Dmitry Pinevich highly appreciated the level of medical care in Zhodino

Health Minister Dmitry Pinevich paid a working visit to the central city hospital in Zhodino on March 29, the press service of the Ministry of Health reports.

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According to the minister, decent wages, professional growth, social package, housing, the right to professional risk and its protection, communications (psychological climate and involvement in decision-making in the institution) are the main directions of development of the healthcare system in the coming years.

The Minister of Health met with medical workers in Zhodino. He also answered questions about the creation of a residency institute, the possibility of obtaining special education in colleges, etc.

Referring to the issue of covid allowances for doctors, the minister noted that the level of salaries of medical workers in the future should be kept at the same level as now - during the pandemic. According to Dmitry Pinevich, from the fall of last year to the spring of this year, the state allocated an additional 1 billion rubles to pay for the work of medical workers fighting with covid.

After talking with medical workers, the minister visited the departments, which are now re-profiled for the treatment of patients with COVID-19. The head physician of the hospital, Tatyana Nikiforova, said that if earlier there were about 140 covid beds, now there are 70. The number of cases has not been growing for the last week. The minister noted the good material base of the branches. At the same time, he emphasized that it is very important to explain to patients the obligation to stay in a pr-position.

Dmitry Pinevich said that he is familiar with the health care system in Zhodino and estimates the level of medical care as very high. “Today I not only talked to the team, but together with the hospital management worked out the issue of installing high-tech diagnostic devices - in the short term it is CT, in the more distant future - MRI,” he said.


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