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1 August 2021, 09:05

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Photo by E. Samarin. Press Service of the Mayor and the Moscow Government

The complex will become an expert center for the treatment and diagnosis of oncology.

In the medical and diagnostic complex under construction of the Moscow Clinical Scientific and Practical Center (MKSC) named after A.S. Loginov completed monolithic work. This was announced by the Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Urban Development Policy and Construction Andrey Bochkarev.

“Work is underway to install the roof and facade systems, including glazing and finishing work. We have also started to install internal and external engineering networks, ”he said.

In addition, the workers were engaged in the improvement of the territory of the complex. Convenient driveways and sidewalks for pedestrians will be built there, trees and bushes will be planted, small architectural forms will be installed, and a sports ground for staff will be equipped.

“The medical and diagnostic complex is a modern building with layouts specially adapted to the needs of patients, staff and the characteristics of medical care,” added Andrei Bochkarev.

The complex will be multidisciplinary; it is also planned that it will become an expert center for the treatment and diagnosis of oncology. It will be equipped with a block for radiation diagnostics and endoscopy, operating rooms with the ability to carry out high-tech robotic-assisted operations, a ward unit, as well as an outpatient unit for inpatient medical care.

It is planned that the medical diagnostic complex will be able to receive the first patients in 2023.

Medical and diagnostic complex MKSC named after A.S. Loginov will be completed in 2022Sergei Sobyanin spoke about the construction of medical facilities in Moscow

Since 2011, about 100 healthcare facilities have been built in Moscow, including 34 hospital buildings, 48 ​​polyclinics, and seven ambulance substations. By 2024, it is planned to build 74 medical institutions, including 30 polyclinics, six ambulance complexes and six multidisciplinary hospitals.

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