JK Plastic Recognized as Model Medical Tourism Clinic
On the day JK became the first clinic of the 28 medical institutions for cooperation in the medical tourism field to be presented with the signboard approved by the mayor as a model institute for the other medical centers.
Designed by university professors, the signboard served as a form of recognition for tourists to recognize JK as one of the medical centers which deliver outstanding medical services to its patients.The ceremony was attended by scores of medical specialists including CEO & MD Joo Kwon of JK Plastic Surgery Center and President Lee Byung-Seok of Gangnamgu Medical Tourism Association.
In the opening speech Mayor Shin congratulated JK and hoped that JK will continue to improve its services and serve as a role model for the other medical centers in Gangnam-gu, as well as in the nation.
The ceremony was subsequently followed by an exceptionally arranged tour around the center for the guests to gain a better understanding of the surgery processes and medical technologies used during the operations.
Ten years since its opening, JK has attained a record of having the highest number of clinical cases in Korea without causing a single medical accident.
Last year alone a total of 24,535 foreign medical tourists visited clinics, hospitals, and other medical insitututes located in Gangnam City, making Gangnam as the city visited by largest number of foreigners for treatments.
There are over 2,000 clinics, hospitals, and other medical insitututes concentrated within the posh Gangnam City.for details or inquiries please contact the Gangnam-Gu Office at 3451-2587 for Director Kang Hyun-Seop of Gangnam-Gu Office's Public Health Center.
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June Low serves as staff writer for The Seoul Times. She graduated from Nanyang Technological University in Singapore with a degree in psychology. Low studied the Korean language at Yonsei University and Sogang University in Seoul. Her hobbies include playing the guitar and the piano.
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