Despite the fact that the Government constantly reports about allocations of considerable amounts for the reforms in health care, the situation with our hospitals remains the same. In the regions, most hospitals are in a terrible condition, the conditions of patients care may be called critical, and the quality of the provided services is far from perfect. Next, we propose to have a look at the photos that show more clearly what is happening in our hospitals.
Kislovodsk, July 2016. Central City Hospital, Department of Surgery. A ward for patients after surgery
Elektrostal, 40 km from the Moscow Beltway. October 2015. Central City Hospital, Department of Children’s Infectious Diseases
Prokhladny, Kabardino-Balkaria. February 2015. City Hospital, Department of Infectious Diseases
Bratsk, October 2014. City Children’s Hospital, Department of Surgery
Simferopol, January 2015. Children’s Hospital No. 5, Department of Pulmonology. Stopframes from a video taken with a mobile phone by the mother of one of the children.
Saint Petersburg, July 2016. The city Botkin infectious Hospital
The same place, October 2015
By the way, as reported by the regional media, the Chief Physician at the Botkin Infectious Hospital, Alexei Yakovlev, declared for 2015 the income of 9.197 million rubles ($150 thousand). And in 2014, he earned 7.5 million rubles.
Saint Petersburg, March 2016. City Hospital No. 15, Department of Therapy
Iekaterinburg, September 2015. City Hospital No. 2, Maternity Welfare Center. A WC for pregnant women
Ekaterinburg, August 2014. City Hospital No. 25
Smolensk, October 2015 Regional Psychiatric Hospital (“Gedeonovka”). This is the main psychiatric hospital in the region founded in 1905 in the village of Gedeonovka (a suburb of Smolensk). The entrance to the Women’s Department of Gerontology (elderly women).
Children’s Department at the Gedeonovka Hospital (October 2015)
Nefteyugansk, March 2016. County Clinical Hospital n.a. V. I. Yatskikh. This is the main hospital in the Khanty-Mansijsk Autonomous District. And the district itself is the main Russian oil producer. In 2015, 243 million tons of oil were produced here, which is more than in Kuwait and Norway together. In the monetary equivalent, it was about 90 billion dollars.
The same place, August 2015.
Novosibirsk, November 2015. City Hospital No. 25, Department of Purulent Surgery