According to a report at the conference delivered by Senior Colonel Pham Thi Lan Anh, Deputy Director of the Department of Health under the Ministry of Public Security, the medical branch of the People’s Public Security Forces has always received much care and investment from leaders of the ministry for both medical equipment and personnel, meeting an increasing need for health care of public security officers and soldiers. However, the public security medical branch still faced numerous difficulties, including lack of high-quality human resources, out-of-date technology and equipment.
Speaking at the conference, Deputy Minister Nguyen Van Son praised the great efforts and the achievements obtained by all public security medical staff over the past time. He noted, many public security medical cadres, with their high sense of responsibility, voluntarily moved to work at social hotspots, regardless of difficulties, hardships, dangers and even risks of contracting dangerous diseases such as HIV and tuberculosis.
However, Deputy Minister Nguyen Van Son still urged all public security medical workers to uphold their high sense of responsibility, frequently improve their professional expertise and successfully fulfill their sacred and noble tasks of curing and saving patients when they come to every public security medical facility.