Successfully finished stage 1 of the Laotian modern police hospital construction project
Published 3 books including site survey report and medical plans
Can be used as basic data for international health and medicine projects
With the Laotian police modern hospital construction project team (led by Professor Lee Gyeong-soo, Preventive Medicine) completing the first stage of the project (local survey, medical plans, architectural designs), Yeungnam Medical Center (Director Kim Jong-yeon) published three books (cover photos above) such as ‘the site survey report (English)’ and the ‘medical plans (Korean/English)’ containing the core functions and detailed operation plans of the hospital.
For the medical plans, the major roles and key functions of the modern police hospital were set based on the results of examining various literature, medical personnel demand surveys, patient satisfaction surveys, and local resident medical demand surveys; while systemizing through the organization of a comprehensive medical plan including operation plans and necessary personnel plans per department, amount of medical treatment per clinical department, and the levels and types of medical services.
Prior to publishing these three books, project team leader Lee Gyeong-soo said, “With the successful completion of the first stage of the project and publishing the outcomes in books, we expect to increase understanding and interests on international health and medicine projects carried out by the medical center,” while adding, “It has been difficult for schools and institutes hoping to take part in international health and medicine projects to find basic data that they could refer to prepare or plan for projects. This publication should provide some assistance to this.”