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Maternity and child care at a hospital in Bình Định Province

Update: October, 02/2018 - 16:00
The good facilities and high capacity of staff in the Bồng Sơn General Hospital in the southcentral province of Bình Định has helped to reduce the percentage of patients having to transfer to higher level hospitals. In the past five years, 99 per cent of mothers and newborns in the province received postnatal care, and 98 per cent of its pregnant residents received professional assistance in pregnancy management. The province’s maternal mortality ratio and child mortality rate fell sharply and remained much lower than the national average. Those are the results of the province’s active efforts to strengthen its grassroots health network, diversify investment sources, and provide its medical staff with capacity building activities and training in reproductive health care. — VNA/VNS Photo Dương Ngọc
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The good facilities and high capacity of staff in the Bồng Sơn General Hospital in the southcentral province of Bình Định. In the past five years, 99 per cent of mothers and newborns in the province received postnatal care, and 98 per cent of its pregnant residents received professional assistance in pregnancy management. The province’s maternal mortality ratio and child mortality rate fell sharply and remained much lower than the national average. Those are the results of the province’s active efforts to strengthen its grassroots health network, diversify investment sources, and provide its medical staff with capacity building activities and training in reproductive health care. — VNA/VNS Photo Dương Ngọc
The good facilities and high capacity of staff in the Bồng Sơn General Hospital in the southcentral province of Bình Định. In the past five years, 99 per cent of mothers and newborns in the province received postnatal care, and 98 per cent of its pregnant residents received professional assistance in pregnancy management. The province’s maternal mortality ratio and child mortality rate fell sharply and remained much lower than the national average. Those are the results of the province’s active efforts to strengthen its grassroots health network, diversify investment sources, and provide its medical staff with capacity building activities and training in reproductive health care. — VNA/VNS Photo Dương Ngọc
The Bồng Sơn General Hospital in the southcentral province of Bình Định is equipped with modern facilities that serve to provide timely pediatric cardiopulmonary resuscitation. In the past five years, 99 per cent of mothers and newborns in the province received postnatal care, and 98 per cent of its pregnant residents received professional assistance in pregnancy management. The province’s maternal mortality ratio and child mortality rate fell sharply and remained much lower than the national average. Those are the results of the province’s active efforts to strengthen its grassroots health network, diversify investment sources, and provide its medical staff with capacity building activities and training in reproductive health care. — VNA/VNS Photo Dương Ngọc
The Bồng Sơn General Hospital in the southcentral province of Bình Định is equipped with modern facilities that serve to provide timely pediatric cardiopulmonary resuscitation. In the past five years, 99 per cent of mothers and newborns in the province received postnatal care, and 98 per cent of its pregnant residents received professional assistance in pregnancy management. The province’s maternal mortality ratio and child mortality rate fell sharply and remained much lower than the national average. Those are the results of the province’s active efforts to strengthen its grassroots health network, diversify investment sources, and provide its medical staff with capacity building activities and training in reproductive health care. — VNA/VNS Photo Dương Ngọc
A doctor examines a newborn at the Bồng Sơn General Hospital’s Pediatrics Department. In the past five years, 99 per cent of mothers and newborns in the south central province of Bình Định received postnatal care, and 98 per cent of its pregnant residents received professional assistance in pregnancy management. The province’s maternal mortality ratio and child mortality rate fell sharply and remained much lower than the national average. Those are the results of the province’s active efforts to strengthen its grassroots health network, diversify investment sources, and provide its medical staff with capacity building activities and training in reproductive health care. — VNA/VNS Photo Dương Ngọc

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