On 20 December 2017, CPC General Director Nikolay Gorban and City Parliament Chairman A. Shatalov inaugurated after refurbishment Polyclinic No. 2. Caspian Pipeline Consortium allocated RUR 48 million for the charity project of polyclinic refurbishment. Work started in November 2016. Construction workers replaced all service lines, roof, floors, windows, doors, reinforced the walls by shotcreting. Also, finishing work was performed in the lobby, rooms, service and auxiliary premises.
A two-story annex to the main building was erected that increased the area by almost 200 m2 to reach the total of about 940 m2. Besides, the CPC charity funds were used for polyclinic landscaping, including planting of vegetation, installation of benches and a shaded shelter.
The refurbishment produced 12 new doctor rooms and increased the medical institution capacity from 200 to 400 patients a day. The building was equipped with state-of-the-art security systems: video surveillance and fire safety facilities.