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23 October, Tuesday

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Rustem Khamitov spoke about planned health facilities construction


UFA, 27 December 2017. /Bashinform News Agency/.

In the coming years, the construction of health facilities will be continued in the region. The Head of Bashkortostan Rustem Khamitov told about the plans for their erection at the awarding ceremony of state awards to the deserved workers of the republic.

One of the new facilities will be a new building of a cardiology health center.

"This is a new large construction project related to the modernization of the cardiology health center", Rustem Khamitov said. "I have already said: this is an expensive construction project — 6.5 billion rubles, of which 2.5 billion rubles will be allocated for capital construction, and 4 billion rubles for the state-of-the-art, modern, high-tech equipment that will solve any problems in cardiology and vascular surgery".

Among other objects the Head of the Region named children's polyclinics in the municipalities of the republic.

"We would like to build new children's polyclinics in Dyurtyuli, Tuymazy, where these social objects are located literally in basements. We have a number of plans in the health care sphere", Rustem Khamitov said. "Undoubtedly, the construction of schools, kindergartens, and other social facilities will be continued. Strictly speaking, we work together to improve the quality of life in all areas. "

This year in Ufa, a construction of a new building of the Republican Clinical Oncology Centre began. It will accommodate 250 beds and a clinic, designed for 450 visits per shift. The project's cost is 1.7 billion rubles. The new building is planned to be put into operation in late 2019 — early 2020.

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