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In 2020, 26 new FAPs will be built in the Amur Region
In the Amur Region, in 2020, 26 feldsher-midwife centers (FAPs) will be built as part of the National Healthcare project. They will be erected before the end of the year to replace those in disrepair.
New FAPs will be built in the villages of Inokentyevka, Otvazhnoye and Yadrino in the Arkharin district, the villages of Kisileozerka, Kustanaevka, Prigorodnoye in the Belogorsky district, in the village of Astashikha, Bureysky district, in the villages of Berezovka, Zolotaya Gora, Umlikan and in the village of Sian in Zeysky district. Also, emergency buildings will be replaced in the village of Borisoglebka in the Oktyabrsky District, in the village of Chuevka in the Tambov District, in the villages of Malaya Sazanka, Sukramli, Talali, Dmitrievka and Novostepanovka in the Svobodnensky District, in the villages of Verkhneblagoveshchenskoye and Ignatievo in the Blagoveshchensky District. Modern FAPs will appear in the villages of Arga, Vvedenovka and Vernoye in Seryshevsky District, in Voikovo and Novopetrovka of the Konstantinovsky District, as well as in the village of Dmitrievka of the Mazanovsky District.
245 million rubles were allocated from the federal budget for new FAPs in the Amur Region. The necessary documentation for the construction of facilities was prepared in 2019. According to the Governor of the Amur Region Vasily Orlov, the regional Ministry of Construction was instructed to consider the possibility of erecting FAPs combined with housing for paramedics. The department is currently studying the technical feasibility for this.