Myanmar Vice-President observes healthcare management in Samut Sakhon


SAMUT SAKHON, 27 February 2015 –  The Vice-President of Myanmar observed Samut Sakhon Province’s healthcare services management of Thai and foreign nationals.

The Vice-President of Myanmar Sai Mauk Kham today visited the Samut Sakhon hospital in Mueang Samut Sakhon District to observe the province’s healthcare management and services. He received a warm welcome from the Governor of Samut Sakhon Arthit Boonyasophat, along with public health officials and hospital executives.

The Myanmar Vice-President attended a lecture on the healthcare services of the Samut Sakhon hospital and the Nawamin Tharachini Health Station, established in honour to Her Majesty the Queen’s 60th anniversary. He then observed the surgical patients ward and foreign workers clinic. The clinic also provides services in Burmese and employees staff from Myanmar with a service capacity of 150 persons per day.

He then visited the Nawamin Tharachini Health Station that provides health services, including dentistry, pregnancy care, general diagnosis, first aid, physical therapy, and child development to 100 outpatients daily, from 8:30am-8:30pm.

The visit from the Myanmar Vice-President is expected to result in further medical cooperation and exchange for practices that will help develop the medical services and medical system in both Thailand and Myanmar.