13 Russian Health Care Providers Complete Medical Training

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Thirteen Russian health care providers have successfully completed a training program for superior clinical skills at hospitals in Gyeonggi Province.

The invited Russian group received cutting-edge medical education in techniques based on IT and superb clinical skills representative of Gyeonggi Province for four weeks from June 18 to July 13. This training session was organized as a bridge for health and medical cooperation between Gyeonggi Province and Russia.

The invited group of medical professionals included government-recommended specialists in surgery, cardiovascular surgery, orthopedics, oncology, and neurosurgery from Primorsky Krai (Vladivostok)’s Board of Health, Irkutsk Oblast’s Department of Health, and Khabarovsk Krai’s Department of Health. The professionals are all affiliated with the Khabarovsk Regional Oncology Centre, Irkutsk Regional Clinical Hospital, or Vladivostok Clinic Hospital No 2.

The professionals received training at eight hospitals in the province: Ajou University Hospital; The Catholic University of Korea St. Vincent’s Hospital; The Catholic University of Korea Bucheon St. Mary’s Hospital; Soon Chun Hyang University Hospital, Bucheon; Bundang Jesaeng Hospital; G SAM Hospital; Mediplex Sejong Hospital; and Wiltse Memorial Hospital.

The medical professionals from former Soviet Socialist republics in Russia and Central Asia showed great interest in the minimally invasive surgeries that are being introduced in Gyeonggi Province hospitals, such as robot surgeries that utilize cutting-edge medical equipment, and smart IT treatment technology.

Gyeonggi Province signed cooperative health and medical treatment MOUs with Khabarovsk Krai in 2011, Primorsky Krai in 2012, and Irkutsk Oblast in 2016, and is continually pursuing plans for exchange and cooperation including health care provider training, reciprocal visitations, and the opening of joint international scholarly conventions.