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February 5, 2022, 09:03


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

Now specialists are equipping the roof and engineering systems of the building.

An ambulance substation for 20 parking spaces in Shcherbinka at the intersection of Marshala Savitsky Street and Projected Proyezd No. 728 will be put into operation this year.

«Готовность подстанции скорой медицинской помощи составляет 35 процентов. В настоящий момент на объекте строительства идет устройство кровли и инженерных систем», — рассказал руководитель

Department of construction of the city of Moscow Rafik Zagrutdinov.

The building of variable number of storeys (from one to three floors) will be rounded. Its central part will be glazed – this will allow to combine the left and right parts into a single whole. Multi-colored metal cassettes will be used for the ventilated facade.

In the one-story part of the substation, a parking lot for 20 cars will be placed and a car wash section will be equipped.

In the basement of the three-story part of the building there will be technical rooms. On the ground floor there will be a control room, an outpatient reception room, an office for pre-trip examinations of employees, a pantry with a supply of medicines and other premises. On the second floor there is a dressing room, a staff rest room, a pantry and utility rooms.

On the third floor, an archive, a pharmacy, a meeting room for 49 people, a room for psychological relief and relaxation, and other administrative, technical and household premises will be equipped.

Four emergency complexes to be built in Moscow in 2022

Medical infrastructure is being developed in the capitals, hospitals, polyclinics and ambulance substations are being built and reconstructed. So, by the end of 2022, it is planned to put into operation in Moscow 45 new healthcare facilities.

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