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15
October 2020

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Newborns is proud to announce that yesterday was the launch of the Hanoi Neonatal Network at Phu San Hanoi Hospital.

 

The Hanoi Neonatal Network is a collaboration of 9 hospitals (Vietnam National Children’s Hospital, Phu San Hanoi Hospital, St Paul Hospital, Duc Giang General Hospital, Dong Anh General Hospital, Soc Son General Hospital, Gia Lam District General Hospital, Hoai Duc District General Hospital and Bac Thang Long General Hospital), in which they will share their knowledge and expertise to improve the quality of patient care across the Network. This, along with an effective transport system will ensure that every newborn baby receives the right care, at the right place, at the right time.

 

Through the Network, we will empower patients and families with the Patient Care Promise:

  • An enjoyable birthing experience,
  • Clean, safe and pleasant environment,
  • Appropriate facilities and equipment,
  • Professional, friendly and supportive staff,
  • Family members happy with care and access/visiting.

 

The Network launch is a major step on a long positive road for all 9 hospitals. Newborns was delighted to have Gareth Ward, British Ambassador to Vietnam, and the Hanoi Department of Health in attendance to launch Phase 1 of the Network, which will be a six year programme. Also in attendance were the Directors and Vice Directors of the 9 hospitals who cemented the Network collaboration and previewed training plans for 2021.

 

Newborns would like to thank the wonderful staff from all 9 hospitals who, together with our neonatal experts from the UK and around the world, have worked tirelessly for a long time to turn this dream into a reality. Finally, a huge thank you to our sponsors, Hogan Lovells, Karl Storz, KMS Solutions, Edrington, BuBaby, UpRace, MUDE, Philips, Premier Oil, Purple Asia, Seedcom, Topas Group, VietMedical, VNG and countless others, you have been amazing every step of the way and we feel incredibly lucky to have your continued support.

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