Hanyang University Medical Center Concludes a Contract with the Lions Clubs International
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Hanyang University Medical Center (Executive Vice President and Head of the Medical Center, Choi Ho-soon) signed a contract of cooperation with the Lions Clubs International 354-C District (President Heo Jea-gap) on July 21, in the 1st conference room on the 8th floor of the East Wing of Hanyang University Seoul Hospital.
Choi Ho-soon Executive Vice President and Head of the Medical Center, Yoon Ho-ju President of Hanyang University Hospital, Lee Oh-young President of Hanyang University International Hospital, Lee Hang-rak Head of the Office of External Affairs and Development, Cho Young-wan Head of the Management Support Team, Jun Hun-hyo Head of the Operation Support Team, and more attended the contract signing ceremony. From the Lions Clubs International 354-C District, personnel from major executive branches came, including President Heo Jea-gap, Shin Hyun-jong First Vice President, Goh Suk-bong Head of the Volunteer Group, and Jo Heung-sik Secretary-General.
With the contract as its beginning, both institutions promised to build a close relationship by having amity and trust as its basis, for the promotion of health and cooperation.
Choi Ho-soon Executive Vice President and Head of the Medical Center commented that "we are happy to conclude a contract with the Lions Clubs International, an institution that donated protective clothing to us last month for the prevention of COVID-19 infection," and added that "we hope that this contract becomes a milestone of development for both Hanyang University Medical Center and the Lions Clubs International, as much as Hanyang University holds "Love in Deed and Truth" as its founding principle, and the Lions Clubs International conducts various volunteer work both domestically and internationally."
President Heo Jea-gap mentioned that "the Lions Clubs International 354-C District is currently conducting various volunteer work through 100 clubs and about 2,000 lions, having the 9 gu administrative districts of Gangbuk area as its starting point," and added, "we hope that this contract encourages a close relationship with Hanyang University Medical Center; we thank the medical faculty again for helping to prevent COVID-19 infection throughout the day and night."
Global News Team
Translation by: Lee Won-young
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