TMMC Healthcare, Japanese groups join hands to improve healthcare service quality

Vietnamese private healthcare system TMMC Healthcare and Japanese group Capital Medica- Sojitz have reached an agreement to become strategic partners in medical field, aiming to meet high-quality healthcare service demand of millions of Vietnamese patients.

Representatives fromTMMC Healthcare and Capital Medica-Sojitz pose for a group photograph

The two sides will focus on training and improving the professional knowledge of medical workers and assistant staff, transferring advanced technologies from Japan to Vietnam and updating new knowledge as well as techniques in the healthcare sector.

They will also work together on studies to improve treatment results and practice Japanese medical techniques in Vietnam. 

Since signing a cooperation Memorandum of Understanding in January this year, TMMC Healthcare and Capital Medica- Sojitz have further mutual aids to build a common development modal.

In the upcoming time, they will continue carrying out clinical management programs at strategic health clinics of TMMC Healthcare, which is expected to benefit both patients and the community by improving their medical quality in accordance with international standards.

Chairman cum director general of TMMC Healthcare Dilshaad Ali said that the collaboration would contribute in improving healthcare service quality for millions of Vietnamese patients and the system’s ability to take the lead in this field in Vietnam and the Southeast Asia also.

By Minh Bao - Translated by Bach Lien

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