On October 25, 2022, thanks to a grant from the Consulate General of the Federal Republic of Germany in Ho Chi Minh City for Survive to Thrive (STT) – a healthcare capacity-building program of the VinaCapital Foundation (VCF), nine essential medical equipment has been completely installed for the Son Tay District Medical Center, the first unit of Quang Ngai province supported by the STT program. These devices include continuous positive airway pressures (CPAP), phototherapies, infusion pumps, monitors, etc.
Then on October 26, VCF also implemented pediatric emergency training with the participation of 24 doctors and nurses at Son Tay District Health Center and other healthcare workers. Through the training course, these nurses and doctors can confidently handle pediatric emergency situations and gain more skills in detecting congenital heart defects through medical equipment sponsored by VCF’s STT program.
At the end of the training course, the representatives of the local units and medical centers delightedly expressed their gratitude to VCF and the STT program for this meaningful and helpful training course and suggest us continue supporting other training courses to help the healthcare workers improve their healthcare capacity in examining and treating people in remote areas and vulnerable and underprivileged communities.
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