Mongolia-Japan Teaching Hospital starts serving to citizens

2019-10-01 13:33:26

Ulaanbaatar /MONTSAME/  Mongolia-Japan Teaching Hospital at the Mongolian National University of Medical Sciences officially starts its operations today. To ensure reliable operations of the hospital and give good quality of medical assistance and services, the hospital has been put into operation at stages. 

With Japanese non-refundable aid worth MNT 175 billion, the teaching hospital will render 1042 types of medical care in 17 directions such as surgery, pediatrics, gastric disease, reanimation and emergency service to all citizens of the country. 

Ambassador of Japan to Mongolia M.Takaoka said “Official opening ceremony was held last June with participation of Prime Minister U.Khurelsukh and other officials. Since then three months have passed. I am happy with starting ambulatory check up service of the hospital today. Construction of the hospital commenced 10 years ago. With huge efforts of many people, the hospital has been built and starts operating. The hospital has been equipped with up-to-date equipment and devices and will run its operations under Japanese management. I wish good luck to physicians and specialists who will work at the Mongolian first teaching hospital.”

The management team was set up in 2017 and numerous trainings for physicians and hospital staff have been conducted so far.