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       The Clinical emergency hospital named after N. V. Solovyov is the oldest medical institution in Yaroslavl region and has more than 230 years of surgical experience. Currently, it is a modern medical institution that provides specialized and high-tech medical care in the field of traumatology and orthopedics, as well as having the osteoporosis center, which introduced the first Russian secondary fracture prevention service.

Больница им. Н.В Соловьева 1 корпус






Больница им. Н.В Соловьева (новый корпус)

Больница им. Н.В Соловьева (осень)


      Endoprosthetics and arthroscopic reconstructive operations on the knee, hip, shoulder and elbow joints are at a modern level using recognized world manufacturers’ equipment and consumables.

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      Thanks to large accumulated experience, fine surgical technique, modern equipment, multidisciplinary approach and the possibility of interaction of multidirectional specialists, many of whom are leaders in their areas, we provide consistently high-quality medical care.

List of medical services

Department of joint replacement and arthroscopy:
- replacement of knee, hip, shoulder and elbow joints
- arthroscopic reconstructive operations on various joints
Since its organization the Department has been actively engaged in surgical activities, providing medical care to patients with hip fractures, injuries and diseases of the hip, knee and the shoulder joints. Operations are performed to replace large joints on patients with arthrosis of any stage.

Orthopedic traumatologists work in close cooperation with rheumatologists of the osteoporosis center, this allows us to assess the state of the bone system in a complex. The specialists of the center conduct examination for osteoporosis, determine bone mineral density. The examination is performed using x-ray osteodensitometry and a wide spectrum of laboratory research.

Department of hand surgery, reconstructive and plastic surgery.
The specialists of the department provide assistance for injuries of the upper limb from ordinary damage to severe destruction requiring complex recovery operations, up to the replantation of detached segments of the hand.
Another area of work is reconstructive surgery on injuries consequences:
- inveterate damage to tendons and nerves, rough tightening scars
- reconstructive operations on absent fingers
- operation on incorrectly consolidated or non-consolidated fractures of the forearm bones
- congenital deformity of the hand
- arthroscopic restoration of the shoulder joint
- arthroplasty of the elbow joint

The Department is one of the centers accredited by Federation of the European Societies for the Surgery of the Hand (FESSH).
The department's doctors are members of Russian Society of Hand Surgeons and Federation of the European Societies for the Surgery of the Hand (FESSH) and International Federation of Society for Surgery of the Hand (IFSSH).
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Contact Information

11, Zagorodniy sad, Yaroslavl, 150003, RUSSIA on map

Email address:  bolnsolov@yandex.ru


Additional information materials

Legislative Acts on the Rights of Foreign Citizens for Obtaining Medical Care:

– Federal Law No. 115-FZ “On Legal Status of Foreign Citizens in the Russian Federation” dated 25/07/2002, Article 2:

  • «A foreign citizen in the Russian Federation is a natural person who is not a citizen of the Russian Federation and who has proof of citizenship (nationality) of a foreign state;»
  • conditions of legality of the stay of foreign citizens in the Russian Federation (residence/residence status):

    1. a foreign citizen temporarily staying in the Russian Federation is a person who arrived in the Russian Federation on the basis of a visa or in a manner that does not require a visa, and has received a migration card but does not have a residence permit.

    2. a foreign citizen temporarily residing in the Russian Federation is a person who has received a temporary residence permit in the form of a mark in a document certifying the identity of a foreign citizen and recognized by the Russian Federation in this capacity, or in the form of a document according to forms approved by the Federal migration service (FMS) of the Russian Federation.

    3. a foreign citizen permanently residing in the Russian Federation is a person who has received a residence permit issued by the FMS of the Russian Federation.

 

– Federal Law No. 323-FZ “On Principles for Protection of Citizens’ Health in the Russian Federation” dated 21/11/2011, Article 19, part 3, 4;

    3. The right to medical assistance of foreign citizens residing and staying in the territory of the Russian Federation is established by the legislation of the Russian Federation and relevant international treaties of the Russian Federation. Stateless persons permanently residing in the Russian Federation enjoy the right to medical care on an equal basis with citizens of the Russian Federation, unless otherwise provided by international treaties of the Russian Federation.

    4. The procedure for providing medical assistance to foreign citizens is determined by the Government of the Russian Federation

– Federal Law No. 326-FZ “On Compulsory Health Insurance (CHI)” dated 29/11/2010, Article 10, which establishes the list of insured persons in this field;

    Section 10. Insured Persons

    The insured persons are citizens of the Russian Federation, foreign citizens permanently or temporarily residing in the Russian Federation, stateless persons (with the exception of highly qualified specialists and members of their families in accordance with Federal Law of July 25, 2002 N 115-FZ "On the Legal Status of Foreign Citizens in Of the Russian Federation "), as well as persons entitled to medical care in accordance with the Federal Law" On Refugees ":

    1) working under an employment contract or a civil law contract, the subject of which is the performance of work, the provision of services, as well as under a contract of copyright order or a license contract;

    2) self-supporting themselves with work (individual entrepreneurs, private notaries, lawyers);

    3) being members of peasant (farmer) farms;

    4) who are members of family (clan) communities of indigenous smaller peoples of the North, Siberia and the Far East of the Russian Federation, living in areas of the North, Siberia and the Far East of the Russian Federation, engaged in traditional economic sectors;

    5) non-working citizens:

    a) children from the day of birth until they reach the age of 18;

    b) non-working pensioners, regardless of the reason for the appointment of a pension;

    c) full-time citizens in educational institutions of primary vocational, secondary vocational and higher professional education, unemployed citizens registered in accordance with the legislation on employment;

    e) one of the parents or guardian engaged in caring for the child until he reaches the age of three years;

    f) capable citizens engaged in caring for children with disabilities, persons with disabilities of group I, persons who have reached the age of 80;

    g) other citizens who are not working under an employment contract and are not specified in subparagraphs "a" - "e" of this paragraph, with the exception of military personnel and persons equated to them in the organization of medical care.

    – Agreement “On Mutual Provision of Equal Rights to Citizens of the Republic of Belarus, the Republic of Kazakhstan, the Kyrgyz Republic and the Russian Federation in Emergency and Urgent Medical Care Delivery” dated 24/11/1998;

    – Letter of the Ministry of Healthcare of Russia No. 10-4/54705-14ВС “On Medical Care Delivery to Foreign Citizens” dated 24/10/2008; –

    Letter of the Ministry of Healthcare of Russia No.2854-РХ

    “Information about Organization of Medical Care for Citizens of the Republic of Belarus Permanently or Temporarily Residing in the Constituent Entities of the Russian Federation” dated 18/04/2008.

– Decree of the Government of the Russian Federation No. 186 “On Approval of the Regulations for Providing Medical Care to Foreign Citizens in the Territory of the Russian Federation” dated 06/03/2013;

    Regulations for Providing Medical Care to Foreign Citizens in the Territory of the Russian Federation

    1. These regulations determine the procedure for providing medical care to foreign citizens in the territory of the Russian Federation.

    2. Medical care to foreign citizens who stay (reside) temporarily or permanently in the Russian Federation, is provided by medical and other organizations carrying out medical activities, regardless of their legal form of organization, as well as individual entrepreneurs carrying out medical activities (hereinafter – medical organizations).

    3. Emergency medical care for sudden acute diseases, conditions, exacerbation of chronic diseases that pose a threat to the patient’s life is provided to foreign citizens by medical organizations free of charge.

    4. Foreign citizens who are insured  in accordance with the Federal Law “On Compulsory Medical Insurance in the Russian Federation” have the right for free medical care within the framework of compulsory medical insurance.

    5. Emergency, including specialized emergency, medical care is provided to foreign citizens in case of diseases, accidents, injuries, poisonings and other conditions requiring urgent medical intervention.

    State Medical organizations  and municipal health systems provide the abovementioned medical care to foreign citizens free of charge.

    6. Medical care in an urgent form (except for emergency, including specialized emergency medical care) and planned form is provided to foreign citizens in accordance with contracts for provision of paid medical services or voluntary health insurance contracts and (or) concluded in favor of foreign citizens referred to in paragraph 4 of these Regulations, contracts in the field of compulsory health insurance.

    7. Medical care in a planned form may be delivered provided that a foreign citizen submits written guarantees of fulfillment of the obligation to pay the actual cost of medical services or prepay medical services based on the expected volume of these services (except for cases of medical care in accordance with paragraph 4 of these Regulations) as well as the necessary medical documentation (extract from the medical history, clinical, radiological, laboratory and other studies, if any.

    8. After the treatment of a foreign citizen is completed, an extract from the medical documentation indicating the period when the medical care was being provided, treatment and medical rehabilitation in a medical organization, as well as preventive and diagnostic measures, are sent to his address or the address of a legal or natural person representing the interests of such foreign citizen.

    Medical documentation sent from the Russian Federation to another state is filled in in the Russian language.

    9. Invoices for actually provided medical care are sent by a medical organization to the address of a foreign citizen or a legal or natural person representing the interests of a foreign citizen within 10 days after the termination of treatment, unless otherwise provided by the contract in accordance with which it was provided (except for cases of medical care in accordance with paragraph 4 of these Regulations).

    10. Disputes related to the provision of medical care or late payment of invoices for actually provided medical care are resolved in the manner prescribed by the legislation of the Russian Federation.

    11. In the event that an international treaty of the Russian Federation establishes a different procedure for providing medical care to foreign citizens, the regulations of the international treaty shall apply.

    In the Address of the President of the Russian Federation to the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation dated March 1, 2018, Vladimir Putin emphasized the need for developing healthcare and export services in the field of medicine and tourism.