The National Traffic Safety Committee visits the road traffic accident victims who are being treated at the Viet Duc University Hospital
Responding to “World Day commemorating death victims of traffic accidents” in 2020, the delegates of the National Traffic Safety Committee has visited, cheered and gifted to road traffic accident victims having difficult circumstances at the Viet Duc University Hospital.
As for the delegation of the National Traffic Safety Committee, there were: Mr. Khuat Viet Hung – Vice Chairman of the National Traffic Safety Committee; Mrs. Kieu Thi Diem – Deputy Director of Traffic Safety Department – Ministry of Transport together with other members of Hanoi Traffic Safety Committee
Welcoming the delegation, on the side of Viet Duc University Hospital, there were: Associate Prof, Dr. Dong Van He – Deputy Director of Viet Duc F University Hospital; Dr. Nguyen Trong Son – Head of Social Work Department; Dr. Do Manh Hung – Deputy Head of General Planning Department.
On behalf of the delegates, Mr. Khuat Viet Hung, Vice Chairman of the National Traffic Safety Committee visited and cheered the victims to overcome the difficulties. Also, Mr.Hung has highly appreciated the efforts of the medical team and doctors of Viet Duc University Hospital for timely management of victims on emergency.
Associate Prof, Dr. Dong Van He – Deputy Director of Viet Duc University Hospital thanks the National Traffic Safety Committee for always taking care of road traffic accident patients being treated at the hospital. As the leading surgical hospital, Viet Duc University Hospital receives many injury cases annually due to road traffic accidents. In order to reduce the morbidity and mortality caused by road traffic accidents, it is important to continue promoting communication to increase awareness in the community about preventing accident, especially road traffic accidents.
At the meeting, the delegation has presented 10 gifts, each worth 2 million VND to families of road traffic accident victims and directly visited serious patients who have difficulties, being treated in hospital.