On March 28, 2022, the Minister of Health of the Kyrgyz Republic Alymkadyr Beishenaliev, as part of a working visit to the Issyk-Kul region, got acquainted with the preparatory work for the launch of a mobile multi-diagnostic complex — the “health centers on wheels”.
The mobile medical complex vehicles provided to Kyrgyzstan through the Islamic Development Bank are allocated to the Tyup region of the country. The minister met with the local authorities to discuss and resolve some organizational issues related to the launch of clinics, such as supplying water and electricity, etc. Free health screenings for the population will begin in April.
This project is designed for 5 years, and throughout this time, the Islamic Development Bank will provide the mobile clinic with appropriate medicines, equipment and fuel, and cover the salaries of the doctors.
The mobile clinic includes laboratories, a CT scanner and a mammograph, an operating room, an X-ray unit, a gastroscope, a mobile screening center and a control center. The mobile clinics also include vans for transporting the population, including a class C ambulance.
Source: Press center of the Ministry of Healthcare of Kyrgyz Republic
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