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Japan’s IHW wants to build hospital in Vietnam

The Saigon Times

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HCMC – IHW, a non-profit Japanese medical corporation, has expressed interest in establishing a medical facility in Vietnam. This proposal was made during a recent meeting in Tokyo between the chairman of the corporation, Takagi Kuninori, and Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh.

During their meeting, Takagi Kuninori highlighted the specific initiatives that the corporation has undertaken to support Vietnam in the training of medical students in recent years. He also unveiled a comprehensive plan to construct a state-of-the-art hospital with 200 beds.

In response, Prime Minister Chinh affirmed that cooperation in the medical sector and the training of medical professionals are among Vietnam’s highest priorities. These efforts aim to strengthen and enhance the comprehensive strategic partnership between Vietnam and Japan, which both countries have established for the sake of peace and prosperity in Asia and the world.

PM Chinh also expressed his deep appreciation for Takagi Kuninori’s esteemed contributions and efforts in bolstering cooperation with Vietnam’s medical sector and providing training to Vietnamese medical staff over the past few years. He reaffirmed Vietnam’s commitment to creating a conducive environment for the corporation to carry out its projects, especially in identifying a suitable location for the construction of the hospital.

IHW has medical universities, hospitals, and national welfare organizations. The medical corporation has actively engaged in numerous collaborative projects with Vietnamese medical institutions such as Cho Ray Hospital and Hospital 108.

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