The HCM City Department of Health has assigned nine local hospitals to take care of patients in need of health care during their period of quarantine, in order to ensure regulations regarding COVID-19 prevention and control are met.
A Lao patient was handed over by border guards of the central province of Thua Thien - Hue to the Lao side on April 10, following his medical treatment and quarantine.
Ho Chi Minh City face a shortage of blood for medical treatment in the last two months of this year, according to Chairman of the city’s Red Cross Society Tran Truong Son.
The public health insurance fund paid more than half a million US dollars for treatment of just a single patient over three years.
VOV.VN - Over the past 5 years, the Vietnamese government has invested millions of USD in a program to improve the ability of provincial and district hospitals to perform medical techniques transferred from the central hospitals.
An Indian sailor is currently receiving medical treatment from border guards and the military health centre of Ly Son island district of the central province of Quang Ngai.
The National Steering Committee for Settlement of Post-war Unexploded Ordnance and Toxic Chemical Consequences plans to build a centre providing medical support for victims of toxic chemicals including dioxin during the period from 2018 to 2020.
Visitors to Da Nang’s famous My Khe Beach have complained of unusual skin conditions, including itchiness and rashes, over the past few days.
VOV.VN - More than 9 million units of blood have been donated over the past 10 years through blood donation campaigns across the country, essentially meeting the blood demand for medical treatment.
A major general hospital in Ho Chi Minh City put into operation a state-of-the-art system for radiation therapy on April 4, promising positive changes for patients and medical treatment.
VOV.VN - Vietnam spent in excess of US$2.82 billion importing pharmaceuticals for medical treatment and health care last year, up 10% on a year earlier at US$ 2.563 billion.
The National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) has decided to grant all disabled citizens in the social security system universal healthcare under the “Gold Card” system and has decreed that obstructions to their medical treatment be removed.
VOV.VN -It has been unveiled that construction of the 1,000-bed Ho Chi Minh City Paediatrics Hospital, the city’s third children’s hospital, is on track with the grand opening set to be held later this year.
One person was killed and six others injured after a train slammed into a car in the south-central province of Khanh Hoa in the evening of August 13.
A delegation from the National Hospital of Acupuncture (NHA) led by Director Nguyen Ba Quang paid a working visit to Mexico from June 18-24 to seek the possibility of expanding cooperation in this traditional medical treatment.
Discrimination against people living with HIV/AIDS in families, work places and health care establishments is hindering Vietnam’s HIV/AIDS prevention efforts, as heard a workshop in Ho Chi Minh City on October 9.
Vietnamese people spend a total of VND1.4-1.6 trillion (US$62.2-71.1 million) each year on treatment of dengue fever, a recent survey conducted by the Ministry of Health has revealed.
Vinmec International Hospital received JCI accreditation for its international-standard quality on June 26.
(VOV) - Rescue ship SAR 27-01 of the Vietnam Maritime Search and Rescue Coordination Centre (VMRCC) on January 3 brought an injured foreign fisherman to Nha Trang port, Khanh Hoa province for first aid.
(VOV) - Twenty percent of Vietnam’s population might contract cardiovascular diseases by 2017, particularly younger people.