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To build FAPs on a national project in the Amur region will begin in June

To build FAPs on a national project in the Amur region will begin in June
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The construction of 26 feldsher-midwife stations (FAP) in settlements with a population of 100 to two thousand people in the Amur Region will be undertaken by VZMK-60 LLC. Regional authorities have already signed a contract to carry out these works.

The enterprise already makes metal structures for FAPs, starting this year they will be built immediately with a living room for a health worker. This will be a hospital-owned rental housing. Mount construction will begin in June. Landscaping, installation of septic tanks, lamps, benches, a fence, ramps, laying tactile tiles are provided. The total amount of the contract amounted to 356 million rubles.

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”. They will spend 374,1 million rubles. Almost 256 million rubles from this amount were allocated from the regional budget, another 118,6 from the federal one.

For smaller villages and villages will purchase 16 mobile medical complexes. In total, more than two billion rubles will be spent this year on the implementation of measures within the framework 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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