Medical tourism

V. S. Gumilevskaya maternity hospital No. 1 in Tula is a modern medical institution that provides high-level services to the population.

It is an institution with a rich history and an old tradition of providing obstetric care to women. The maternity hospital was opened on December 19, 1926 and was the only maternity hospital in Tula. More than half of the population of Tula was born within the walls of this maternity hospital. The maternity hospital is Located in the historical center of Tula, on Revolutsii street, 4.

In 2008, after a major renovation of the building, the renovated maternity hospital opened its doors to the female population.The maternity hospital has a capacity of 160 beds and is equipped with modern diagnostic and medical equipment, which makes it possible to provide high-quality medical care to the mother and newborn.

The maternity hospital employs highly qualified medical staff. The institution is the clinical base of the Department of obstetrics and gynecology of the medical Institute of Tula state University.

The advantages of a maternity hospital are the joint stay of the mother and child from the moment of birth to discharge, early application of the newborn to the breast, laying the baby on the mother's stomach in the first minutes of life. Neonatologists of the maternity hospital focus young mothers on natural feeding as much as possible. Epidural anesthesia is widely used, both during surgery and during childbirth through the natural birth canal.

Women's consultation in the GUZ "Maternity hospital No. 1 of Tula named after V. S. Gumilevskaya" provides outpatient care of obstetrical and gynecological profile. Specialists of the women's consultation provide qualified support for a woman throughout the entire period of pregnancy. Every year, the specialists of the consultation perform more than 40 thousand preventive visits, 12.5 thousand requests for the disease, and more than 30 thousand diagnostic tests.

If you have any questions, you can contact the chief physician Elena Makarova (phone (4872) 55-50-66); the Deputy chief physician for medical work Igor Kopyrin phone (4872) 50-53-41 or by e-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.