On 9th November 2016, Dr. Sunil Vyas, Chairman of Australian Indian Medical Association, and his colleagues had a working visit to Thu Cuc International General Hospital and attended the meeting with Thu Cuc Hospital’s leaders.
These doctors are working at General Hospital in Sydney. Through this working visit to Vietnam, they want to learn about healthcare activities in Hanoi and Hochiminh city. Thu Cuc Hospital had the honor to offer a warm welcome to the delegation.
Australia is a developed country with advanced medicine, developed national healthcare system, modern technologies and facilities, etc.
In fact, Australian has good cooperation in the field of healthcare and medical study with many countries in the world, supporting developing countries including Vietnam in term of finance and technology.
Some pictures of the meeting:
Thu Cuc Hospital’s leaders expressed their desire to come into cooperation as well as receive support from foreign partners who are willing to share their medical knowledge and expertise for the development of global health sector. “We may encounter many challenges and difficulties in terms of finance, human resources, medical equipment, etc. as performing the upcoming hospital’s expansion project. Hopefully, we will enter the cooperation in the near future so that Thu Cuc Hospital can get the support from you. We really need your support in the training of doctors, medical knowledge and experience, or medical equipment and facilities, etc. We are looking forward to such collaboration” said the leader of Thu Cuc Hospital.
At the end of the working visit, Dr. Sunil Vyas, on behalf of the delegation gave sincere thanks to Thu Cuc Hospital for the warm welcome and expresses the desire to cooperate with and support Thu Cuc Hospital in the future. The delegation highly appreciated the significant development of Thu Cuc Hospital over the past 5 years and was deeply touched by the point of view of Thu Cuc Hospital’s chair woman “We offer medical services and support the patients with all our hearts”.