The first medical faculty in the Moscow region was opened at Moscow Region State University.

The solemn event was attended by Andrey Plutnitsky, Director of the Department of Project Activities of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation, who read out a greeting speech to the professors and students of Moscow Region State University from the Minister of Health of the Russian Federation Mikhail Murashko. The guests of the event were also Alexey Sapanyuk, Deputy Minister of Health of the Moscow Region, Anatoly Domnikov, chairman of the trade union of healthcare workers of the Russian Federation, Philip Paleev, First Deputy General Director of the National Medical Research Center of Cardiology.

At 10:00, students raised the flag of the Medical Faculty of Moscow Region State University to the sounds of the anthem. Then everybody went on a tour of the lecture halls. The guests were shown classrooms with anatomical preparations and modern equipment. They also presented a new discipline for medical education “Fundamentals of Technical and Anatomical Drawing”, developed jointly with the Faculty of Fine Arts and Folk Crafts of Moscow Region State University. Then everyone could get acquainted with the laboratory of experimental biology and biotechnology of the Scientific and Educational Center of Moscow Region State University.

Then the medical students were solemnly handed student tickets. The first-year student, who entered as a prize-winner of the All-Russian Olympiad of Schoolchildren, was presented with a branded linen coat.

 

On September 1, 50 students who entered on a budget basis and more than 100 students under a contract began studying at the medical faculty of Moscow Region State University.

Future doctors will be trained for 6 years in the specialty “Medical Business”.

Clinical bases of the Faculty of Medicine are the best clinics in Moscow and the Moscow region.

 

The Medical Faculty of Moscow Region State University is located in Mytishchi at the address: Very Voloshinoy str., 24, academic building No. 5.