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Hindus will build a medical center in Ulan-Ude
The Indian company Medanta is ready to build a multidisciplinary medical center in Ulan-Ude. Now the project concept of a multidisciplinary medical center has been agreed and a site for construction has been determined
According to the press service of the Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East, all work will be carried out under a concession agreement. The main investor is Medanta, which owns a network of hospitals in India. Its specialists carry out about 15 thousand operations a year, and daily receive up to 40 thousand patients.
Under the project in Buryatia, the new center will carry out heart surgeries, develop transplantology, and open ophthalmological and oncological departments. The emergence of such medical centers is also planned in the future in Yakutia and Transbaikalia.