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An Agreement with the Suganuma Group and Healthcare Accelerator Corporation

On April 24th, DTU signed cooperation agreements with the Suganuma Group and with the Healthcare Accelerator Corporation. Mr. Shimonishi Kiyoshi, Deputy Consul General of Japan in Danang; Mr. Suganuma Kurato, Director of the Suganuma Group; Mr. Ohta Yuki, Director of Healthcare Accelerator (HA); Dr. Nguyen Huu Phu, DTU Vice-Provost; heads of faculties and centers; Health Sciences lecturers and students attended.
The signing
Mr. Kiyoshi said: “It’s an honor to be here today. Recently, the relationship between Japan and Vietnam has become strengthened, especially economically, as Japanese companies are increasingly investing in Danang. In Medicine, however, relations between us are few, so our agreement to invest in an international hospital here is a really important milestone. We will build the most modern hospital in Vietnam and Southeast Asia, helping Danang to become a major city in the ASEAN region.”
Mr. Ohta Yuki 
The three partners agreed to work together to:
- Build and operate the DTU International Hospital
- Develop training facilities in and around Danang to enable DTU College of Medicine & Pharmacy (CMP) students to study and practice
- Arrange healthcare internships in Japan at Healthcare Accelerator hospitals and work locally on return
- Work together to improve the quality of the health sector in Danang
 Mr. Yuki said: “It has been three years since Healthcare Accelerator Corp started collaborating with the DTU School of Medicine and Pharmacy, specifically with the Faculty of Nursing. I am delighted that our partnership has become closer in the meantime. Thanks go to DTU for choosing Healthcare Accelerator as one of your strategic partners in our international hospital project. We will work with you to support the construction of an international hospital and contribute to the development of the city's health sector, and hope we can collaborate even further on more health-related activities in the near future."
Previously, DTU students had participated in training programs taught by Japanese medical experts and nurses, from Japan, including theoretical and practical courses on care and rehabilitation programs in Japan, and the skills required to work there.
(Media Center)