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The area of ​​the eight-storey building will be 70 thousand square meters. It will provide high-tech assistance and treat the most complex malignant tumors.

Construction of a medical and diagnostic complex of the Moscow Clinical Scientific and Practical Center named after A.S. Loginov will be finished next year. It is being erected on the site of two old buildings.

“Whatever we did with these old buildings, they would still remain old: no new logistics, no technology – nothing can be done there. We decided to design a new clinic, the most modern, the best one imaginable. They designed and started building last year, demolishing two old buildings. Here already today, in fact, a new building has appeared, walls have been erected, initial finishing has begun, engineering communications are being installed. And in any case, we will have to build this hospital for at least a year and a half, but it will be a new generation clinic, ”said

Sergei Sobyanin during the inspection of the building under construction.

According to the Mayor of Moscow, at the A.S. Loginov, a first-class team has been formed that provides oncological care at the highest level. As the director of the institution, Igor Khatkov, noted, construction work is being carried out taking into account the wishes of the medical staff.

Moscow Clinical Scientific and Practical Center named after A.S. Loginova was established in 2013 on the basis of the Central Research Institute of Gastroenterology and Hospital No. 60. Today it is a large multidisciplinary medical institution, one of the six main oncological hospitals and a leading center for abdominal robotic surgery. The center carries out high-tech operations on the abdominal organs.

At the same time, the center is located in outdated medical buildings built in the 1950s – 1970s, the area of ​​which is insufficient to provide medical care according to modern standards. That is why it was decided to build a new medical and diagnostic complex.

The construction of an eight-story building with an underground level began exactly a year ago – in March 2020. The medical complex is designed for 570 beds, including 422 beds for a 24-hour hospital, 38 beds for intensive care and intensive care, 20 beds for a short-term hospital, 60 beds for a day therapy hospital and 30 beds for a day chemotherapy hospital. The new building will be connected with the existing buildings by covered walkways.

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Advanced equipment and high-tech operations

In the center, patients with cancer will be able to receive all types of medical care – from diagnostics to high-tech treatment and rehabilitation. So, specialists will treat the most complex malignant tumors and carry out all types of operations for cancer of the head and neck, thyroid gland, upper respiratory tract, lungs, esophagus, stomach, urinary, reproductive and endocrine systems, pancreas, liver, skin, breast and other organs.

To equip the medical diagnostic complex, three magnetic resonance and five computed tomographs, three X-ray complexes (for two and three workplaces), a device for positron emission tomography combined with computed tomography (PET / CT), and two devices for single photon emission computed tomography (SPECT / CT). They will also supply three angiographic units, two X-ray units of the “C-arm” type, 37 ultrasound machines, endoscopic and laboratory equipment.

Operating rooms are equipped with anesthesia devices, anesthetic monitors and transport devices with artificial lung ventilation. They will also be equipped with a unique microclimate monitoring system, which will allow monitoring the bacteriological purity of the air, and a telemedicine system to conduct consultations and educational broadcasts of operations. In addition, the unique technological equipment of the complex will allow for radiation therapy, which has not been done here before.

Convenient for patients and staff

The new building will house an outpatient oncological care center, organized according to the new Moscow standard. In accordance with it, the complex will be equipped with a laboratory with a capacity of more than 10 thousand tests per day. It will include a modern pathology laboratory and a department of oncogenetics to identify patients with hereditary forms of cancer.

In the clinic, Muscovites will be able to undergo SPECT / CT, PET / CT and other modern types of research. In the operating rooms of the short-stay department, low-traumatic operations of the general, urological, gynecological and otorhinolaryngological profile will be carried out.

The clinic will create the most comfortable conditions for patients, their relatives and medical personnel. So, in the wards of the hospital, they will put electric beds, install buttons to call the medical staff, install an air conditioning and ventilation system, equip a shower and a bathroom. It will be possible to talk with doctors and psychologists in special rooms, and relax in cozy waiting areas. The possibility of joint stay with relatives who will take care of the sick is also provided.

The clinic’s doctors will use the modern Fast Track system of rapid recovery. It allows patients to return to normal life as soon as possible (two to three days for standard surgical procedures). The system includes the use of gentle methods of anesthesia, minimally invasive methods of surgical treatment, optimal control of pain, stress reactions and active postoperative recovery.

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Construction process

At the moment, work on the removal of utilities has been completed at the construction site of the new complex. The specialists also performed monolithic work of the zero cycle (with the exception of the assembly opening) – they made waterproofing of the foundation and filled it back. Monolithic works of the aboveground part, interior decoration (screed and partitions, filling of walls and ceilings) are also underway, builders are laying internal engineering systems and external networks.

After the completion of construction, the territory adjacent to the complex will be landscaped. Convenient driveways for in-hospital logistics and sidewalks for pedestrians will be made here, trees and bushes will be planted. They will also install benches and trash bins, equip a sports ground for staff.

It is planned that the new medical and diagnostic complex will receive the first patients in 2023.

“Moscow is becoming the capital of health, the most modern, most high-tech help is now available to ordinary Muscovites (after all, this clinic will operate on the basis of compulsory medical insurance). If a disaster strikes, everyone who has a compulsory medical insurance policy can receive the best, most effective help and maintain health, ”said Tatyana Butskaya, chairman of the board of the All-Russian public organization“ Council of Mothers ”.

Leading oncological hospital in Moscow

The main medical buildings of the Moscow Clinical Scientific and Practical Center named after A.S. Loginov are located on the Entuziastov highway. In addition, the center includes:

– Specialized Breast Center – Women’s Health Clinic (branches at 23 Goncharnaya Street and 8 Verkhniy Predtechensky Pereulok);

– Outpatient Oncological Care Center (Perervinsky Boulevard, 5);

– a separate structural unit (hospital) (Akademika Pavlova street, house 22).

The total capacity of the multidisciplinary clinic is 876 beds, including 34 intensive care beds and 122 day hospital beds. The consultative and diagnostic department is designed for approximately two thousand visits per day.

On average, about 30 thousand patients undergo diagnostics and treatment at the center per year. More than 400 thousand patients receive outpatient care.

The clinic employs more than 2.4 thousand people, including 541 doctors (of which seven are honored doctors of Russia, two corresponding members of the Russian Academy of Sciences, 65 doctors and 120 candidates of medical sciences, 15 professors), 812 middle and 65 junior staff. medical staff, 200 researchers and 785 employees of other personnel.

Doctors of the Moscow Clinical Scientific and Practical Center named after A.S. Loginova provide medical care in 19 areas, but oncology is a priority.

In addition to medical work, the center is actively involved in educational activities. It implements postgraduate education programs in 12 medical specialties. In 2020, about 4.7 thousand specialists were trained at the clinical center.

Center employees take part in international congresses, and are also initiators and curators of interactive professional educational Internet communities.

“Unfortunately, more and more people need cancer care. This is, of course, primarily due to the fact that the average age is increasing, life expectancy is increasing, “- said the Mayor of Moscow.

Moscow Clinical Scientific and Practical Center named after A.S. Loginov during the COVID-19 pandemic continued to provide planned and emergency medical care to patients, mainly oncological. For the safety of patients and staff, the clinic created sanitary checkpoints, organized clean, observation and diagnostic zones that prevent the spread of coronavirus infection, installed automated boxes at the entrances to the clinic to measure the temperature and process the clothes of visitors.

From October 12, 2020 to February 9, 2021, a hospital was deployed in the branch on Akademika Pavlova Street (house 22) to help patients with COVID-19. 1856 people were treated here. From March 1, 2021, the hospital resumed the provision of planned care.

In addition, the center’s specialists (pulmonologists, rheumatologists, hematologists) took part in helping patients with COVID-19 in various hospitals in Moscow.

New hospitals and clinics

Since 2011, about 100 city, federal and private healthcare facilities have been built in Moscow. Among them there are 34 hospital buildings, 48 ​​polyclinics, seven ambulance substations.

The Targeted Investment Program for 2021–2023 plans to build almost 70 healthcare facilities, including 20 hospital buildings, 36 polyclinics, and four ambulance substations.

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