MedInvestGroup will open a multidisciplinary clinic in Skolkovo in 2023

MedInvestGroup will open a multidisciplinary clinic in Skolkovo in 2023

In 2023, the multidisciplinary medical center MedInvestGroup (MIG) will begin work on the territory of the International Medical Group in Skolkovo. The company will invest 6 billion rubles in the project.

The multidisciplinary medical center MIG in Skolkovo will start accepting patients in 2023. It is expected that construction work on the joint venture of the group and the International Medical Cluster Foundation will be completed by the end of this year. MedInvestGroup’s investments amount to 6 billion rubles. The funds will be used for finishing and equipping the clinic building.

In a five-storey building with an area of ​​50,000 square metres2 It will be located: an outpatient complex with a full list of specialties and its own check-in center, a children’s clinic, an adult and children’s hospital with a full-cycle diagnostic center, a maternity hospital with 22 beds and 4 maternity wards. In addition, a center for clinical trials of drugs will operate on the basis of the clinic. The medical institution will be able to receive more than 200 thousand patients annually.

About 15% of the medical center’s physicians will be from foreign partner clinics: the Spanish Children’s Hospital Saint-Joan-de-Dieu, as well as the French clinics: Surgery – Saint Charles and the Cancer Center Lyon-Perard. At the same time, in accordance with the Federal Law “On Medical Mass”, foreign medicines, medical devices and treatment protocols allowed in OECD countries will be available on the territory of the clinic.

Head of MedInvestGroup Sergey Notov She expects the clinic in Skolkovo to become the main platform for the transfer of foreign medical technologies to Russia.




Recall: in 2020, the revenue of MedInvestGroup Group amounted to 12.3 billion rubles. and 49% higher than in 2019. Revenue growth was significantly impacted by the development of the oncology business, involvement in providing care for patients with COVID-19 and several large transactions.

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