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February 3, 2022, 10:02 am

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Photo by M. Mishin. Press Service of the Mayor and the Government of Moscow

As part of the second stage, they are additionally going to build a radiation therapy building.

On the territory of the multidisciplinary clinical hospital in Kommunarka, this year it is planned to commission a maternity hospital and a children’s hospital. This was announced by the Deputy Mayor of Moscow for urban planning policy and construction Andrey Bochkarev.

“On the territory of the hospital complex in Kommunarka, the construction of objects of the second stage continues. The maternity hospital, which will become the first obstetric hospital in the TiNAO, is already preparing for commissioning, and the children’s hospital is half ready – now the facade work is being completed at the facility. The commissioning of both buildings is scheduled for this year,” he said.

As part of the second stage, they are additionally going to build a radiation therapy building, and preparations for the construction site have already begun. According to Andrey Bochkarev, last year, as part of the second stage, a children’s infectious disease building with 100 beds, an outpatient building for 500 visits per shift, as well as a helipad of an ambulance substation for emergency delivery of patients were put into operation.

Completion of the construction of the hospital in Kommunarka will allow the provision of planned and emergency medical care to residents of the TiNAO, South-West, South Administrative Districts and other districts of Moscow.

“Thanks to the implementation of the project, the number of hospital beds in the TiNAO will increase eightfold, and the problem of dispersed places for providing specialized medical care in the territory of New Moscow will be solved,” Andrey Bochkarev added.

Earlier, the construction of an outpatient and polyclinic building was completed in Kommunarka.

“The development of the hospital, including in non-COVID areas, continues. A striking example of this development is the opening of an outpatient building in Kommunarka. It will provide specialized care to non-covid patients, it is modern, high-tech. It will house departments of the outpatient cancer care center, an endoscopic center, a chemotherapeutic day hospital for 24 beds, and a hemodialysis room for six beds. In the near future, we plan to accept the first patients here,” added Denis Protsenko, chief physician of the medical complex in Kommunarka.

When the construction of all planned facilities on the territory of the clinic is completed, medical care will be provided here in 11 inpatient and outpatient treatment profiles: cardiology, oncology, neurology, gynecology, urology, endocrinology, otorhinolaryngology, ophthalmology, traumatology and orthopedics, nephrology and neurosurgery. The entire hospital complex, including intensive care units and 30 operating units, will be equipped with modern digital medical equipment in accordance with international standards.

EDITOR’S NOTE: This article is a translation. Apologies should the grammar and or sentence structure not be perfect.

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