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September 3, 2021, 07:03
Photo by M. Mishin. Press Service of the Mayor and the Moscow Government
The work is planned to be completed in the fourth quarter of 2022.
The overhaul of the eighth therapeutic building of the city clinical hospital named after V.V. Veresaeva on Lobnenskaya street. The renovation of the seven-story building will be part of a large-scale modernization of the medical facility.
“Now dismantling works are being carried out at the facility with an area of more than 10 thousand square meters. In a month, we plan to complete them and start screed the floor, install partitions, replace windows and interior decoration of the premises, – said the deputy head
After a major overhaul, the building will work in conjunction with the ambulance building, they will be decorated in the same style. Redevelopment will be made in the therapeutic block, subdivisions of the regional vascular center, high-tech surgical and therapeutic departments will be located here.
“This building will provide assistance to patients with heart attacks, strokes, cardiological, neurological patients, – said the chief physician of the hospital named after V.V. Veresaeva Igor Parfenov. “The medical logistics have been thought out, the optimal routing of patients has been chosen so that the treatment and diagnostic process forms a closed cycle”.
Overhaul will allow integrating the eighth building into the structure of the hospital. Patients and staff will feel equally comfortable both in the new ambulance inpatient complex and in the modernized eighth building.
The 10th surgical building will also be repaired, it is located next to the emergency building under construction.
City Clinical Hospital named after V.V. Veresaeva is a multidisciplinary clinic where specialized medical care is provided around the clock. Almost 48 thousand people undergo treatment in the hospital every year. On the basis of the clinic, there is an interdistrict multiple sclerosis department, four antenatal clinics, a regional vascular center, where they provide high-tech assistance to patients with acute coronary syndrome and acute cerebrovascular accidents. Now a large-scale modernization of the medical facility is underway, which includes the construction of an ambulance stationary complex and the renovation of existing buildings.
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