Preparing to open T-Matsuoka Medical Center in Hanoi
The President of the Japan Emergency Medical Services (EMS), Matsuoka Yoshinori, who is in Vietnam to prepare for the opening of the Center T-Matsuoka Japanese Medical Center in Hanoi, was welcomed by Permanent Deputy Prime Minister Pham Binh Minh on the afternoon of August 31 at the Government Headquarters.
Deputy Chairman of the Government Office Nguyen Xuan Thanh, Acting Minister of Health Dao Thi Hong Lan, Former Governor of Kagoshima Prefecture Mitazono Satoshi, Member of Parliament Yamada Takio, and Advisor to the Secretariat of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s Cabinet Ms. Koko Kato were also present.
At the meeting, the Permanent Deputy Prime Minister Pham Binh Minh once more expressed his sincere condolences to the Government and People of Japan as well as the family of former Prime Minister Abe Shinzo. He also expressed respect for the extensive strategic partnership between Vietnam and Japan as well as the special affection and valuable support that Mr. Abe Shinzo had shown to the nation and people of Vietnam.
According to the Permanent Deputy Prime Minister, relations between Vietnam and Japan are progressing well and in all areas. Japan is Vietnam’s third investor after China and the United States and its fourth trading partner.
In order to overcome the difficult times caused by the Covid-19 epidemic and to open up and restore socioeconomic development, the Permanent Deputy Prime Minister thanked Japan for donating vaccines and medical supplies. He also asked Japan to create favorable conditions in order to grant Vietnamese citizens entering Japan visas.
The first Japanese Medical Center T-Matsuoka in Hanoi was built with a significant investment, cutting-edge facilities, and equipment, which was welcomed by the Permanent Deputy Prime Minister in order to advance medical cooperation between the two nations and improve the standard of medical examination and treatment.
EMS Corporation was established in 2013 in Kagoshima Prefecture, providing 24/7 emergency services in 6 localities of Japan.
T-Matsuoka Japanese Medical Center has a total investment of 8 million USD, of which EMS Group contributes 50% of the capital.
Towards a comprehensive healthcare ecosystem, the Center will provide customers with the following services: Ningen Dock Physical Examinations; Private Doctor Services; Selective Medical Examination; Second Opinions; Workplace Health Checks; Support With Examination & Treatment In Japan.
The Center will implement a Japanese standard examination and screening process to help patients detect cancer early and provide timely treatment, thereby helping to reduce the risk of complications. proof.
When customers have a need for a second medical consultation from Japanese medical experts, the results of the examination will be sent directly to Japan for consultation and discussion. discuss directly with a team of doctors in Vietnam to draw conclusions.