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Otri, Director of Syrian-Lebanese Hospital Discuss Arab Community's Role, Two Memos Signed

Otri, Director of Syrian-Lebanese Hospital Discuss Arab Community's Role, Two Memos Signed

(Dp-news- sana)

Prime Minister Mohammad Naji Otri on Saturday reviewed with Director of Sao Paulo-based Syrian-Lebanese Hospital Dr. Riad Yunous the role of the Arab communities in enhancing relations between their motherlands and the countries in which they live.

The two sides called for boosting up communication between communities and their nation and the Arabic language.
They also discussed cooperation between the scientific and medical bodies, and ways of exchanging expertise in training and qualification, hospital management and health services.

Premier Otri highlighted the fruitful outcomes of President Bashar al-Assad's tour to Latin America, calling for translating them on the ground through taking practical steps and carrying out joint projects in the development, service and practical domains.



Swaid, Yunous Review the Syrian-Lebanese Hospital Key Role
In a similar meeting, Minister of Expatriates Joseph Swaid discussed with Dr. Yunous the role of the Syrian-Lebanese Hospital in qualifying Syrian staffs through agreements and cooperation programs signed with the bodies concerned. For his part, Yunous indicated that the memos signed with the ministries of Health and Higher Education are a solid basis for future cooperation between the Hospital and health institutions in Syria.


Ministries of Health, Higher Education Sign two Memos with Syrian-Lebanese Hospital


Earlier, Syrian Ministry of Health signed a memo of understanding with the Syrian-Lebanese Hospital in Sao Paulo, Brazil for enhancing cooperation in the domain of health.


The memo stipulates dispatching specialists from both sides and boosting up bilateral cooperation in various fields in addition to establishing specialized therapeutic centers in Syria.


The five-year memo also includes dispatching staff from the Syrian Ministry of Health to the Syrian-Lebanese Hospital to qualify them and improve their skills.





According to the memo, the two sides cooperate in organizing scientific symposiums, conferences and workshops in the two countries in addition to granting scholarships to the Syrian cadres and holding specialized training courses by the Syrian-Lebanese Hospital.


The memo also stipulates establishing therapeutic centers in Syria for cancer neurosurgery and cardiac surgery in addition to setting programs for exchanging expertise.


The memo was signed by Syrian Assistant Minister of Health Osama Sammaq and Director of the Syrian-Lebanese Hospital Dr. Riad Yunous.


Minister of Health Rida Said said that the signed memo will contribute to developing the expertise of the Syrian doctors and medical cadres in addition to supporting health service centers in Syria.


The Minister indicated that the memo will also provide an important opportunity for benefiting from the experience of the Syrian-Lebanese Hospital in the domain of laparoscopic surgery in addition to the generic medicines to support the policy of the ministry in providing highly effective medicines with suitable prices for the Syrian citizens.


For his part, Dr. Yunous said that his hospital will hold training courses, symposiums and conferences in cooperation with the Syrian Ministry of Health in addition to dispatching Syrian doctors to the hospitals for further training.




A similar memo of understanding was signed between the Hospital and the Syrian Ministry of Health on scientific cooperation and exchanging expertise in different areas.


The memo stipulates establishing training centers at the academic hospitals affiliated to the Ministry of Higher Education in addition to providing the required technical and scientific equipment for holding training courses in Syria.


The two sides will also cooperate in specialized fields such as transplanting liver to pave the way for establishing specialized centers in the academic hospitals in Syria.


The memo also stipulates preparing certain programs to meet the needs of the Ministry of Higher Education in addition to conducting joint researches between both sides' academic medical institutions.


According to the memo, the two sides hold symposiums, conferences and lectures, and the Syrian-Lebanese Hospital grants scholarships for a number of Syrian doctors and nurses.


Assistant Minister of Health Nizar al-Dahir said that the memo opens new prospects of joint work for exchanging expertise and enhancing cooperation between the two sides.


Dr. Yunous said that signing the memo is a means of connection between the expatriates and their motherland, adding that it will be the basis for enhancing scientific and humanitarian relations between the two sides.


The Syrian-Lebanese Hospital in Sao Paulo was founded in 1921 by the Syrian-Lebanese Women Association.


'The Hospital Sirio-Libanes' is one of the most important hospitals in Brazil and Latin America. The 54,000-square-meter facility employs 2,500 people, including the most qualified physicians in 60 areas of specialization, 277 beds, two surgical wards, two intensive care units, and capacity for fifty operations per day.

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