a working visit to the Gaz-Zavodsky, Nerchinsky-Zavodsky and Priargunsky districts that the work on attracting medical workers to the countryside is being addressed.

So, in 2019, as part of the plan for the social development of economic growth centers, 75 apartments for doctors and their families will be purchased, next year 47 apartments will be purchased, and in 2020, 81 apartments will be purchased. Since the 2012 of the year, the Zemsky Doctor program has also been working in Transbaikalia, which was able to attract 425 doctors and 20 paramedics who received compensation payments in the amount of 1 million and 500 thousand rubles, respectively. This year, as part of this program, 63 medical workers moved to the countryside.

“When we talk about personnel policy, we primarily mean the work to consolidate young specialists in Transbaikalia,” said Alexander Osipov, adding that the government is aimed at finding young people who are ready, having received a medical education, to return to their native population point and work there. He also noted that within the framework of the national project “Healthcare” the region will be allocated 3,6 billion rubles in the next three years, which will be used both to improve the quality and accessibility of the medical services provided, and to train new medical personnel.