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Two new FAPs will soon be put into operation in the Amur region

Two new FAPs will soon be put into operation in the Amur region
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In the Amur Region, technically, two feldsher-obstetric points (FAP) in Ignatievo and Koboldo are 100% ready. In the near future they will be equipped with the necessary equipment, furniture and put into operation.

In Ignatievo, the FAP is completely ready, inside they made a reception room, a treatment room, a sterilization room, utility rooms and a bathroom. On the adjacent territory, the builders completed the improvement. In Koboldo, FAP will be commissioned on November 19, at the end of the month it is planned to commission objects in Bogorodskoye, Voikovo, Novopetrovka and Chuevka.

The overall readiness of 26 FAPs in the region is over 70%. There metal structures were installed, wells were drilled and septic tanks were installed. Sandwich panels were installed at 24 sites. All objects in the region will be commissioned by the end of the year.

The work is carried out on the national project "Health" with money allocated within the framework of the program "Development of the primary health care system." Over 300 million rubles were allocated for the construction of facilities, part of the funding was sent from the regional budget to make living quarters for paramedics in FAPs.

Now 23 FAPs are staffed with doctors, there are still vacancies in three, but there are already applicants for them. More than 54 million rubles have been allocated in the regional budget to equip facilities. Now the delivery of medical equipment is underway.

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