Krasnodar, 20 March – Yug Times. Eight paramedical and midwifery stations are to be built in the Krasnodar region this year. 

The medical facilities will be built at the expense of the regional budget. “This year, for the first time we are installing first aid stations in small towns and villages at the expense of the region. In the past, paramedical and midwifery stations used to be built under the programme of modernisation of the primary link of the national project ‘Health Care,’” said Governor Veniamin Kondratiev. “Over the past five years, about 80 centres were opened, and over a thousand first-aid cars were handed over to medical organisations. For 2024, we have envisaged the construction of 14 buildings of paramedical and midwifery stations in ten municipalities. Eight of them will be built under the regional state programme ‘Health Care Development.’ This means that more residents of villages and hamlets will have access to state-of-the-art medical care.” 

Paramedical and midwifery stations will be opened in Belorechensk, Mostovskoi, Otradnensky, Kushchevsky, Beloglinsky, Brukhovetsky, Kavkazsky, Krylovsky, Leningradsky, Tuapse and other districts. To date, there are 655 such institutions in the region. In 2023, ten new stations were opened. 

Each facility will have a treatment room, doctor’s assistant’s, obstetrical and emergency delivery rooms, and a temporary patients’ room.

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