Dr. Sergei Mironov told Russian television that the president would finish recuperating at his country residence in Barvikha, outside Moscow.
Mr Yeltsin, 65, is said to be making a good recovery. Doctors beleiev he could be back at work in the Kremlin by the end of the year.
The president's daughters, Tatyana Dyachenko and Yelena Okulov, told the independent station NTV last night that their father was doing well, but had little appetite and was still in some pain.
Dr Michael DeBakey, the American cardiologist who supervised his operation on 5 November, said yesterday that Mr Yeltsin was "out of the woods" and on his way to a complete recovery. AP - MoscowReuse content