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Cuban doctors to work in Vietnam
Illustrative image (Source: digitalpost.mx)
(VNA) – The Thu Cuc International General Hospital and the Cuban Ministry of
Health’s SMC Company signed a contract on March 16 on sending Cuban doctors to
work in Vietnam.
Under the deal,
Cuban doctors will work at the Thu Cuc International General Hospital in the
fields of obstetrics, gynaecology, paediatrics, cosmetic surgery, cosmetic
dermatology, and family doctor.
at the Hanoi Department of Health said Hanoi will create favourable conditions
for Cuban doctors to work in Vietnam.
Cuba’s Deputy Minister of Health affirmed the Cuban Ministry of Health will provide
necessary assistance to bring Cuban doctors to Vietnam as soon as possible.
August, 2011, the Thu Cuc International General Hospital is an affiliate of
Zinnia Corp with a total area of 5,500 sq.m. and modern health equipment.-VNA
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