A medical cluster, consisting of a clinic, hospital and ambulance station, will be built within three years in Polevo residential district located in the city Istra, the Moscow region of Russia.
This is what the press office of city administration told Interfax news agency on Wednesday.
“This year a medical cluster is being designed, the period of construction is scheduled for 2019. The project will cost about 5 billion rubles ($87 million — editor’s note)”, — the message reads.
The construction of the facility will not cause inconvenience to residents and would not affect existing residential neighborhoods.
“The level of transport accessibility of the medical center is significantly increased due to the construction of Istra’s southern bypass,” the head of city administration, Andrey Dunaev, stressed.