Russia’s first pre-university medical education center in the Bryansk Region will allow the region to preserve its medical personnel and facilitate the implementation of the Healthcare national project.
Bryansk Region Governor Alexander Bogomaz spoke about it at the 8th Slavonic International Economic Forum, which is taking place in Bryansk with the support of the Invest Foresight online business magazine.
“There are 46 regional projects in 10 areas of the country’s development. The Healthcare project is the most important in terms of the preservation and multiplying of human capital,” Bogomaz said. “Russia’s first pre-university medical education center has opened recently, providing training for 120 school students with the assistance of experts from the Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University. Up to 300 students will be enrolled next year.”