At the working session

At the meeting, the two sides exchanged their coordination results in the past. In particular, they have remained regular contacts, effectively held thematic seminars, meetings, and organized post-graduate training. Attentively, Central Military Hospital 108 has effectively transferred organ transplant techniques to the Organ Transplant Center under Military Hospital 175 in a hope that the hospital itself could conduct the first organ transplant this year.

At the event, Military Hospital 175 proposed to continue their cooperation in training, transfer of expertise and high technology, implementation of scientific research projects, exchange of experience in hospital management, quality management, social work, customer care. The host also suggested organization of training courses on aero-medical evacuation and exchanged experience in the COVID-19 prevention and control work.

The visiting mission visit Military Hospital 175's functional areas.

Lt. Gen. Mai Hong Bang expressed his delight at the strong development of Military Hospital 175 in terms of expertise, technology, personnel, infrastructure and the hospital’s recent achievements. He also praised the hospital for its great efforts and contribution to the front-line of the COVID-19 prevention and control, as well as its activeness, creativity, and spirit of surmounting all challenges and difficulties to complete their major duties.

The director of Central Military Hospital 108 also expressed his belief in Military Hospital 175’s organ transplant development orientation and suggested more professional expertise exchanges in the coming time.

The guest highly appreciates the host's modern infrastructure.

For his part, Military Hospital 175’s director Major General Nguyen Hong Son stressed that the hospital is aiming to build high-quality human resources and defining organ transplant one of its five major development  priorities. He hoped to receive more support form Central Military Hospital 108 in the time ahead.

Translated by Chung Anh