Construction of the health resort (architect N. I. Merzhanov) began in 1932 and ended in late May 1934. Simultaneously with the buildings of the sanatorium, a short railway - funicular was built: its carriages in a few minutes took vacationists from the resort to the beach. June 1, 1934 opened the Sochi military resort of the Red Army. June 23, 1934, under the USSR CEC Resolution, the sanatorium was named after K. E. Voroshilov. In 1942, the resort was converted into a military hospital. In 1976, the four dormitories were joined by another one, N 7. Architects had successfully used the terrain - the building was raised on a hill, surrounded by rugged subtropical greenery. From below, from the resort avenue, the building looks like a huge ocean liner, which dissects the green space with its gigantic chest. In 2006, the resort was renamed to the "Federal State Institution "Sochi central military sanatorium" under the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation. In 2011, it joined the Federal budget organization "Sanatorium and health resort complex "Sochi" under the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation as a Branch "Sanatorium "Sochi" FBI "SHRC "Sochi" of the RF Defense Ministry.