Korea University Medicine (KUM) said that it would develop and supply the Korean-model public healthcare service platform to the National Chamber of Innovative Healthcare of the Republic of Uzbekistan (NCIHRU).
|KUM Vice President Lee kee-hyoung (left) and NCIHRU Chairman Izamov Rocshan Shavkatovich hold up an agreement to cooperate on developing a Korean-model public healthcare service platform at Korea University Medicine in Anam-dong, Seoul, Monday|
The agreement aims at supporting the development of the medical industry in both Korea and Uzbekistan and further enhancing the capacity of the health industry through the exchange of medical personnel in both countries
“KUM has interacted with Uzbekistan in pursuing international healthcare projects, including establishing the department of environmental health sciences at the Tashkent Medical Academy and turning out the first group of graduates this year,” KUM Vice President of Medical Affairs Lee Kee-hyoung said.
“Through this opportunity, KUM hopes to build a future-oriented relationship that can promote win-win development based on friendly cooperation between the two institutions.”
NCIHRU Chairman Izamov Rocshan Shavkatovich also said, “We are very pleased to agree with KUM, which is one of the best medical institutions in Korea. In the future, we would like to learn a lot by working with KUM and apply them to Uzbekistan to make people healthier.”
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