During the visit, she extended her best congratulations to all officials and staff of the health sector, and doctors and nurses of the Board for the Protection and Healthcare of Central Officials. She also acknowledged and praised the efforts and achievements gained by the committee last year.

Comrade Truong Thi Mai presents a gift to the Board for the Protection and Healthcare of Central Officials.

In the coming time, she hoped that the committee would continue to coordinate with the Ministry of Health, provinces, cities and hospitals to accomplish all assigned missions.

* The same day, the delegation of the Central Commission for Information and Education, led by its head Nguyen Trong Nghia, visited and congratulated Tu Du Hospital and Pasteur Institute in Ho Chi Minh City on the occasion of the 69th anniversary of the Vietnamese Doctors’ Day (February 27, 1955 - 2024).

Comrade Nguyen Trong Nghia visits Tu Du Hospital.

During the visit, Nghia applauded the outstanding achievements obtained by the two units and extended best wishes to doctors, staff and workers of the two units.

He also required the Pasteur Institute in Ho Chi Minh City to try its best to complete its assignments and develop human resources and apply new technologies in research and testing to predict dangerous diseases early and remotely while developing the health system and boosting international cooperation.

The delegation and representatives from Pasteur Institute in Ho Chi Minh City in a joint photo

For Tu Du Hospital, Nghia hoped that the hospital would make more breakthroughs in the time to come to protect and take care of women and children’s health, especially those in remote areas. In addition, the hospital should apply scientific and technical advances and artificial intelligence (AI) in diagnosis and treatment.

Translated by Quynh Oanh