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May 11, 2015

Uzbek, Indian medical institutions sign MOU


Uzbek_Indian_medicalThe Delhi-based BLK Super Specialty Hospital has signed a memorandum of understanding with Republican Research Center of Emergency Medicine (RRCEM) to establish cultural, educational, scientific and medical cooperation in various spheres on the basis of equality and mutual benefit.

RRCEM is the biggest emergency care provider in Uzbekistan. Among others, this shall pave way for development of joint international projects and research.

The MoU was signed by BLK Super Speciality Hospital Director Mr Naresh Kapoor and Dr Abduhakim Khadjibayev from RRCEM.

This pact will enable both hospitals to organize an exchange programme for undergraduate and post-graduate students. BLK Super Speciality Hospital will help in training and development of doctors for emergency care at the hospital in Uzbekistan. These trained doctors can then avail advanced training and observership in emergency care at the BLK Super Speciality Hospital in Delhi.

“We are pleased to get into this agreement with RRCEM. We are certain that our state-of-the-art infrastructure and pool of highly talented doctors shall be able to contribute meaningfully to strengthen the capabilities of RRCEM,” said Mr Kapoor. He further added, that among other, BLK Super Speciality Hospital will help conduct master classes and specialized surgical workshops nine emergency care to expose students and doctors with high end infrastructure and expert hands. Apart from various types of cancer, patients with neuro, ortho, cardio, BMT, ITP, spine conditions travel to India. “We shall strive to develop a training programme for doctors in Uzbekistan to train them, so that they can deal with these conditions in their own country,” added Mr Kapoor.

Dr Khadjibayev said: “We look forward to a mutually rewarding and enduring relationship with BLK Super Speciality Hospital .” He informed that Uzbekistan healthcare is limited to providing primary and secondary healthcare, and with this association, BLK Super Speciality Hospital shall help our doctors train for tertiary care as well.”

Additionally, BLK Super Speciality Hospital shall offer Residency Training Program for graduate and Postgraduate students in the areas of Cardiology, Oncology, Neurology, Orthopedics, Bone Marrow Transplant, at its premises in India subject to the rules and provisions prescribed by Medical Council of India and other authorities. The hospital shall explore possibilities for follow-up training and capacity building activities, where feasible, as part of technical cooperation. It shall also provide training to the managers, doctors and allied health staff in order to inculcate knowledge that is necessary to manage emergency care successfully in Uzbekistan.