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The Far East will receive funding for salaries to doctors

The Far East will receive funding for salaries to doctors

18,3 billion rubles were allocated to the Russian regions from the Federal Compulsory Medical Insurance Fund to pay for the work of doctors and paramedical personnel. Additional funding will receive and the regions of the Far Eastern Federal District.

Buryatia will receive 59 million rubles, Yakutia 177 million, Transbaikalia - 131 million, Kamchatka - 138 million, Primorye - 229 million, Khabarovsk Territory 136 million, Amur Region - 15 million, Magadan Region - 129 million, Sakhalin Region - 210 million, EAO - 65 million, Chukotka - 19 million rubles.

Also, the Prime Minister signed a decree on the allocation of additional funding to the regions for incentive payments to employees of medical organizations for the detection of oncological diseases in the course of medical examination and preventive medical examinations of the population. The total volume of federal funding for the regions will amount to 18,3 billion rubles, the regions of the Far East will receive more than 80 million rubles. 

Primorsky Krai will receive the most funds - 16,7 million rubles. Following is the Khabarovsk Territory (13,7 million rubles), Trans-Baikal Territory (9,166 million rubles), the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) (7,993 million rubles), Amur Region (7,48 million rubles), Kamchatka Territory (4,3, 7,366 million rubles), the Republic of Buryatia (7,11 million rubles), Sakhalin Region (2,097 million rubles), Magadan Region (1,31 million rubles), the Jewish Autonomous Region (650 million rubles). The doctors of the Chukotka Autonomous Okrug will receive the least - XNUMX thousand rubles. 

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