Frontline, an excellent hospital: Israeli ambassador

Kathmandu. Hanan Goder, Israel’s ambassador to Nepal has said the frontline is an excellent hospital. Ambassador Goder has said he excels in terms of equipment during an observation of frontline hospital in old Baneswar on Friday.

He had observed all departments and wards in the hospital. Ambassador Goder was briefed on the overall state of the hospital by Dr.Chakraj Pandey, the hospital’s Chief of the President Clinical Services.

After a hospital observation, Ambassador Goder said Nepal had made significant improvements in the health sector. He also informed that Nepal’s hospitals are like international hospitals in terms of the quality of technology and service.

After an observation here, Nepal appears to have made significant progress in the health sector. I had the opportunity to look at the services provided by infrastructure, equipment and hospitals and found all these services internationally,” he said, adding that Nepal is also upgrading services with the development of modern medicine.

He compared the hospital to the human body, informing that every department of the hospital was important, just as every organ of a person is important. This is the second term of Ambassador Goder in Nepal. Earlier, he had been an ambassador to Nepal for the first time 10 years ago. He informed us that there had been rapid development in Nepal’s health sector 10 years ago and now.

Over a 10 -year period, Nepal’s health sector has been a major achievement. I have seen a lot of progress in the health sector in 10 years, ‘he said, adding that Nepalese medicine has increased over a period of 10 years. While there is little progress to be seen looking at the issue, it shows signs of much improvement overall. He noted that the relationship between Nepal and Israel was long overdue, noting that cooperation was also taking place in the health sector and that it would be further enhanced.

Navaj Pandey, president of frontline hospital, informed the hospital was brought into operation to provide international level treatment services in a different way than any other hospital. He said the hospital has emphasized state of the art technology and skilled manpower to provide quality health care.

Likewise, Dr. Lochan Karki, president of the Nepal Medical Association, informed that new developments in health technology were being facilitated by the development in Nepal’s medical field.

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