In the rural municipal areas, the relatively high level of reproductive losses (i.e. perinatal and infant mortality, morbidity of children under 1-year-old, under 14-years-old and from 15- to 17-years-old, extra genital pathology of pregnant women) primarily is conditioned by lower level of public health resources support. The crucial issue in this respect is the manpower capacity that impacted the quality and availability of medical care. The lower level of professional qualification of personnel is to be accounted. It is necessary to emphasize the extent of influence of distance between municipal area and city. The longer the distance the higher is the probability of intensive development of extra genital pathology in women and, as a consequence, OF the higher level of perinatal and infant mortality.