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Bangladesh Volunteer Medical Service

  • Spreading the message of love
    • Since 2004, a group composed of staff members of the Department of Orthopaedics and other CNUH hospital workers have provided advanced medical treatment for the people of Bangladesh, while also spreading the message of love, through its volunteer medical services.
  • History
History of Biomedical Research Institute
2004년 2004 Overseas Medical Services
Date : 2004. 9. 25 ~ 10. 2
Place : Bangladesh kkolram ttolra Hospital
Members : 16
2005년 2005 Overseas Medical Services
Date : 2005. 9. 17 ~ 9. 24
Place : Bangladesh kkolram ttolra Hospital and vicinity
Members : 22
2006년 2006 Overseas Medical Services
Date : 2006. 9. 30 ~ 10. 7
Place : Bangladesh kkolram ttolra Hospital and vicinity
Members : 33
2007년 2007 Overseas Medical Services
Date : 2007. 9. 22~9. 29
Place : Bangladesh kkolram ttolra Hospital and vicinity
Members : 28
2009년 2009 Overseas Medical Services
Date : 2009. 9. 30 ~ 10. 6
Place : Bangladesh FOB hospitals, KOICA hospitals, hospitals kkolram ttolra
Members : 10
2010년 2010 Overseas Medical Services
Date : 2010. 9. 16 ~ 9. 22
Place : Bangladesh FOB hospitals, KOICA hospitals, hospitals kkolram ttolra
Members : 12

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Haiti Volunteer Medical Service

  • Planting hopes and dreams in the land of Haiti
    • Under the slogan "Sharing love and sharing culture," the Chunnam National University Hospital provided medical care in Caracol and Terrior Rouge following the Haiti disaster. Volunteers helped spread love among the region, while also offering top-class medical care.

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The CNU Dental Hospital 'Overseas Medical Volunteering Work' in Altanbulag and Ulaanbaatar of Mongolia

The CNU Dental Hospital 'Overseas Medical Volunteering Work' in Altanbulag and Ulaanbaatar of Mongolia

A team of volunteer workers from the Chonnam National University School of Dentistry has recently offered a helping hand to the local residents of Altanbulag and Ulaanbaatar of Mongolia.

The team which included Kim Seon-mi, head of the department of academic affairs, students from the School of Dentistry, local dentists, and other volunteer workers, provided dental care (treatment of dental caries, tooth extraction and scaling, denture correction, etc) to the local residents of Altanbulag. In cooperation with the medical volunteer workers of Gwangju Gyeojassi Church, and more importantly, the students and professors of the sisterhood dental school in Mongolia, this years team successfully provided care for over 1,000 patients. The team also handed out toothpastes and toothbrushes, provided fluorine coating, and also offered education on oral health to local teenagers.

The Chonnam National University School of Dentistry has made a continuous effort to help its students understand the importance of sharing, by encouraging them to participate in many different medical volunteering programs, both within the country and abroad. These places include Bangladesh, Myanmar, the Foreign-worker Health Center in Gwangju, Haengbok Rehabilitation Facility, Senior Welfare Center, Hampyeong, Naju, and the village hall of Suncheon.

The 11th CNU Dental Hospital 'Overseas Medical Volunteering' in Bangladesh (2012)

The CNU Dental Hospital 'Overseas Medical Volunteering Work' in Altanbulag and Ulaanbaatar of Mongolia

The Chonnam National University School of Dentistry and the Dental Hospital Overseas Volunteer Workers have offered medical aid in Bangladesh. The team of 34 people, which included professor Oh Hyi-gyun (Department of Oral & Maxilofacial Surgery), professor Guk Min-seok (Department of Oral & Maxilofacial Surgery), medical residents of the Department of Oral & Maxilofacial Surgery, scrub nurses from the cleft lip and palate surgery team, the Kang Ki-chang (Chairman of the Bridge Medical Association), Kim Jeong-han(Ophthalmology) and many other doctors, dentists and medical/dental students, provided medical services in the Karamtola Christian Hospital, Tongi Clinic, and the Korean Embassy of Dhaka, Bangladesh.

The team was divided into two different divisions, the cleft lip/palate and ophthalmology surgery division and the medical/dental traveling clinic division. Both teams donated medical supplies and surgical materials to local hospitals and clinics. The cleft lip/palate and ophthalmology surgery division carried out surgery for 6 patients with a cleft lip/palate and 1 patient with facial malformation due to an angioma, during the 3 days at the Karamtola Christian Hospital.

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