(MTI) – The governments of Hungary and China have opened a health centre in Budapest’s eighth district to offer services based on an integrated application of traditional Chinese and Western medicine.
Gyorgy G Nemeth, the head of the new centre, told MTI on Thursday that the facility was the first of its kind in Hungary, following examples in the US, Australia and some European countries.
The new health centre aims to introduce Chinese medical traditions to Hungarian patients, as well as to provide Hungary’s Chinese community with high level services, G Nemeth said.
The centre, employing some 30 doctors, including five Chinese, was set up under a long-term cooperation agreement signed by prime ministers of the two countries in February this year.
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