Healthcare Department of the Chelyabinsk

Chelyabinsk, ul. Svobodi, 145

Phone (351) 263-10-75

Head of Department: Natalia Vladimirovna Gorlova

Hours on personal matters: 2 and 4 Monday of the month from 16:00 to 17:30, pre-registration by phone (351) 263-46-02.

Phone to work with letters and appeals of citizens (351) 263-46-33

Position

Name

Phone

Deputy head of department, Head of Treatment and Prevention

Kireeva Inna Aleksandrovna

263-76-51

Deputy head of department, Head of planning and economic department

Podduba Saida Gennadievna

263-46-42

Head of the Department of Statistics and Analysis

Svyazhenina Maria Vladimirovna

263-06-43

Head of the General Department

Shapovalova Elena Vladislavovna

263-24-82

Head of organizational control department

Filatov MIkhail Sergeevich

263-46-02

Head of Logistics

Semenova Natalia Vladimirovna

237-48-04

Head of the Department of Information Technology

Podkorytov Sergei Nikolaevich

263-44-89

Head of Technical Department

Guseva Natalia Ivanovna

263-48-33

Chief Accountant

Markelova Lubov Nikolaevna 

263-39-84

Chief specialist (surgeon)

Seliverstov Oleg Vasilievich

721-24-00

Chief specialist (internist)

Palei Margarita Semenovna

236-36-81

Chief specialist (expert)

Lazurnaya Natalia Sergeevna

263-50-37

Chief Specialist

Sokolova Olesya Borisovna

263-05-91

The doctor - statistics (on paper with letters and applications of citizens)

Kargina Elena Vladimirovna

263-46-33

Chief nurse

Filyunina Irina Vasilievna

263-50-37

Deputy Head of Department, Head of the maternal and child health

Petrununa Irina Ivanovna

263-34-65

Deputy Head of maternal and child health

Moskovich Galina Isaakovna

264-54-16

Chief specialist (pediatrician)

Vasilkva Diniya Siyabekovna

263-62-59

Senior doctor (gynecologist)

Mokrinskaya Elena Abramovna

263-44-74

 

No vacancies.

Creation of a centralized system of health management in Chelyabinsk took place in the 20s of the XX century. During the civil war and the ensuing devastation healthcare went into decline because Kolchak led away with physicians. Hospitals (city, resettlement and infectious department of South Urals Railway) were filled with patients with cholera and smallpox. In 1924, the city has 35 physicians, 9 medical assistants, 36 nurses and 4 midwives. 355 hospital beds, 7 clinics and baby clinic have been deployed.

Resolution of the Plenum of the City Council on the organization City Healthcare Department was accepted October 1, 1927. It was headed by a working tannery S. A. Uskov, and it had two people. In the difficult time of industrialization the city turned into a huge construction site, which resulted in a significant increase in the population. Existing hospitals could not cope with the increased demand for medical care.

During this period, the city's healthcare system began to develop rapidly. Construction companies started immediately to build barracks for medical institutions. Hospitals of CHEMK, CTZ, Plant named after Ordzhonikidze were built in 30s. The number of hospital beds increased from 583 in 1930 to 2,341 in 1939. In 1940 1015 medical workers, and 362 physician orked in the city.

Despite the difficulties of war from 1941 to 1945, the material base of healthcare system continued to develop, personnel for medical institutions was trained. In the years of industrialization and the Great Patriotic War under the leadership of City Healthcare Department hard problem of treatment and preventive care was solved, growth of infectious diseases was suspended.

After World War II, industrial enterprises began to improve its base of medical institutions: the barracks torn down, buildind were constructed. Maternity hospital and children's health care institutions were built. A network of general hospitals was created. In the medical units at the industrial enterprises was the principle of preferential treatment of workers. At the initiative of City Healthcare Department a system of medical and engineering teams was developed and implemented. In its origins I. M. Matovsky was. There were headquarters on the enterprises operated on improvement of working conditions, reduce morbidity (including professional), much attention was paid to preventive measures: implement a comprehensive medical check-ups. This experience has been approved by the Ministry of Health and presented at the Exhibition of Economic Achievements.

In the 70s under the leadership of City Healthcare Department specialized medical assistance to the population was developed. An important role was played by Professor N. S. Turin (one of the founders of pediatric services), Professor N. Frolov and B. I. Medvedev (obstetrics), professor of P. E. Lukomsky, M. V. Burgsdorf and L. G. Fomina (therapeutic services), Professor Korabalnikov I. D., Povstyanoy N. E., Schwind G. N. and G. L. Ratner (surgical care). Under the leadership of Professor V.A. Krizhanovsky Chelyabinsk center of endocrinological surgery was created. It develops cardiovascular surgery, which make well-deserved respect beyond the Southern Urals. Its founder is Professor Y. I. Malsch and Professor A. A. Fokin. At the modern level Ophthalmic Services was developed (Prof. Katznelson A. B.) and Otolaryngology (Professor A. K. Minkovsky).

In the early 80-ies on the initiative of the Deputy Head. City Healthcare Department I. M. Matovsky at the expense of industrial enterprises balneary  was built - Russia's only spa facilities in the health system of the city, which was the basis for the development of the system of rehabilitation of patients.

In the early 80s  Emergency Hospital put into operation, which was merged with the ambulance station and a unified system of emergency care was created.

Health needed trained medical personnel. Medical Institute created in 1944 (evacuated from Kyiv Medical Institute) had important role in their preparation. In 1981, the Institute of Postgraduate Medical hospital-based ambulance was created. In order to prepare middle managers a medical school and school of excellence were opened.

History of the City Health cherishes the names of health care providers who have made significant contributions to the health of Chelyabinsk. A memorial plaque V. G. Zhukovsky, A. F. Beyvelyu, P. M. Tarasova, M. D. Kovrigina, V. A. Krizhanovsky, R. I. Lifshitz, G. F. Sinyakova, I. D. Korabel'nikova, S. I. Shmain, P. D. Sinitsyn, L. A. Geynovoy G. I. Grossman, P. E. Lukomsky, I. D. Levitte, N. S. Klukow were opened.