Vladimir Putin visited the National Medical Research Center for Pediatric Hematology, Oncology and Immunology named after. Dmitry Rogachev. The President got acquainted with the work of the recently opened nuclear medicine building.
The president Vladimir Putin On November 8, I visited the National Medical Research Center for Pediatric Hematology, Oncology and Immunology (NMRC DGOI) named after. Dmitry Rogachev. On International Radiology Day, he got acquainted with the work of the recently opened nuclear medicine building, the Kremlin press service reported.
The new building began work as part of the National Medical Research Center DGOI in early November. It is expected that it will increase the volume of high-tech medical care.
Project for the construction of a nine-story nuclear medicine building with a total area of 11,994 m2 with the transition to the current main building was approved four years ago based on the results of a repeated state examination of the design and estimate documentation, MV reported. The building was planned to house a laboratory for the synthesis of radiopharmaceuticals, a GMP laboratory for genetic engineering technologies, diagnostic units and wards for treatment with radionuclide drugs, departments of neuro-oncology, oncology and pediatric surgery, as well as an operating unit with an intensive care unit. The total cost of expansion and reconstruction of the National Medical Research Center was estimated at 4.1 billion rubles.