MIL OSI Translation. Region: Russian Federation –
November 29, 2021, 07:03
Photo by M. Mishin. Press Service of the Mayor and the Moscow Government
The specialists will update the facades and interior decoration of the premises, replace the elevator and modernize engineering communications.
Overhaul in the building of branch No. 3 of children’s polyclinic No. 125 has been approved. The design documentation for the first stage of work has already been approved.
“Today the new Moscow standard of polyclinics is being successfully introduced in the capital. Thus, Mosgosexpertiza approved the first stage of the project for the overhaul of branch No. 3 of the children’s polyclinic No. 125 on Leskov Street. The project provides for both internal and external work “, – said the chairman of Moskomexpertiza
The three-storey building was built in 1978 according to a standard design. The specialists will cover the facades with panels, repair the entrance lobbies and replace the ramps, make ebb tides and renew the roof. Windows and doors will be replaced in the building, as well as interior decoration of the premises.
In addition, the project provides for the replacement of the passenger elevator and the renewal of utilities. After major repairs, people with limited mobility will be able to visit the clinic without assistance.
A large-scale program of overhaul of polyclinics is being implemented in the capital in accordance with new Moscow standard… Work has already been completed in 30 buildings, and in total, the program included about 200 objects.
The new standard aims to improve the comfort of patients and doctors, as well as to make medical care even more accessible. In the renovated polyclinics, comfortable waiting areas were equipped, where TVs and coolers with drinking water were installed. Play areas have been created for children. Comfortable furniture and modern digital equipment were installed in the doctors’ offices. Also in medical institutions there were rooms for rest and meals for staff.
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