Viet Duc University Hospital and Viet Nam Medtronic Co., Ltd., have signed the memorandum of understanding 2019
Strengthening cooperation and more effective implementation of development strategies in advanced medical technology, cooperation in training and application of advanced science and technology in medicine, contributing to improving quality. The health care service for patients is the goal of cooperation between Viet Duc University Hospital and Medtronic Vietnam Co., Ltd., which is also the content of the meeting that took place on the morning of June 4th at Training and Direction of Healthcare Activities Center, Viet Duc University Hospital.
Attend the meeting with Prof. Tran Binh Giang, Director of Viet Duc University Hospital, also the Director of Training and Direction of Healthcare Activities Center; From Viet Nam Medtronic Co., Ltd., there are: Ms. Jennifer Cho – General Director, Southeast Asia, Mr. Nitesh Ahuja – Senior Director, MITG Southeast Asia. Attending the meeting were leaders, faculty / department / center staff of Viet Duc University Hospital and Viet Nam Medtronic Co., Ltd employees.
At the meeting, Viet Duc University Hospital and Viet Nam Medtronic Co., Ltd., signed a 2019 memorandum of understanding with the desire to continue promoting a close and sustainable cooperation of the two parties. Viet Nam Medtronic Co., Ltd., will provide information on new medical treatment, technologies and equipment as well as support the improvement of patient care capacity. The hospital will also be provided with additional medical training aimed at gaining the knowledge and skills of health care facilities in Vietnam to improve the health system.
Development cooperation in the areas of training and providing high quality medical services will bring better services to patients.
With close and long-term cooperation between Viet Duc University Hospital and Viet Nam Medtronic Co., Ltd., will create conditions for the hospital to develop the fields of training, scientific and technical development in medicine, contribute to improving the quality of health care services for patients.
Social Work Department