Grand Medica is a modern multidisciplinary medical clinical center and one of the largest private medical centers in Russia.
The Medical Clinical Center is located in Novokuznetsk, Kemerovo Region. It occupates an area of more than 20 thousand square meters, includes a polyclinic complex designed for 160,000 visits per year, 5 surgeries with a total area of 1,700 square meters, a day hospital and a day-and-night hospital.
Grand Medica provides a full range of healthcare services, from consultations to high-tech surgical procedures and patient rehabilitation. The clinic focuses on surgical care and high-tech applications.
Grand Medica has state-of-the-art technological equipment to perform minimally invasive surgical procedures and treat various diseases.
The clinic's high status obliges it to provide the highest quality services aimed at the most comfortable stay in the clinic. The management invited the top restaurateurs to organize meals for patients. Besides, meals can be pre-ordered.
The best specialists of Kuzbass and neighboring regions are involved with clinical work. Its personnel includes more than 20 doctors of medicine and candidates of medicine. The staff members continuously improve their skills in leading Russian and foreign clinics, participate in conferences and workshops, and are actively engaged in scientific work. The clinic cooperates with regional educational institutions and sponsors a Continuing Medical Education Center, in which leading world experts regularly give master classes.
All engineering communications are computer-controlled by the so-called “smart hospital” system. Operating rooms are equipped with laminar airflow ventilation systems, which provide a high level of safety and completely eliminate contamination inside the hospital.
The Grand Medica Center guarantees:
expert level of operations of any complexity
surgical procedures performed in accordance with European safety standards
minimal surgical injury with maximum cosmetic result
accelerated rehabilitation and a high quality of life in the postoperative period.