Born on 9 January 1967 in Sverdlovsk.

1986–1988: Served in the Armed Forces of the USSR Ministry of the Interior.

1992: Graduated from the Order of the Red Banner Urals State Medical Institute.

1992–1996: Resident physician, obstetrician-gynaecologist at a regional hospital in Syktyvkar.

March 1996: Appointed deputy chief doctor on consultative and diagnostic work, and a doctor of the Komi Republic Perinatal Centre six months later.

1996–2000: Chief Doctor of the Republic Medical Association.

2000–2006: Chief Doctor of the Republic Perinatal Centre.

2006–2011: Minster of Healthcare of the Republic of Komi.

2011–2012: Head of the Obstetrics and Gynaecology Department at the Kirov State Medical Academy.

2012: Appointed deputy head of the Federal Service for Supervision of Healthcare.

2013–2015: Acting Head of the Federal Service for Supervision of Healthcare.  

2015–2020: Head of the Federal Service for Supervision of Healthcare.

21 January 2020: Appointed Minister of Healthcare of the Russian Federation by Presidential Executive Order.

Professor at Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University.

Head of the Fifth Bio-Medical Equipment Board “Research, tests and use of Medical Equipment” at Bauman Moscow State Technical University.

1999: Earned a PhD and in 2006 a DSc degree in medicine (in two areas: organizational healthcare and public health, and obstetrics and gynaecology).

The doctoral thesis was on perinatal care. Developed a modern model for rendering perinatal care to mother and child that has been introduced throughout Russia.

Editor-in Chief of the magazine Vestnik Roszdravnadzora, Editor-in-Chief of the magazine Upravleniye Kachestvom v Zdravokhranenii, Editor-in-Chief and founder of the magazine Zdoroviye Cheloveka na Severe, and member of the Editorial Council of the magazine Detskaya Meditsina Severo-Zapada.

Has been awarded with the Order For Merit to the Fatherland, second class, the Medal For Merit to Domestic Healthcare, and the Excellent Worker of Public Health badge.