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Authorities of Amur Region are ready to increase lifting to Zemsky doctors
The authorities of the Amur Region are ready, at the expense of the regional budget, to increase payments to doctors moving to the region under the Zemsky Doctor and Zemsky Paramedic programs. The greatest shortage of doctors is the northern territories.
“In 2020, under these programs, doctors and paramedics will receive two million and one million rubles of a lump sum payment for the move. If the program does not work, we are ready to increase these payments, ”he said live on Instagram Amur Region Governor Vasily Orlov.
According to him, now health facilities are equipped with doctors by 65% - which is not enough for the region. That is why the regional authorities are ready to provide additional support measures to attract doctors.
This year in the Amur Region they will spend on the implementation of the Zemsky Doctor project 70 million rubles. This will attract 30 doctors and ten paramedics to medical facilities.
Since this year, age restrictions have been lifted, now doctors over 50 years old can participate in the program. District and district hospitals, FAPs, rural outpatient clinics need ordinary paramedics, as well as general practitioners, cardiologists, anesthetists, resuscitators.
The Zemsky Doctor program has been operating in the Amur Region since 2012. During this time, almost 380 doctors, including specialists in narrow specialties, went to work in the districts.