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Catholic Kwandong University International St. Mary’s Hospital Invited Russian Agencies for Site Tour

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Catholic Kwandong University International St. Mary’s Hospital Invited Russian Agencies for Site Tour

Professors directly introduced specialized medical services; Oncoplastic surgery, stem cell therapy, and so on.



Catholic Kwandong University International St. Mary's Hospital medical staff is explaining high-tech medical equipment to visitors from Russian medical tour agencies on Sep 1st.

 

Catholic Kwandong University International St. Mary’s Hospital invited Russian medical tour agencies on Sep 1 and provided site tour for two days.

 

The purpose of this event was to actively attract foreign patients and medical tour agencies from Saint Petersburg, Vladivostok, and Khabarovsk in Russia took part in the event and experienced Korean advanced medical services.

 

International healthcare center of International St. Mary’s Hospital hold a meeting in order to introduce the hospital to participants. Additionally, medical professionals directly explained specialized medical services of the hospital. During the meeting, there were series of presentations by Prof. Chae Dong sik, orthopedic department, on artificial joint surgery; prof. Lee Ilkyun, breast and thyroid center, on breast surgery utilizing oncoplastic surgery; Prof. Lee Jungwon of nuclear medicine on radioactive iodine treatment; and lastly Prof. Kim Youngin, cell therapy center, regarding stem cell therapy.

 

Participants expressed their special interests in oncoplastic surgery, which is a field of breast surgery, and cell therapy center equipped with Good Manufacturing Practice(GMP) facility. One participant said “It was very impressive that International St. Mary’s Hospital was equipped with high-tech facilities and offered spaces designed for foreign patients.”


On the first day of site tour, participants experienced tea ceremony at St. Luke Center set up for patients’s healthcare after cancer treatment, followed by health checkups the next day.