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24 January, 2015 17:02

10 outpatient clinics built in Aktobe region last year

10 outpatient clinics put into commission in Aktobe region within the project “Construction of 350 outpatient clinics, feldsher-midwife stations and polyclinics. ”
10 outpatient clinics built in Aktobe region last  year | Strategy2050.kz

38.7 million tenge allocated  for  construction from the local budget and 133.3 million tenge – from the state budget.

Health care financing in the region for 2014 amounted to 30.9 billion tenge, including 27.8 billion tenge in the framework of guaranteed free medical care.

Improvement of technologies department and organization of health care had a positive impact on the health and demographic trends that contributed to the improvement of basic health indicators. For the reporting year shows a positive demographics, rising birth rate, an increase in the natural increase, total mortality.

The birth rate in comparison with the same period in 2013 increased by 1.5% (24.08% in 2014, 23.71%  in 2013). Natural increase grew by 4.1% (17.29% in 2014; 16.60% in 2013), the republican indicator - 15.68%.  Life expectancy Increased up to 71.1 years (70.29  in 2013).

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