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Tien Giang has new hi-tech health centre

(11:45:36 AM 04/05/2015)
(Tinmoitruong.vn) - Tien Giang southern province inaugurated a high-tech health treatment building, at a cost of 70 billion VND (3.2 million USD) in late April.

 Tien Giang has new hi-tech health centre

Medical workers give check-ups and advice to patients (Photo: VNA)

 

The high-tech treatment building is designed to provide health check-up for 400 patients a day. 


The four-floor building has 156 inpatient beds, and enables to supply health treatment to 70 patients a day. 


Attending the opening ceremony, Health Minister Nguyen Thi Kim Tien said the health centre would contribute to lessen over-crowd patients in the province's hospitals. 


The high-tech health-check and treatment building included computer-aided diagnosis rooms, CT scanners and ultrasonography.

VNA
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