A new stage in the work of mobile polyclinics began in Odesa Region

10 January 2019, 11:50
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In 2019, in the framework of the "Mobile Polyclinic" project, further departures to the rayons and medical examinations of the population of the Odessa region. So, on January 9, two teams of specialists conducted free examination of patients in the Ananev and Podilsky districts.

"In the new year on the first day of the" Mobile Polyclinic "doctors examined more than 400 residents who needed diagnostics. In Ananivskyi district, specialists worked in the village of Dolinskoe, and in Podolsk in Novoselivka. Reviews of patients were carried out in the direction of the family doctor ", - stressed the director of the Department of Health of the RSA Olena Teryaeva.

According to the results of the surveys, patients received recommendations for further treatment or referral to highly specialized institutions.

Thus, the first wave of reviews in Ananievsky district is now over, and in Podilsky continues - in the turn of the village Nestoyta and Lipetsk. Also, mobile clinics have begun work in Lyubashevsky district, where residents of Lyubashevka, Zelenogorsky and Troitsk will be covered.

Note that each brigade of the "Mobile Polyclinics" physicians includes: cardiologist, ophthalmologist, endocrinologist, gynecologist, ultrasound doctor, X-ray laboratory. Telemedicine is used to diagnose if necessary.

Recall that initiated the project "Mobile Polyclinic" chairman of the Odessa Regional Administration Maxim Stepanov. It is part of the reform of rural medicine, which was launched by the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko. The project involves identifying the most common diseases at an early stage and further sending patients for examination and treatment at highly specialized care facilities. It is planned that during the first wave of reviews experts will visit 75 settlements of the region and will examine about 20 thousand rural population.