Dr.Binh Tele_Clinic - Provide medical services in Hanoi that meet standards for examining and treating foreign patients
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In 2014, Ministry of Health’s Department of Medical Services Administration asked Bureau of Employment to provide a list of all health care provides that meeting the conditions for medical examination for foreigners working in Vietnam in accordance with the provisions of Statement No. 14/2013/TT-BYT dated 6/5/2013 of the Ministry of Health on "Health Examination Guidelines".
To facilitate a culture of patient safety and optimize patient outcomes for foreigners working in Vietnam, Department of Medical Services Administration reviewed, updated, and supplemented a list of all healthcare services that have adequate facilities to perform medical examination for foreigners working in Vietnam in accordance with Statement 14/2013/TT-BYT.
Accordingly, there were 63 institutions, hospitals, and healthcare systems that satisfy the health quality measures for examination and treatment for international patients. Dr.Binh Tele_Clinic is one of 13 institutions in Hanoi that have certifications to perform medical check-up for foreigners working in Vietnam.
This is not only good news for us but also the guidelines for Dr. Binh to facilitate medical package for organizations working with foreigners within the city and neighboring provinces.
Dr. Binh met the standards to examine and treat foreigners working in Vietnam.
Source: Dr.Binh Tele_Clinic
Dr. Binh Tele_Clinic facilitates medical check-ups for work permit applications and renewals as required by Ministry of Health. We also conduct other statutory health screenings for applications of social visit passes and employment passes.
We are also able to conduct medical screenings for visa applications to different countries. Passport is mandatory for all international visa cases.
To make an appointment, please either call +84 (0)24 3622 7799 or click the “Make an Appointment” here.
Please check the full Statement no. 143/KCB-PHCN&GĐ about reviewing and updating health care services that meet quality standards for examining and treating foreign patients (according to Ministry of Health's Statement no. 14/2013/TT-BYT dated May 6, 2015) here.