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November 2021

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Newborns has just completed its first review of the new Hanoi Neonatal Network and we were excited to see some of the changes that have already been implemented to help establish a network of hospitals who work together to achieve a single standard of care.

 

Since the launch of the Hanoi Neonatal Network, doctors trained by Newborns Vietnam from Phu San Hanoi and St Paul have supported the reorganisation of delivery suites as well as improvements to recovery and postnatal rooms at 6 maternity hospitals. As part of the Network Patient Promise, there has been a special focus on the privacy and comfort of mums as they bring their babies into the world. Mothers and babies are at the heart of the care we provide, and we are committed to maintaining a welcoming, friendly environment as well as developing a consistent standard of hygiene and care across all the network hospitals.

 

Thank you to all the doctors and nurses we met with during our visits, your warmth and kindness was incredibly touching and your dedication to the Network fills us with hope for the future. A special thank you to the wonderful doctors from Phu San Hanoi and St Paul whose passion and enthusiasm have built the foundation from which change will be made.

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