Friday, 21 July 2017
Tomsk Medical Center organized a clinic at a large refinery in Vietnam
The clinic is organized by a subsidiary of the Center of Corporate Medicine in the city of Vung Tau. A large modern refinery is located in the northern part of the country, its investors are the Japanese and Kuwaitis. The production process was launched this May.

"Our commercial proposal was the best among well-known international companies that wanted to participate in this international project," said Sergey Antipov, General Director of the Center of Corporate Medicine. – The clinic is quite large and is located on the territory of the refinery, and the enterprise itself is located in one of the poorest parts of Vietnam. A residential complex has been built for employees, there are two small clinics on its territory, which also belong to CCM. "

The clinic of the plant is equiped with two ambulances. The medical staff is international: now there are five Vietnamese and eight Russian doctors working in the clinic – general practitioners, nurses, and emergency doctors. Their main task is to provide first emergency aid in cases of injury, acute illness or in emergency situations.

According to the general director of Center of Corporate Medicine, the project is quite specific and differs from similar projects in Russia.

"The refinery is big, hectic, explosive, it is just starting to work, everything needs to be done from scratch. Even the working conditions are not typical, I mean the abnormal heat. In addition, the Vietnamese legislation is very different from the Russian one, you have to consult a lot, adapt the work, adjust the system. The project is significant for us, because we have been working in Vietnam for the third year under internal contracts, and this is an export contract in its pure form, "

As Sergey Antipov specified, the contract with the refinery was signed for two years. The contract is considered as an important step for the development of a company in Southeast Asia.