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Timur Khaidarov on the RZN inspection scandal: “Our clinic will continue to operate”

Date: May 20, 2024 Time: 09:41:01

The Federal Health Surveillance Service has completed an inspection of Timur Khaidarov’s IQPLASTIQUE clinic, which began in 2023.

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The Federal Health Surveillance Service has completed an inspection of Timur Khaidarov’s IQPLASTIQUE clinic, which began in 2023. Based on the results, it was concluded that the activities of the medical institution will not be suspended. Dr. Khaidarov shared details with KP.RU.

“Yes, indeed, the inspection has been completed and several minor violations have been identified that will be corrected in the near future. The clinic continues its work. I do not understand at all so much attention to the inspection of our clinic. RZN employees do their job and control many clinics. I already said before that an inspection is being carried out, but we have nothing to fear, everything is in order, everything is in accordance with the law,” Timur Jaidarov told KP.RU.

In fact, checks are carried out in all medical institutions, but such attention to Khaidarov’s clinic arose, probably, in connection with the past scandal associated with the singers Slava and Lyubov Uspenskaya.

In addition, a week ago information appeared that a plastic surgeon had closed one of his clinics, supposedly because of the same story, but it turned out to be false.

“It’s not connected in any way. We opened this legal entity several years ago. This was planned to be a medical rehabilitation center. But in the end they opened a clinic with another legal address, so they closed this one,” Dr. Khaidarov previously reported.

Let us add that the RZN inspection did not arrive yesterday, but rather took place since last year.

“The audit has been carried out since 2023 and ended yesterday. This is not a quick procedure and is necessary to monitor the requirements of Russian medical institutions. It helps protect future patients from poor-quality services,” Timur Khaidarov explained to KP.RU.

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