Russian Hospitals Landscape

Krasnodar, Tyumen, and Rostov-on-Don—The Emerging Healthcare Hubs in Russia

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The report provides an overview of the Russian Hospital system, listing key regions and their hospitals landscapes. Key hospitals have been profiled for the regions, with details about their infrastructure, patient trends, department trends, and other relevant information. The regions selected include Moscow, St. Petersburg, Tyumen, Krasnodar, and Rostov-on Don. The total number of hospital beds by type is also discussed for each region. Other details provided include location, type of hospital, clinical specialties, and the installed base of capital equipment (on best effort basis).

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Executive SummaryKey FindingsScopeMarket Overview—Russian Hospital System Russian Healthcare System—OverviewRussian Healthcare System—Overview (continued)Russian Healthcare System—Overview (continued)Russia—List of Federal DistrictsTypes of HospitalsTypes of Hospitals (continued)Types of Hospitals (continued)Spending on HealthcareFederal Compulsory Medical Insurance Fund (FFOMS)Top Beneficiaries of FFOMS FundsHospital Profiles by Key RegionsTop 5 RegionsMoscow Region and MoscowOverviewHospital DemographicsMoscow—Hospital ProfilesBlokhin Cancer Research Centre—Russian Academy of Medical SciencesBlokhin Cancer Research Centre—Russian Academy of Medical Sciences (continued)R&D Institute—Named After Hertzen of the Ministry of Healthcare of the Russian FederationR&D Institute—Named After Hertzen of the Ministry of Healthcare of the Russian Federation (continued)JSC Medicina—Sofia Cancer CentreMajor Healthcare ProvidersSt. Petersburg and LeningradOverviewHospital DemographicsSt. Petersburg—Hospital ProfilesDiagnostic Treatment Centre of the International Institute of Biological Systems—Named After Dr. Sergey Berezin (LDC MIBS)Scandinavia (AVA-Peter)Federal Almazov Medical Research CentreFederal Almazov Medical Research Centre (continued)KrasnodarOverviewHospital DemographicsKrasnodar—Hospital ProfilesRegional Clinical Hospital №1—Named After S.V. OchapovskySverdlov Regional Clinical Hospital №1Sverdlov Regional Clinical Hospital №1 (continued)Major Healthcare ProvidersTyumenOverviewHospital DemographicsTyumen—Hospital ProfilesRegional Clinical Hospital №2Tyumen Cardiology CentreFederal Centre for NeurosurgeryMajor Healthcare Providers in TyumenRostov-on-DonOverviewHospital DemographicsRostov-on-Don—Hospital ProfilesRostov Regional Clinical HospitalMajor Healthcare ProvidersMajor Healthcare Providers (continued)Legal Disclaimer

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