Sunday, 19/11/2023 10:00 (GMT+7)
Lavie International Hospital for Vietnamese expatriates in Laos was inaugurated in Vientiane capital on November 18.
|Delegates cut the ribbon inaugurating the medical facility in Vientiane on November 18.
The hospital has been licensed by the Lao Ministry of Health to provide medical services for Vietnamese nationals residing, working and studying in Laos, as well as for Lao residents.
It has 50 hospital beds and has been designed to develop in-depth specialties in cardiology and endocrinology.
La Vie International Hospital has signed a cooperation with the Association for Liaison with Overseas Vietnamese (ALOV) and Hanoi Medical University Hospital to provide medical services for the Vietnamese community in Laos, and Lao people in need of medical examination and treatment.
Addressing the ceremony, Phukhong Bannavong, deputy governor of Vientiane capital, noted the inauguration of La Vie International Hospital is of great significance to the health sector of Laos in particular and its economic development in general.
The opening of the hospital shows the close bond between Laos and Vietnam that has been strengthened over the past decades, said the official.
He expressed hope that the hospital would provide quality services for not only Vietnamese people but also Lao people.
According to Assoc. Prof. Dr Nguyen Lan Hieu, director of Hanoi Medical University Hospital, Lavie International Hospital La Vie International Hospital is a leading cardiovascular facility with a modern angiography system that supports in-depth diagnostics of cardiovascular diseases as well as many other vascular diseases to save the lives of patients suffering from myocardial infarction and stroke.
He pledged to provide maximum professional support to La Vie International Hospital in performing its operations./.
CPV (Source: VNA)