A children's clinic for 320 visits per shift will be built in the capital's Savelovsky district. This was reported on the official website of the mayor of Moscow.
“The city is actively building medical facilities within walking distance so that Muscovites can receive qualified and timely medical care in their districts. As part of this work, the employees of Mosgosexpertiza agreed on a project for the construction of a four-story children's polyclinic of the first level for 320 visits in the Savelovsky district. In total, by the end of 2021, it is planned to build 16 new healthcare facilities in Moscow,”the head of Moskomexpertiza, Valery Leonov, quoted in the message.
It is noted that the clinic will be located at the address: st. Vyatskaya, ow. 37-39. The building project was approved by the experts. The building will house a block of rooms for receiving analyzes with treatment rooms, a pediatric department, administrative and medical offices, a department for a healthy child and administrative support rooms. Also, the polyclinic will equip the offices of specialist doctors, departments of functional and radiation diagnostics, and rehabilitation treatment. The medical facility will have rooms for a surgeon, neurologist, ophthalmologist and orthopedist-traumatologist, as well as ECG and respiratory function studies, a diagnostic room and dressing rooms.
As reported in the material, at the department of rehabilitation treatment, they will equip a physiotherapy room for group exercises, rooms for electrical and phototherapy, massage and a physiotherapist-rehabilitologist. The department of radiation diagnostics will accommodate a procedural room for X-ray diagnostics, ultrasound rooms and a radiologist. The lobby will house a stroller, a security post, a filter box, a vending area with vending machines and a comfort waiting area. The adjacent territory will be landscaped.
"The improvement of the territory includes the placement of open parking lots, playgrounds for children, the installation of small architectural forms, the laying of lawns and flower beds, as well as the planting of trees and shrubs," Leonov emphasized.
It is specified that the construction of new clinics and hospital buildings is being carried out within the framework of the Moscow City Targeted Investment Program. In 2020, 12 buildings of healthcare facilities were erected in the capital, in the coming years it is planned to build another 68. For example, in the Sviblovo district, a child-adult clinic for 750 visits per shift will be opened, and a child-adult polyclinic is already being built for residents of the Solntsevo district and neighboring districts of the TyNAO with an area of over 10 thousand sq. m.