The temporary hospital in the Miseluk neighbourhood in Novi Sad, which construction and equipping cost over RSD 8 billion, became operational today.
The facility, spanning 19,500 square metres, will serve as a city hospital once the Covid-19 pandemic ends. The hospital has two operating rooms, an angiography room, two X-ray machines, two scanners, an endoscopy room, a laboratory, five outpatient clinics and eight dialysis points, Radio and Television of Vojvodina (RTV) reports.
The director of the Clinical Centre of Vojvodina (KCV), Edita Stokic, stated earlier that the first patients of the new Covid-hospital in Novi Sad would be the ones that are already hospitalized at KCV.
Stokic says that the new hospital will have 616 beds, of which 212 in the intensive care unit and 404 in the semi-intensive care.
The opening was attended by the Prime Minister of Serbia, Ana Brnabić, the Health Minister of Serbia, Zlatibor Lončar, the Mayor of Novi Sad, Milos Vučević and the Vojvodinian Health Secretary, Zoran Gojković.
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