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Krymsk clinics pass to routine medical aid to people

July 23, 2012, 0:44 UTC+3
The minister examined a hospital, temporary stations for injured people, a mobile hospital
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Photo ITAR-TASS

Photo ITAR-TASS

MOSCOW, July 23 (Itar-Tass) —— The medical institutions in Krymsk are passing to routine medical aid to people, Russian Health Minister Veronika Skvortsova said after a trip to Krymsk on Sunday.

“The minister examined a hospital, temporary stations for injured people, a mobile hospital and had a meeting with the local authorities over the aid to wounded people,” the press service of the Health Ministry reported.

“Thanks to joint efforts of the medics in the Krasnodar Territory and doctors, who are giving aid to injured people from the federal centres, the growth of the incidence rate in the region, where the tragedy occurred, was averted. The medics are passing from anti-epidemiological measures and urgent aid over the emergency situation to routine measures and the development of the health-saving technologies,” the minister said.

The medical examination stations were opened in the city, where all people can pass a full medical examination, particularly with the use of the high-technological medical equipment, including ultrasonic scanning and X-ray analysis.

“A mobile health centre, which was set up by the regional health ministry, operates in Krymsk so that all people will be able to pass a medical examination. This health centre is one of the best health centres in Russia by its capabilities. So, all residents and guests of Krymsk will be able to pass a medical examination,” Skvortsova underlined.

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