June 29, 2018

First South Korean hospital joins Mayo network

By Karl W Oestreich

Post-Bulletin
by Anne Halliwell

Myongji Hospital is the first provider in South Korea to join the Mayo Clinic Care Network. As part of the network, the hospital will have access to Mayo Clinic research Logo for Post-Bulletin newspaperand experts. Myongji physicians will be able to consult with Mayo Clinic on patient care, take part in additional training, and access Mayo’s patient education materials. “We have become a member of the Mayo Clinic Care Network by proving our commitment to quality care and our dedication to patient-centered medical services,” Wang-Jun Lee, the CEO and chairman of Myongji Hospital, said in a press release. “Our mission reflects a shared focus to keep the needs of the patient first. Combining the knowledge and experience of Mayo Clinic with Myongji Hospital’s expert care will enhance the high-quality medical services we provide our patients.”

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Additional coverage: Med City BeatKorea Biomedical Review

Context: South Korea – Myongji Hospital in South Korea and Mayo Clinic have announced that Myongji Hospital has joined the Mayo Clinic Care Network. Myongji Hospital is the first hospital in South Korea to join the network, a select group of independent health care systems that have special access to Mayo Clinic’s knowledge and expertise to better serve their patients and communities. You can read more about the announcement on Mayo Clinic News Network.

Contact: Rhoda Fukushima Madson

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