Shavkat Mirziyoyev visited the “Akfa Medline” medical centerThe resolution of the President of our country “On measures of further development of private healthcare sector” has opened up wide opportunities for private medical institutions.
One of them is the “Akfa Medline” medical center in Almazar district of Tashkent.
At the presentation of this medical center, the Head of our state on April 21 of this year, gave instructions on equipping it with modern equipment and organization of activities of highly qualified specialists. The total territory of the medical center is 2 hectares, it includes five blocks, a modern 12-storey building with 160-bed hospital.
Much attention should be given to the development of private medicine not only in the capital, but also in remote regions of the country, said Shavkat Mirziyoyev. It is necessary to organize here advanced training of specialists for private medicine. This medical center will serve as a basic institution for the development of private healthcare sector. Personnel training should be organized on the basis of experience of South Korea.
The center, organized on the site of the former dispensary of Tashkent Aviation Production Association, is equipped with the latest medical equipment. The personnel working here are highly qualified.
Over 400 workplaces have been created, our compatriots working in leading medical centers abroad are also attracted. The center provides services in such areas as ultrasound diagnostics, therapy, gynecology, gastroenterology, dietology, physiotherapy, otorhinolaryngology, urology, pediatrics, cardiology, ophthalmology, neurology, endoscopy, orthopedics, surgery, neurosurgery.
When there are more private medical centers, the competition will be stronger, and where there is competition, there will be high quality and affordable prices, said the President of our country. People evaluate activities of a medical institution not by its appearance, but by the qualification of specialists. Doctors who have improved their qualifications in this center must visit the regions and work effectively for the sake of improving the health of the population.
The Head of our state instructed to organize a branch of the Medical Institute of South Korea in our country.
Abu Bakir Urozov, photos by Yolkin Shamsiddinov, UzA