Georgia, Turkey to intensify cooperation in medical tourism
Tbilisi, Georgia, June 30
By Nana Kirtzkhalia - Trend:
A workshop was held in Tbilisi under the auspices of the International Association for Medical Services. The representatives of the health care system and the leading clinics of Turkey attended it.
Visitturkeyforhealthcare Platform was the organizer of the workshop.
The representatives of the Ministries of Health of Georgia and Adjara, Medical University, leading central and regional clinics attended the workshop.
Turkish doctors have presented their health care system and the reforms undertaken in this area over the last ten years.
A group of Turkish doctors will arrive in Georgia in the near future as part of the project, director of the platform, Dr. Dursun Aydin said.
He also said that the Turkish language courses will open for the Georgian doctors who do not have jobs. This is an opportunity for them to get a job in Turkish private hospitals.
Turkey has improved its medical system to a level equal to Europe and the USA over the last ten years. Some 3,700 Georgian citizens were treated in Turkey in 2012. Their number reached 6,000 in 2013.