The Ministry of Health’s Department of Medical Examination and Treatment and UNICEF are carrying out surveys on patients’ satisfaction at obstetrics and paediatrics facilities as part of a national programme on the management and improvement of health facilities’ quality.
Maternal and child mortality rates could be reduced in Việt Nam if hospitals actively seek solutions to prevent medically adverse events and medical errors, the Maternal and Child Health Department of the Ministry of Health has recommended.
Four years ago, Đoàn Việt Hà and Phạm Thị Trang of Hải Châu District, central city of Đà Nẵng had their first son thanks to in vitro fertilization (IFV) treatment.
Women are facing a lot of barriers although the Ministry of Health’s General Office for Population and Family Planning recently makes a plan to encourage them to have more babies in order to raise the fertility rate and maintain the golden population of Việt Nam.
Some 136 at-risk babies have received milk over two months from 46 donor mothers from the country’s first human milk bank at the Đà Nẵng Hospital for Women and Children.
Việt Nam’s first human milk bank opened today at the Đà Nẵng Hospital for Women and Children in central Đà Nẵng City.
Winners of the Vietnamese Dads photo contest -- inspired by Swedish Dads, a photo series created by Swedish photographer Johan Bavman -- were announced yesterday.