The Semeynaya chain of medical centers opened its own 24-hour hospital in Moscow for the hospitalization of neurological and therapeutic patients.
The Family network announced the opening of a new center – a 24-hour hospital with 47 beds. The center’s website states that it is the official base of the Department of Nervous Diseases of the Institute of Advanced Studies of the First Moscow State Medical University named after. THEM. Sechenov, who will oversee the treatment process there.
“The specialization of the hospital is planned patients with therapeutic (non-Covid pneumonia, hypertension, bronchial asthma, diabetes mellitus, etc.) and neurological diseases (pain syndromes, neurodegenerative diseases, multiple sclerosis, extrapyramidal disorders, etc.), as well as inpatient examination of patients within the framework of the Center for Complex Diagnosis,” the medical director of the Semeynaya chain of clinics explained to MV. Pavel Brand.
According to him, up to 10 thousand patients visit the network’s clinics every month with problems requiring hospitalization or in-depth examination in a hospital setting.
“Investments in the project are conditional: we repurposed the existing bed stock and obtained the necessary licenses. We had a spare floor, which was planned for second-line oncology, but we decided to do neurology and therapy there,” Brand explained.
The website of the clinic network indicates that from 2011 to 2019, the total annual patient flow increased from 2.3 to 4.8 million visits. In the ranking of the largest private clinics in Russia according to Forbes for 2020, Semeynaya took 13th place with annual revenue in 2019 of 3.28 billion rubles. The holding includes 23 centers, including the Denta-El dental network and the Scientific and Practical Center for Surgery, a multidisciplinary hospital providing a wide range of surgical care, including plastic surgery.