In Crimea, the new republican hospital received the first patients
The new building of the Semashko Republican Clinical Hospital in Simferopol received the first patients.
The other day, the first 200 patients spent their first night in the new medical facility, and by December 25, all 15 departments of the hospital will move there – a total of about 650 patients.
The construction of a multidisciplinary medical center began in 2017 under the federal target program for the socio-economic development of the region.
The complex of buildings includes a 13-storey medical and diagnostic building with a total area of over 58 thousand m2, a polyclinic for 250 visits per shift, a hospital for 734 beds, a catering unit, an oxygen gasification station, a boiler room, and a helipad.
The multidisciplinary medical center has prepared 45 resuscitation places with ventilators, ready to be connected if necessary. In total, the medical facility has 80 mobile and stationary ventilators. In total, according to the project, 140 ventilators are provided in the hospital.
The total cost of building the center is over 9 billion rubles. The new building will house the admission ward and key departments, including cardiology, neurology, otorhinolaryngology, urology, neurosurgical, vascular surgery, gynecology, gastroenterology and endocrinology. An anesthesiology-intensive care unit with 51-bed intensive care wards will also be opened.
The medical center has installed equipment worth 4 billion rubles. With its help, high-tech operations will be carried out and patients with indications, including those with acute cerebrovascular accident, acute coronary syndrome, myocardial infarction, and cerebral aneurysms will be provided.
The installed equipment includes two computer tomographs, two magnetic resonance tomographs, two angiographic complexes for endoscopic and endovascular operations. All 16 specialized operating rooms have specific equipment. The commissioning of the new hospital will significantly increase the volume and types of medical care, including high-tech.