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New FAPs will begin to be built in the Amur Region this spring

New FAPs will begin to be built in the Amur Region this spring

The construction of 26 feldsher-midwife centers (FAPs) in settlements with a population of 100 to two thousand people in the Amur Region will tentatively begin in April-May. Construction will be completed by the end of the year.

According to the head of the Ministry of Health of the Amur Region, Evgenia Zharnovnikova, the ministry and the State Institution of Civil Engineering "Builder" prepared and agreed on the terms of reference, the layout of buildings and the set of areas for modular FAPs. Starting this year they will be built immediately with a living room for a medical worker. This will be a hospital-owned rental housing.

FAPs in 13 districts of the Amur Region will build within the framework of the project “Development of primary health care” of the national project “Healthcare”. 374,1 million rubles will be spent on this. Almost 256 million rubles from this amount will be allocated from the regional budget, another 118,6 from the federal one.

For smaller villages and villages will purchase 16 mobile medical complexes. This year, 114 million rubles from the federal budget are provided for their purchase, however, additional monitoring by the regional Ministry of Health on the cost and equipment configuration showed that prices rose. The region has already submitted an application to the Ministry of Finance to increase the amount of financing for the project.

In total, more than two billion rubles will be spent this year on the implementation of the National Healthcare project in the Amur Region. Within its framework, the region also plans to repair seven children's clinics in Raichikhinsk, Tynda, Zeya, Konstantinovka, Svobodny and Blagoveshchensk.

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