Buses, equipped with medical equipment, acquired all of the central district hospital of the Leningrad region. This was told by the governor of the region Valery Serdyukov during his meeting with the veterans of the Great Patriotic War in the Kirov region.
As the head of the region, each central hospital (CDH) commissioned by bus, equipped with modern medical equipment — a total of 21 vehicles.
"These buses are purchased specifically to serve the medical residents of remote villages in which poor hospital or can not do all the necessary tests. Buses depart on call as well as to routine inspection to all areas of the Leningrad region. In the modern medical equipment in the bus can be done, for example, a cardiogram or ultrasound. Data is sent to the district hospital, and the doctor is working on the site"- Told in the regional government.