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The Chukotsky Autonomous Okrug has the highest indicator of the provision of the population with medical personnel

Chukotka Autonomous District has the highest rate of provision of the population with medical personnel among the constituent entities of the Russian Federation. According to the statistics of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation, the provision of doctors in the region was 64 specialists per 10 thousand people, according to Evgeny Podlesny, Head of the Health Department of the Chukotka Autonomous Okrug.

In Russia as a whole, the average level of provision of higher medical personnel does not exceed 40 doctors per 10 thousand people. According to Evgeny Podlesny, the region managed to achieve such successes due to the implementation of the state program "Development of health care in the Chukotka Autonomous Okrug for 2014-2020", which provides financial support to doctors who have arrived for medical work in the okrug.

In 2014, on the territory of the Chukotka Autonomous Okrug, the average salary of doctors was 104 thousand rubles, middle and junior personnel - 61 and 38 thousand rubles, respectively, according to the information and reference site "Chukotka is a beautiful and ... harsh land."

In 2015, it is planned to reduce the number of administrative and managerial personnel in order to optimize healthcare, which will save about 70 million rubles of budgetary funds a year.

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