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Operations Notice - Tet Holidays

Operations Notice - Tet Holidays

Dear valued patients, Please be informed that Family Medical Practice clinics will follow the below operating schedules
Are antibiotics placing your kids at risk?

Are antibiotics placing your kids at risk?

Vietnam is among the world's worst countries for overuse of antibiotics. Much has been written about the worldwide epidemic of antibiotic abuse and the rise of "superbugs", but even against a backdrop of international attention, the excessive use of antibiotics in Vietnam is alarming.

Family Medical Practice and the Embassy of Israel on Humanitarian Mission to Kon Tum

Family Medical Practice decided this year to engage in our third humanitarian mission to rural Vietnam, working with the Embassy of Israel to contribute a combined $300,000 in medical care and equipment, household supplies, and other charitable assistance to the impoverished communities of Kon Plong, one of the remotest parts of Vietnam.

Public Holiday Notice

Dear valued patients, Please be informed that Family Medical Practice clinics will follow the below operating schedules

[DN] Health talk on Stress Management

On December 08-09, Family Medical Practice successfully conducted talks on Stress Management for employees of Pullman Beach Resort in Danang.

[Hanoi] New Doctors: welcome on board; Dr. Shushunov and Dr. Nalpas & Glad you are back: Dr. Elisabeth

We are thrilled to have them join our medical team. Help us welcome these new physicians to our Hanoian community!

Holiday Notice September 2016

Dear valued patients, Please be informed that Family Medical Practice clinics will follow the below operating schedules

Medical sponsorship for basketball games in Danang

On 05/10/2016, Family Medical Practice was proud to be the medical sponsor for the basketball game between Danang Dragons and Saigon Heat, held at Military Zone 5 Stadium in Danang City.

FMP Hanoi Kon Plong's Medical and Humanitarian Camp

Kon Plong is home to some of Vietnam’s most disadvantaged communities including Xe Dang, Mo Nam, Ka Dong, and H'Re minority tribes. People in these regions experience some of the highest mortality and lowest life expectancies in the region - often from preventable causes. This includes a tragically high level of prenatal mortality from home deliveries without midwives.