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[DEC. 2022] We appreciate your support for the development of the Gyeonggi-do

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  • Date 2022-12-23
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We appreciate your support for the development of the Gyeonggi-do

International Medical Project in 2022

 

 

All the officials from the concerned authorities who participated in the International Medical Project in 2022, such as the Gyeonggi-do Provincial Government, 13 medical centers in Gyeonggi-do that attracted foreign patients, and the Gyeonggi International Medical Association convened together. During the Gyeonggi-do International Medical Project Invigoration Meeting 2022 held in the Gyeonggi-do Provincial Office on December 9, 2022, the participating authorities exchanged various opinions based on their experiences from participating in the project during this last year as well as their plans for the next year.

 

The officials in the meeting were brought together for the first time in a long time due to the prolonged pandemic, and made their commitments to continue mutual cooperation and communication in a bid to further develop the Gyeonggi-do International Medical Project.

 

Gyeonggi-do government continued with its effort to carry out the International Medical Project despite all the adversities they face that were mainly caused by the pandemic since 2020. In particular, the government resumed the face-to-face overseas marketing project, starting with its visit to Mongolia in June to administer local medical staff training and hold a conference, which was followed by its visit to Uzbekistan in September, and Kazakhstan in October. This overseas marketing project made considerable achievements such as having time to network with the local patients, agencies, and medical staff in Mongolia, Uzbekistan, and Kazakhstan.

 

 

Moreover, the invitational training of overseas medical staff was resumed for the first time in a long time since the outbreak of the pandemic. And, 27 healthcare providers from overseas countries visited Gyeonggi-do and completed their training courses at the seven medical institutes located in the province during the period between September and December. As the invitational training of overseas medical staff resumed and the personal exchanges have now begun, more active personal exchanges are expected in the next year.

 

Furthermore, in a bid to deliver humanitarian medical aid, the Gyeonggi-do Medical Association provided medical supplies to those in the Philippines in need of help with support from the Gyeonggi-do government. Also, the Gyeonggi International Medical Association offered medical services in other countries including Ukraine.

 

In 2023, Gyeonggi-do will continue to market and support the projects to attract foreign patients and help our medical industry enter the global market.