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State Hospital No.3 opens heart attack and cerebral hemorrhage treatment center

By M.ZOLJARGAL

The Ministry of Health, the World Health Organization (WHO), and Millennium Challenge Account in Mongolia have jointly completed the “Heart Attack and Cerebral Hemorrhage Project 2010-2013” at State Hospital No.3 recently. As part of the project, the hospital has acquired a treatment center for heart attacks and cerebral hemorrhage that meets international standards.

Director of  State Hospital No.3 Ts.Tumur-Ochir said, “It is the first time that Mongolia’s health sector is opening a center specialized in the treatment of specific illnesses. The center will act as a model for other hospitals and set a new benchmark. Staff of the center were appointed from State Hospital No.3, but we will hire other experts and doctors next year. Patients suffering from heart attack and cerebral hemorrhage for extended periods of time have started taking treatment at the center. We are providing recovery treatments for those patients.”

The center is equipped with 124 pieces of diagnostic, treatment, recurrence prevention, and recovery equipment, 40 beds and it offers 24/7 emergency services. The doctors and staff that are operating the center were trained to use the equipment. The cost of the equipment totaled 14 billion MNT, which was provided by the state.

 

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