Reserve group formed by Osh State University to help address the shortage of medical staff in regional hospitals in Osh
The reserve group, formed to help address the shortage of medical staff in regional hospitals in Osh, includes 35 teachers, 120 residents, 10 nurses and 70 sixth-year medical students.
According to the press service of the university, from July 6, they are undergoing a training webinar on coronavirus. In addition to dormitories of Osh State University were reorganized into inpatient hospitals for the treatment of coronavirus patients, which currently has 500 beds and employs teachers, residents and students. On July 7, the hospital began to receive patients.
Currently, more than 30 doctors working at Osh State University work in observatories in Osh, Jalal-Abad and Batken oblasts, more than 20 doctors in isolation, about 30 doctors in reception centers, operational headquarters, more than 300 doctors in various medical institutions.
Currently, the medical clinic of Osh State University operates as a 40-bed hospital for the treatment of coronavirus patients.