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Russian Federation : The opening of new FAPs in the Altai Territory is the result of work on the execution of instructions of the President of Russia.

On March 13, a solemn opening of a new paramedic-midwife point in Zalesovskiy district took place.

The opening ceremony was attended by Governor Alexander Karlin, Deputy Governor of the Altai Territory Nadezhda Kapura and Minister of Regional Health Irina Dolgova.

The new FAP was built on the state program for sustainable development of rural areas.

The construction of the new building is a concrete result of the work on the execution in the Altai Territory of the orders of the President of the Russian Federation, Vladimir Putin. Governor Alexander Karlin recalled that in his Address to the Federal Assembly on March 1, 2018, the head of state set the task to increase the availability of medical services in rural areas.

"Work to develop a network of medical institutions in the Altai Territory has been underway since 2012, including within the framework of the state program for the sustainable development of rural areas. The implementation of this program in the Altai Territory will continue in the future. Today we are witnessing how the decisions of the President of Russia are translated into real affairs. Before you - a new ultramodern paramedic-midwife point. Of course, it is necessary for the village, in which the birth rate is growing.

It is perfectly right that today children participate in our event. The new FAP created all conditions for admission of both adults and children. I know that pediatricians, therapists and other narrow specialists come to your village regularly. In Zalesovsky district there are 13 FAPs and two rural dispensaries - we will not cut this network by one point! We have carried out a major overhaul of the district hospital with high quality, in fact reconstructed it. Therefore, in the area quite worthy medicine for all 14 thousand inhabitants. This year we will build another FAP in the village of Peshcherka. In other words, what he says about the President, he does! "- stressed Alexander Karlin.

The total cost of building a new FAP in the village of Dumchevo exceeded 3.5 million rubles. Earlier, a rural paramedic-midwife station was located in a dilapidated wooden house built in 1941. The new building is much more spacious, its area is 68.4 square meters. m, the walls are made of wooden structures of frame-panel type. In the medical establishment, comfortable conditions have been created, including heating from a solid fuel boiler, and water supply from its own well. Landscaping of the site was completed, fencing, a path made of concrete slabs, a storehouse for coal storage.

FAP is equipped with modern medical equipment, including new medical furniture, an electrocardiograph, an automatic defibrillator, a gynecological chair, and a dry-fire cabinet were purchased. The medical institution has in its arsenal everything necessary for the feldsher-midwifery reception of patients: a changing table, a scales for children, an oxygen inhaler, a tonometer, express analyzers of cholesterol and blood sugar.

Altogether there are 877 feldsher-midwife points in the Altai Territory. The construction of new FAPs in the province has been going on since 2013, 36 have been already built in this period. In 2017, 9 standard FAPs were built, and another 6 are planned for 2018.

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