Aftercare hospital (the branch of Mogilev Regional Medical and Diagnostic Centre) which was built in the resort zone “Liubuzh” (Mogilev district) corresponds to the best world standards. The conclusion is made by the Prime Minister of Belarus Sergey Sidorsky at the opening ceremony of the hospital on April, 27.
The idea of an aftercare hospital for the people suffered from Chernobyl disaster dated back to 1989. But the project didn’t get enough financial support to be realized. Thanks to the head of the state Alexander Lukashenko, the decision was made to restore the construction.
The project got a new design worked out by the best specialists – engineers, constructors and doctors. Hard work had its result – a modern multi-functional aftercare centre. It took over 4 years and Br48 bln to build it. The centre is supplied with modern medical facilities that let apply progressive and advanced techniques.