Medical Coordinator Training for Multicultural Families in Gyeonggi Province
Createdd 2022-10-06 Hit 49
○ Held from October 31 to November 4 for about 70 multicultural family members and marriage migrants residing in Gyeonggi Province
– Education covers theories, practical skills, and marketing for a medical coordinator career
○ Mentoring event organized with invitation of local medical coordinators; coordinator career experiential opportunities provided
Gyeonggi Province will provide a medical coordinator training program for multicultural family members and marriage migrants residing in the province from October 31 to November 4. Medical coordinators connect foreign patients with Korean hospitals and also support the stays and tours of accompanying individuals.
On October 6, Gyeonggi Province announced that it would be recruiting participants for this year’s new medical coordinator training program for multicultural immigrant family members, marriage migrants, and foreign residents who desire to work in the medical coordinator field until October 18.
A total of 70 participants are slated to participate in the new medical coordinator training program at the Gyeonggi Woman Vision Center from October 31 to November 4. Participants who complete the entire training program will receive a certificate.
In addition, 50 Russian, Mongolian, and Chinese medical coordinators who work in the province will have an opportunity to participate in on-going medical coordinator education at the Ramada Plaza Suwon Hotel on October 28. This venue for sharing field experiences as well as project direction for foreign patient attraction during future pandemics was prepared to strengthen medical coordinator networks in the province.
Those who want to participate in the new and on-going medical coordinator training programs can fill out an application and submit it via email (firstname.lastname@example.org). For more information, call +82-10-4865-4888.
A Gyeonggi provincial official said, “This will be an ideal opportunity for multicultural immigrant family members who are interested in the medical coordinator field. In collaboration with medical institutions of the province, we will continuously strive to create quality jobs that fully utilize the linguistic skills of multicultural immigrants.”