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Amur Region will receive 16 mobile medical complexes for the national project

Amur Region will receive 16 mobile medical complexes for the national project

This year, the Amur Region will receive 16 mobile medical complexes within the framework of the national project “Healthcare”. 254,3 million rubles were spent on their acquisition: 140,3 million from the regional budget, 114 million from the federal. The technique will make it possible to organize the reception of doctors in small villages, where it is impractical to build outpatient clinics or feldsher-obstetric centers.

Mobile medical centers will begin to work in areas this fall. Contracts for their supply were concluded in April-May of this year. Ten mobile FAPs, as well as three mobile fluorography mammographs and three mobile dentists, will begin to travel to small settlements.

46,4 million rubles were spent on the purchase of mobile dentistry. They will be attached to hospitals in the Konstantinovsky, Mazanovsky and Shimanovsky districts. To receive patients there is even a sanitary compartment with a dry closet, a washbasin, as well as sterilization and medical reception compartments.

11,1 million rubles were allocated for the purchase of five FAPs based on a PAZ vehicle. Cabinets on wheels will be sent to Zavitinsky, Ivanovsky, Mikhailovsky, Oktyabrsky and Romansky districts. In mobile FAPs there are waiting places, bacterial irradiators, workplaces for personnel, couches, sinks, oxygen systems and other necessary equipment.

The purchase of each of the five diagnostic complexes based on KAMAZ cost almost 17,5 million rubles. They will work in the Arkharin, Zeya, Magdagachinsky, Selemdzhinsky and Tyndinsky districts. Inside there is a laboratory and diagnostic rooms for medical examinations and preventive examinations.

Three mobile fluoro-mammography stations will be assigned to hospitals in the Bureysky, Svobodnensky and Skovorodinsky districts. 21,8 million rubles were allocated for the acquisition of each.

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