Almaty to become regional hub of South Korea’s leading medical company
South Korea will invest up to $30 million in the medical sphere of Almaty city. The metropolis is expected to become a regional hub of the leading South Korean group of medical companies in Central Asia. This was stated during the working trip of Almaty Mayor Yerbolat Dossayev to Seoul, where he met with South Korean representatives of the medical fund and medical company. The parties discussed the prospects of implementation of a number of joint projects, including the construction of a new clinic and the modernization of clinical laboratories. Also, in terms of the method of managing a clinic and medical examination center at the level of primary health care, the South Korean health care model is due to be introduced in the country. Besides, South Korean specialists will help their Kazakh counterparts streamline registration data processing as well as enhance self-diagnostic devices and telemedicine.