The event saw the attendance of former Politburo member, former Chairman of the National Assembly Nguyen Sinh Hung; Secretary of the Party Central Committee (PCC), Head of the PCC’s Commission for Internal Affairs Phan Dinh Trac; PCC member, Chairman of the Hanoi People’s Committee Nguyen Duc Chung; and Minister of Health Nguyen Thi Kim Tien.
The hi-tech healthcare complex, with TH Group’s investment, is divided into two stages. The fist stage is expected to be finished in the second quarter of 2022, providing 300 beds, and the second stage in 2025, raising the number of beds to 1,000.
The TH Medical complex will include five main areas which are the centers for e-prevention, a wellness and rehabilitation, an international R&D, an international hospital, and a geriatric centre and nursing home.
Chairman of the Hanoi People’s Committee Nguyen Duc Chung speaks at the ceremony.
Speaking at the groundbreaking ceremony, Chairman of the Hanoi People’s Committee Nguyen Duc Chung affirmed that over the past years, the Party, State, National Assembly, Prime Minister have issued guidelines and policies to attract the participation of all sectors in medical development, contributing to meeting local residents’ healthcare demand.
Chung also highlighted the significance of the project in improving healthcare services for local residents, pledging that the city will support the implementation of the project.
Under the framework of the ceremony, the TH Group and TH Medical inked a cooperation agreement with Keio University and Keio Hospital of Japan on the project’s management, operation and personnel exchange in the time to come.