Meeting between the Seoul Medical Center & CityNet

On June 19, the CityNet Secretariat visited Seoul Medical Center and had a meeting with Kwan-Young Song, the President of Seoul Medical Center, Jae-Pil Choi, the Senior Official of Seoul Medical Center, and Soon Woong Han, the Manager of Cooperative & Development Department. This opportunity was used to introduce some of CityNet’s recent activities on COVID-19, discuss ways through which CityNet and Seoul Medical Center can cooperate in the future.

The Seoul Medical Center is a public hospital under Seoul Metropolitan Government, established in 1977. In 2018, a delegation of CityNet Indonesian members also made a visit to the Seoul Medical Center for a study visit on healthy cities and hospital management to learn the medical and administrative services of Korean hospitals, as well as the management system of emergency center and isolation units.

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