Modernization of the admission department of the City Clinical Traumatology and Orthopedics Center (which is included in the structure of the 6th capital clinic) is scheduled to begin in 2020, Ihar Jurkievič, the head physician of the 6th Minsk City Clinical Hospital, told the correspondent of the "Minsk-News" agency.
“In 2020, we plan to begin work on the construction of a two-storey extension to the existing building of the City Clinical Traumatology and Orthopedics Center,” said I. Jurkievič. ”We will make a new admission department according to modern international standards.”
There will be a reception desk, diagnostic services, including computed and magnetic resonance imaging cabinets, and antishock therapy rooms on the ground floor of the building. On the first floor there are operating rooms and an intensive care and resuscitation department. It is curious that after the reconstruction of the “receiver”, an ambulance will be able to enter the building from the street. Patients with severe injuries will be quickly examined, diagnosed and taken to an emergency operating room or intensive care unit.
Earlier, the chairman of the Health Committee of the Minsk City Executive Committee, Siarhei Malyshka, told the correspondent of the Minsk-News that an amount of 1 million rubles was allocated for the development of design estimates for the reconstruction of the admission department in 2019 from the investment program in Minsk.