Five new rural outpatient clinics to open in Khaibullinsky district of Bashkiria
Five new rural health stations will open in the Khaibullinsky district this year, the municipality informs. On October 13, a health station was put into operation in the village of Tatyr-Uzyak, with a population of 1176 people. In September, one was launched in the village of Bolsheabishevo, an outpatient clinic in the village of Stepnoy is ready to open, and modular facilities in the villages of Abubakir and Antingan will be completed by the end of the year.
As the Ministry of Health of Bashkiria reported earlier, the federal budget allocated 269 million rubles to the region for the installation of new health stations. 60 modules were purchased, three of them additionally for saved funds. The republican budget allocated 51 million rubles for the purchase of 15 rural health stations.