Turkmenistan to Construct New Modern Medical Facilities

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Turkmenistan to Construct New Modern Medical Facilities
The new International Scientific and Clinical Center of Physiology will consist of a scientific and clinical laboratory, departments of Admissions, Physiology and Diabetes.

A new International Scientific and Clinical Center of Physiology will appear in Turkmenistan’s capital of Ashgabat, the country’s Vice-Premier Shamuhammet Durdyliyev and Minister of Healthcare and Medical Industry Nurmuhammet Amannepesov reported on the project to President Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov during a working meeting held via video link on Thursday.

The new International Scientific and Clinical Center of Physiology will study diseases common in the country and the region, including diabetes mellitus, diseases of the upper respiratory tract, circulatory system and metabolism, TDH news agency reports.

The five-storey center will cover a total area of 6 hectares. The construction of a parking lot for 240 cars is planned on the territory adjacent to the center. The new center will also study the issues of the arid zone and will become a medical and preventive institution in this direction in the country.

The center will include a scientific and clinical laboratory, departments of Admissions, Physiology and Diabetes, as well as auditoriums for the relevant departments of the State Medical University named after Myrat Garriyev.

Deputy Prime Minister Durdyliyev and Minister Amannepesov also reported on another medical facility, the construction of which is planned in the capital – the project of the International Health and Rehabilitation Center.

In his report, Turkmen Minister said the 7-storey center will cover a total area of 6 hectares. The medical facility’s territory will also include a parking lot for 240 cars.

International Health and Rehabilitation Center will consist of departments located in special buildings for outpatient and inpatient rehabilitation of adults and children after surgery, long-term chronic diseases of the cardiovascular, nervous, endocrine, digestive, musculoskeletal and other systems, as well as educational and utility rooms.

The new center will strengthen people's health using latest technologies of modern medicine and without the use of drugs.