In Moscow, two children’s clinics located in Ivanovskoye and Zapadnoye Degunino districts have been reconstructed, the mayor of the capital, Sergei Sobyanin, said on his Telegram channel.
“We have completed the overhaul of two more polyclinics: branch no. 4 of the city children’s polyclinic No. 122 in the Ivanovskoye district; branch no. 2 of the city children’s polyclinic No. 86 in the Degunino West area. Yesterday, medical institutions accepted the first patients,” wrote the city chief.
According to the mayor, as part of the reconstruction in the buildings of medical institutions, all engineering systems were replaced, modern equipment was installed. In the vicinity of the polyclinics, the separation of pedestrian and vehicular flows has been organized. Lanterns and benches installed.
“The updated polyclinics meet the new Moscow standard and are convenient for both patients and doctors,” Sobyanin said.
He mentioned the spacious visitor waiting rooms and staff rest rooms provided in the medical facilities.
Sobyanin also drew attention to the location of the most visited doctors on the lower floors of the polyclinics and the proximity of the offices of specialists and functional diagnostics in the same profile.
Earlier, the mayor of Moscow discussed the development of cancer treatment in the capital with State Duma deputies.