New outpatient clinics opened in Lviv region

New outpatient clinics opened in Lviv region

It took 6 million hryvnias for the construction of each outpatient clinic, that is, they spent 12 million hryvnias for both medical institutions.

The official grand opening of medical facilities took place in Horodotsk and Zhovkva districts in Lviv region on January 28. The dispensaries were built from scratch – the press service of the Lviv Regional State Administration informed.

According to Reporter Lviv , these are just a couple of outpatient clinics from 43 primary care facilities in villages currently under construction in the Lviv region. It is planned to purchase a separate Renault Duster service car for both ambulances. 67 tickets for already operating outpatient facilities have already been purchased.

Financing the construction and equipping of primary health care facilities is a subvention from the state budget, directed to the regional budget. Local budgets are also included in the funding.

Each healthcare facility has an area of ​​more than 200 m2.

Two dispensaries are aimed at providing medical assistance to 2200 people from the villages of Zamok, Pogarysko, Monastyrok and about 1000 residents of Bartatov and Volya Bartatovsk.

It should be recalled that as of the end of November last year, LODA had announced a tender for the purchase of 159 tickets for available dispensaries.

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