The Mariinsky Hospital (from 1935 to 1992 - the hospital named after V.V. Kuybyshev ) is one of the oldest hospitals in St. Petersburg , which is a multidisciplinary hospital with about a thousand beds for patients.
|Mariinsky City Hospital|
|Subordination||Health Committee of the Government of St. Petersburg|
|Type of||city Hospital|
|The form||state budgetary institution of health care (GBUZ)|
|Head physician||Oleg Vladislavovich Emelyanov|
|Clinic. base for||SZGMU named after I.I. Mechnikov , SPbSPMU , VMedA , SPbGMU them. I.P. Pavlova , St. Petersburg State University|
|Served by||40,000 per year|
|Address||191014, St. Petersburg, Liteiny prospect, 56|
|Object of cultural heritage of Russia of federal significance|
reg. No. 781720972180006 ( EGROKN )
The central building is located at St. Petersburg , Liteiny Prospect , 56, and the hospital buildings occupy part of the block bounded by Liteiny Prospect, Nevsky Prospect , Zhukovsky Street and Mayakovsky Street .
- May 28, 1803 - the foundation of the hospital was marked by the laying of a stone at the base of the Church of St. Paul the Apostle with the inscription: “This stone is laid at the base of St. of the church in the Name of the Supreme Apostle Paul at a hospital built by the Educational Home for the poor, those who are being treated and are being treated without money ... ” The decision to establish a hospital was made by Empress Maria Fedorovna as a gift for the 100th anniversary of the city  .
- July 2, 1805 - consecration of the church and opening of the hospital.
- 1803 - 1828 - the hospital is under the direction of Empress Maria Feodorovna
- 1828 - after the death of the empress, the hospital receives the name "Mariinsky".
- 1831 - 1864 - I. V. Buyalsky is the "first consultant" of the hospital  .
- 1831 - 1832 and 1871 - 1873 - typhoid epidemics, 1846 - plague epidemic. Employees at the Mariinsky Hospital are actively fighting infections.
- 1889 - in memory of the trustee activities of Prince P.G. Oldenburgsky, a monument to him was erected in front of the hospital fence according to the project of the sculptor I.N. Schroeder . In Soviet times, a bowl traditional in medical symbolism was erected on the site of the monument, entwined with the snake Asclepius , and the sculptural image of the Prince of Oldenburg was lost.
- 1895 - Professor E.V. Pavlov becomes the head physician.
- 1905 - published in a separate edition, an essay on the history of the hospital for the first hundred years of its existence, written by G.I. Popov .
- 1914 - 1917 - during the First World War , the wounded were sent to the hospital. In the years 1917-1918, many recovering wounded, in connection with the revolutionary events and often the inability to travel, continued to be in the hospital. In the chambers there were both sympathizers of the revolution and its obvious opponents. According to the memoirs of contemporaries, heated discussions were held about the future of Russia and often in the morning people were missing in the wards - those around them preferred to be silent, knowing that at night some went to the Don.
- 1917 - during the days of the revolution, victims of street battles were sent to the hospital.
- 1918 - the Mariinsky Hospital became the "Hospital in memory of the victims of the revolution" , in the same year the church at the hospital was closed  .
- 1930 - a blood transfusion service was organized on the territory.
- 1935 - the hospital was named after V.V. Kuybyshev .
- 1937 - the trauma unit was created, which became the first in the city.
- 1941 - 1945 - during the years of World War II and the blockade in the hospital, residents and military personnel received medical assistance. Independent specialized hospitals and departments were created based on 785 “operational beds”. From the bombing suffered an operating annex with the Neurosurgical Institute, some departments, laundry, kitchen and other rooms. During the blockade, some employees died from starvation and shelling, but the hospital worked non-stop.
- 1955 - opening of the Medical School No. 6 on the territory of the hospital.
- 1999 - a department for the training of Orthodox sisters of mercy was opened in medical school No. 6.
- 2004 - 2008 - the main building under reconstruction  .
- Emergency department
- Urology Department
- Department of Vascular Surgery
- Gynecological department
- Otolaryngology Department
- Department of Traumatology and Orthopedics
- Department of Clinical Endoscopy
- Center for Robotic Surgery
- 1 neurological department
- 2 neurological department
- Department of Emergency Cardiology
- Heart surgery
- Neurosurgery Department
- X-ray diagnostic and treatment methods
- ORIT -1
- ORIT -2
- Department of Medical Rehabilitation
- Department of Physical Therapies
- Therapeutic department
- Cardiology Department
- Department of Functional Diagnostics
- Clinical and diagnostic department (commercial)
- Outpatient Ophthalmology Department
- Department of Ophthalmology
- X-ray department
- Department of X-ray computed tomography
- Department of Magnetic Resonance Imaging
- Department of Ultrasound Diagnostics
- Department of Radionuclide Diagnostics
- Densitometry cabinet
- Clinical diagnostic laboratory
- Bacteriological laboratory
- Assisted Reproductive
- City Nephrology Center
- City center of occupational pathology
- Blood transfusion unit
- Pathology Department
- Department of Anesthesiology and Resuscitation
The main hospital building was designed by J. Quarenghi . They successfully applied the corridor layout of the building, and auxiliary services are located in the basement floor: kitchen, bathhouse, pantries; in the mezzanine - a pharmacy and examination rooms; on the upper floors there are chambers, a conference room and pantries.
The hospital houses 15 buildings, in which there are 18 clinical and 20 auxiliary units.
In the post-war years, the hospital was repeatedly repaired, and in the early 1960s, a “special building” was built behind the main building to treat representatives of the party nomenclature.
Today, the hospital employs more than 1000 people.
The Mariinsky Hospital is the basis of emergency medical care for residents of the central part of St. Petersburg (more than 500,000 people). Annually, more than 60,000 patients are treated at the hospital, of which about one third receive outpatient care. In surgical departments (more than 600 beds), about 12,000 operations are performed annually  .
- Church of St. Paul at the Mariinsky Hospital (Unavailable link) . Date of treatment March 29, 2008. Archived April 1, 2008.
- Medline.ru - Biomedical journal
- State Healthcare Institution City Mariinsky Hospital, St. Petersburg
- Mariinsky hospital: was and will be the best | Story-Press. ASN-info & Construction Weekly (link not available)
- SPB GBUZ "Mariinsky City Hospital" . SPB GBUZ "Mariinsky City Hospital". Date accessed August 21, 2019.
- Mariinsky City Hospital