23 November 2017 | News
Uzbek Ministry of Health and a number of Korean clinics will be signing relevant agreements and few memorandums of understanding.
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A number of meetings have been taking place with the heads of the South Korean leading clinics at the Uzbek Health Ministry.
Gachon University Gil Medical Center in Incheon, Myongji Hospital in Seoul, Medical Leaders Corporation, Chonnam National University Hospital in Gwangju and Kwai Chung Hospital are few of the clinics involved in the collaboration.
A wide range of issues, in particular, telemedicine, leading Korean experts’ master classes in Uzbekistan, improving of the skills of Uzbek doctors and training of students in Korea, the construction of high-tech and modern clinics in Uzbekistan, were discussed during the meetings.
Following the talks, the Uzbek Ministry of Health and a number of Korean clinics decided upon signing relevant agreements and few memorandums of understanding.
Two more agreements are expected to be signed with Myongji Hospital in Seoul and Chonnam National University Hospital in Gwangju.
Negotiations were also held with the minister of health and welfare of Korea, where priority directions for the development of bilateral relations were discussed.