Japan’s medical group hopes to open 100-bed medical centre in Ho Chi Minh City hinh anh 1Vice Chairman of the municipal People’s Committee Duong Anh Duc receives Chairman of Tokyo-based Sanno Medical Centre Takagi Kuninori on December 8. (Photo: VNA)

Ho Chi Minh City (VNA) – Chairman of Tokyo-based Sanno Medical Centre Takagi Kuninori on December 8 called on Ho Chi Minh City authorities to support the opening of its healthcare centre in the city.

During his visit to the southern metropolis, Takagi, who is also chairman of the International University of Health and Welfare (IUHW), also introduces the potential and advantages of the university in human resources training.

The university offered scholarships for Vietnamese medical students and trained medical workers for Cho Ray Hospital - IUHW Health Evaluation and Promotion Centre (HECI).

Vice Chairman of the municipal People’s Committee Duong Anh Duc applauded the effective operation of HECI which helps improve the quality of medical examination and treatment services for people in the city and neighbouring provinces.

He welcomes the plan for the 100-bed high-quality healthcare centre of Sanno Medical Centre in the city.

The city also hopes to co-operate with the centre in developing high-quality medical human resources, Duc said./.

VNA