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Dmitry Churilov became the new head of emergency medical care in Vladivostok
Dmitry Churilov has been appointed the head of Vladivostok's ambulance. Churilov, who previously held the post of deputy. chief physician of the first regional children's clinical hospital in Vladivostok, replaced the previous head of the "rescue service" Pyotr Kurenkov. The contract with the new head of the ambulance is for a year, the press service of the Primorsky Territory administration told RIA PrimaMedia.
According to the VladMedicina portal, in the beginning of October 2014, Pyotr Kurenkov left the ambulance head of Vladivostok, who was in office from November 2012. At the same time, the Health Department of Primorsky Krai began to look for a new head of the Vladivostok SSR.
"There was no chief of the Vladivostok ambulance, there was a need to appoint a leader. Dmitry Churilov's candidacy was considered the most worthy, on Tuesday he was appointed to this position," the Primorsky Territory Health Department confirmed.