The following is a List of hospitals in Russia. The list includes links to notable hospital articles.

Hospitals

There were 5,300 hospitals in Russia in 2018.[1] The earliest Russian hospitals were established in the 18th century. The hospitals listed in the table below are some of the notable hospitals in Russia during its history. The table includes the name, city in which the hospital is located, year the hospital was established, pertinent comments and references. Many hospitals have more complete articles in the Russian Wikipedia.

Golitsyn hospital in 1884 (from N.A. Naydenov's album
Golitsyn hospital in 1884 (from N.A. Naydenov's album
Alexander Hospital in 1878
Alexander Hospital in 1878
Hospitals in Russia
Name Location Year Established Comments, Reference
Alexander Hospital St. Petersburg 1842 [2]
Anglo-Russian Hospital Petrograd 1915–1918 [3]
Botkin Hospital (formerly Soldatyonkovskaya Hospital) Moscow 1910 [4]
Bakhrushin Brothers Hospital Moscow 1887
Central Clinical Hospital Moscow 1957 [5]
Central Clinical Hospital of the Moscow Patriarchate Moscow 1903 founded by the Russian Orthodox Church[6]
Children's Hospital of St. Mary Magdalene St. Petersburg 1829 [7]
City Clinical Hospital No. 4 (formerly Pavlovskaya Hospital) Moscow 1763 [8]
City Clinical Hospital No. 23 Moscow 1866 [9]
City Clinical Hospital No. 63 Moscow
City Clinical Hospital No. 67 (named after L. A. Vorokhobov) Moscow 1959 [10]
City hospital No. 40 St. Petersburg 1740 [11]
Evangelical Hospital Moscow 1880 [12]
Federal Center of Neurosurgery Tyumen 2011 [13]
Golitsyn Hospital Moscow 1802 [14]
Lesnoye Sanatorium Tolyatti 1910 [15]
Main Military Clinical Hospital (named after N.N.Burdenko) Moscow 1706 first state medical institution in Russia[16]
Mariinskaya Hospital St. Petersburg 1803 [17]
Moscow Eye Hospital Moscow 1826 one of the oldest eye hospitals in the world (associated with the Helmholtz National Medical Research Center for Eye Diseases)[18]
N.A. Semashko City Hospital No. 1 Rostov-on-Don 1922 [19]
Novosibirsk Psychiatric Hospital No. 3 Novosibirsk 1929 [20]
Psychiatric Clinical Hospital No. 1, named after N. A. Alekseev Moscow 1894 [21]
Russian Ilizarov Scientific Center for Restorative Traumatology and Orthopaedics Kurgan 1971 [22]
Serbsky Center Moscow 1921 [23]
St Petersburg Psychiatric Hospital of Specialized Type with Intense Observation St. Petersburg 1951 [24]
Sklifosovsky Research Institute of Emergency Medicine Moscow 1810 [25]
State Autonomous Healthcare Institution of the Yaroslavl Region Yaroslavl 1781 [26]
Yeleninskaya Hospital St. Petersburg 1909 [27]

See also

References

  1. ^ "Healthcare in Russia". Statista. Retrieved December 15, 2020.
  2. ^ Nicholas I of. On the establishment of a hospital in St. Petersburg for a laborer class of people // Complete collection of laws of the Russian Empire . Second meeting. - SPb. : Printing House of the II Department of His Imperial Majesty's Own Chancellery, 1843. - T. XVII. Branch first. 1842. No. 15541 . - S. 324-326
  3. ^ Harmer, Michael (1982). The Forgotten Hospital. Springwood Books. p. 117.
  4. ^ "History". Botkin Hospital. Retrieved December 15, 2020.
  5. ^ "About the Central Clinical Hospital". Central Clinical Hospital. Retrieved May 5, 2020. (in Russian)
  6. ^ Moscow: Encyclopedia / Ch. ed. S. O. Schmidt; comp .: M. Andreev, V. M. Karev. - M .: Great Russian Encyclopedia, 1997 .-- 976 p. - 100,000 copies - ISBN 5-85270-277-3 .
  7. ^ Ordin K. Board of Trustees of Public Charity Institutions in St. Petersburg. Essay on the activities for fifty years 1828-1878 . - SPb. : Printing house of the second department of His Imperial Majesty's own chancellery, 1878, page 595
  8. ^ Pirogov, N.I. Pirogov. "The history of the Pavlovsk hospital, FGBOU VO RNIMU". Russian Ministry of Health.
  9. ^ "City Clinical Hospital No. 23 named. Medsantrud - the history of the institut".
  10. ^ "History of the City Clinical Hospital № 67 named after L.A. Vorokhobova". (inaccessible link)
  11. ^ Scherbak S.G., Dokish Yu.M., Tereshin A.E. 35 years to the first in the USSR center of restorative medicine and rehabilitation. The historical essay. SPb, 2009. (in Russian).
  12. ^ O. Rassokhin Moscow on foot. The most interesting walks in the capital . - Moscow: Eksmo-Press, 2013 .-- 240 p. - ISBN 978-5-699-60629-0
  13. ^ Гладышев, Антон (April 27, 2011). В новом Федеральном центре нейрохирургии в Тюмени проведена первая операция (in Russian). Moscow. Channel One Russia. Retrieved June 17, 2013.
  14. ^ Moiseeva, M. Ilyin, T. (1979). Moscow and Moscow region. Reference book. Moscow, Leipzig: Art, Edification. pp. 519–584.((cite book)): CS1 maint: multiple names: authors list (link)
  15. ^ Decision of the Togliatti City Council, June 21, 2000, N 858 on the registry of historic and cultural monuments of the city.
  16. ^ Main clinical military hospital // Soviet Military Encyclopedia (in 8 volumes) / A.A. Grechko ( head of the editorial board of the commission). - M .: Military Publishing, 1976. - T. 2. - S. 567-568. - 640 p. - 105,000 copies
  17. ^ "Mariinskaya Hospital". Visit St Petersburg. Retrieved December 14, 2020.
  18. ^ Alekseevskaya eye hospital // Moscow: Encyclopedia / Ch. ed. S. O. Schmidt; comp .: M. Andreev, V. M. Karev. - M .: Great Russian Encyclopedia, 1997 .-- 976 p. - 100,000 copies - ISBN 5-85270-277-3 .
  19. ^ Елена Слепцова. (17 May 2012). "Не "холерные бараки", но памятник авангарда". Наше время. Retrieved 2014-04-11.
  20. ^ Ламин В. А. (2003). Энциклопедия. Новосибирск. Новосибирск: Новосибирское книжное издательство. p. 112. ISBN 5-7620-0968-8.
  21. ^ Moscow city institutions based on donations and capital donated to the Moscow city public administration during 1863-1904. Directmedia. 2013. ISBN 978-5446035663.
  22. ^ "The Ilizarov Centre today". ilizarov.ru. Archived from the original on 1 September 2012. Retrieved 3 August 2012.
  23. ^ "Serbsky Hospital reveals the secrets of its professional activity". Newsru. 28 November 2001. (in Russian)
  24. ^ Стяжкин В. Д. Историческая справка. Актуальные вопросы клинической, социальной и судебной психиатрии. (Мат. научно-практической конференции с международным участием «Лечебно-реабилитационная и профилактическая деятельность психиатрических учреждений, осуществляющих принудительное лечение»). СПб, 2001. С. 5—9. (in Russian)
  25. ^ "Sklifosovsky Research Institute of Emergency Medicine". Retrieved 17 June 2019.
  26. ^ V. I. Belyaev. Health care of Yaroslavl in the past and present; Yaroslavl Medical Institute. - Yaroslavl: Book. ed., 1961 . page 138
  27. ^ "Yeleninskaya Women's Cancer Hospital. A. G. and E. I. Eliseev".