“The polyclinic itself is small in size, it needs, of course, additional space, so an eight-story building was added next to it, which will be ready by the fall of this year. The old building will also be rebuilt almost for complete – will replace engineering communications, internal partitions and screeds, elevators, ventilation and air conditioning systems, doors and windows. The entire complex will be commissioned at the same time, double the capacity of the clinic and make it the main in the area.”
In particular, there will be approximately twice as many general practitioners’ offices. The reception will be conducted by limited specialists of all the most popular specialties: cardiologist, urologist, neurologist, cardiologist, endocrinologist, ophthalmologist, surgeons and others. The clinic will have the most modern medical equipment and will create comfortable conditions for doctors and patients. “It is something important and necessary,” stressed the head of the city. “I hope that the expectations of the Muscovites match what they will see here.”
The renovated polyclinic with an annex should receive the first patients in the third quarter of 2023.
According to Sobyanin, the modernization of the outpatient department and the city as a whole is also in full swing: “Work has already been completed on 82 polyclinics, another 119 are in the active phase of reconstruction, which suggests that we will not finish this program in 2024, as expected, but by the end of 2023. Most of the two hundred polyclinics will be completely rebuilt to meet modern Moscow standards.”