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[OCT. 2022] Gyeonggi-do Hosts an International Healthcare Promotion Forum from Kazakhstan

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  • Date 2022-10-20
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Gyeonggi-do Hosts an International Healthcare Promotion Forum on October 20 - 21

to Attract Patients from Kazakhstan

 

 

○ Healthcare delegates to be dispatched to Kazakhstan, a strategic area in efforts to attract patients, amidst the “transition” to the post-COVID era

- Seven institutions seeking to attract foreign patients to Gyeonggi-do will take part both online and offline from October 20 to 21

- Thirty agencies to attract Kazakhstan patients to participate in promotional seminars and business seminars

- Patient consulting meetings to take place between healthcare experts in Gyeonggi-do and local patients in Kazakhstan both online and offline

 

 

Gyeonggi-do will host the “2022 Kazakhstan-Gyeonggi-do International Healthcare Promotion Forum” over the course of two days from October 20 to 21 at Almaty, Kazakhstan, to support healthcare institutions in Gyeonggi-do to successfully venture overseas.

 

Healthcare staff members and working level staff members from the three hospitals of NHIS Ilsan Hospital, Cha University Ilsan Medical Center, and Sam Hospital will visit Kazakhstan. Staff members from the four hospitals of Seoul National University Bundang Hospital, the Catholic University of Korea Bucheon St. Mary’s Hospital, Ajou University Medical Center, and Ohkims Plastic Surgery will join the event online.

 

 

On the 20th, there will be a healthcare seminar at the Royal Tulip Almaty Hotel in Kazakhstan to promote healthcare services in Gyeonggi-do, as well as a one-on-one business seminar between participating healthcare institutions and foreign agencies. The event will be joined by 30 agencies that send foreign patients to Korea from various parts of Kazakhstan, including Almaty, Nur-Sultan, and Atyrau.

 

On the 21st, there will be multidisciplinary patient consulting meetings for 100 patients in Kazakhstan who have difficulties visiting Korea due to the prolonged COVID-19 pandemic. The meetings will be provided in partnership with six hospitals in Gyeonggi-do.

 

Central Asia, including Kazakhstan, is an area that has maintained close and friendly relationships with Gyeonggi-do in the healthcare sector. From 2011, Gyeonggi-do has built close cooperative relationships with the Ministry of Healthcare of Kazakhstan and regional governments of the country including Almaty, Aktobe, Akmola, Mangystau, and Nur-Sultan by signing an MOU to enhance the healthcare sectors.

 

Gyeonggi-do has engaged in marketing activities for strategic countries including Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan in response to rising expectations for a newly reformed international healthcare sector after the COVID-19 pandemic, in hopes that the related industries will recover quickly. The provincial government of Gyeonggi-do will continue to take a keen interest in and support the promotional activities of Medical Gyeonggi’s healthcare services and engage in international partnerships in the healthcare sector.