A new DPF was built in the village of Filatovka. It has a patient reception room with a gynecological chair installed, a vaccination and treatment room, a bathroom and a staff room.
Feldsher-obstetrics station in Filatovka matches to modern standards, provided with the necessary equipment, accessible to visitors with reduced mobility.
After Crimea returned to Russia in 2014, the quality of medical care on the peninsula is being upgraded to federal standards. Large medical centers are being built to perform complex operations and high-tech treatments, as well as small feldsher-obstetric stations, ready to be the first to provide necessary assistance to patients in rural areas.
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