Bashkiria will receive 105 million rubles for medical care development in rural areas
UFA, 13 March 2018. /Bashinform News Agency, Daria Petrova/.
In 2018, the Republic of Bashkortostan will receive 105 million rubles from the reserve fund of the Government of Russia for the medical care development in rural areas. 11.614 million rubles will be allocated for the purchase of module-type structures of medical outpatient clinics, paramedic and medical and obstetrical stations for settlements with a population of 101 to 2,000 people; 94,437 million rubles — for the purchase of mobile medical complexes to provide medical assistance to residents of settlements with a population under 100 people. The relevant orders are published on the official website of the Russian government.
In 2018, the regions of Russia will receive 3.43 billion rubles for this purpose.
According to the Head of Bashkortostan Rustem Khamitov, in the coming years several hundreds of new module-type paramedical and obstetric centers will appear in the region. The founder and President of the National Medical Chamber of Russia, the famous pediatrician and surgeon, "Children's Doctor of the World" Leonid Roshal, who recently had visited Bashkiria, marked the republic’s experience in introducing medical and obstetrical stations. In his opinion, this can serve as a good example for other regions of Russia.