Central Clinical Hospital

Central Clinical Hospital

The Central Clinical Hospital of the Presidential Administration of the Russian Federation ( _ru. Центральная клиническая больница c поликлиникой Управления делами Президента Российской Федерации) (also called "Kremlin Hospital", "Kremlyovka" and the "Kremlin Clinic") is a heavily-guarded facility seven miles northwest of the Kremlin in an exclusive, wooded suburban area known as Kuntsevo. It's considered to be the best hospital in Russia and one of the best hospitals in the world. The hospital is guarded by the Federal Protective Service. The hospital has business contacts with many foreign medical organizations, which allows it to acquire invaluable experience in health care around the world. Among patients, political, business, cultural and scientific elite of Russia and representatives of the diplomatic corps. The hospital now accepts an increasing number of private, self-paying patients and it is common to pay for your treatment. While the hospital is open to the public and anyone may theoretically be admitted and treated there, its fees and charges are well beyond the means of most Russians and so it retains its elitist image.

External links

* [http://www.cchp.ru The official site of the hospital]


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