Over 2,000 kids receive free cardiovascular examination in Binh Dinh province

(VNF) - Health experts of the charity program “Heart for kids” from Bach Mai Hospital, Hanoi Medical University Hospital and the Binh Dinh provincial General Hospital have recently provided free cardiovascular examination for over 2,000 kids in the province.

Over 2,000 kids receive free cardiovascular examination in Binh Dinh province
(VNF) - Health experts of the charity program “Heart for kids” from Bach Mai Hospital, Hanoi Medical University Hospital and the Binh Dinh provincial General Hospital have recently provided free cardiovascular examination for over 2,000 kids in the province.

The examinations uncovered nearly 200 cases of congenital heart diseases, 75 of them expect to undergo an urgent operation.

Binh Dinh province is located on the south central coast of Vietnam, is known as “the land of martial arts” since it is the origin of many famous fighting techniques. Apart from Kinh ethnic, it has around 25,000 people from ethnic minority groups of Bana, Cham and Hre.

According to Ms Le Thi Vinh Huong, Vice Head of the Binh Dinh provincial Department of Labor, War-Invalids and Social Affairs, this is the first ever largest cardiovascular examination in the locality. She hoped to see more support from people with kindly hearts nationwide to help each needy kid in Binh Dinh enjoying a better and healthier life.

Sponsors should directly transfer money to bank accounts 002 110 130 6008 (for Vietnamese Dong), Military Joint Stock Commercial Bank - MB, Ba Dinh branch; or 000751266666 Lien Viet Post Joint Stock Commercial Bank - LienVietPostBank, Thanh Nhan branch; or hotline 04. 62 969 969./.

( VNF )

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