India: Nova Medical Centers Pvt Ltd., India’s leading short stay surgical company today announced the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding with Tashkent Medical Academy to achieve continuous academic engagement. This agreement commences an alliance to share and exchange information on medical practices, joint scientific and academic publications, exchange modern methodology of treatment of various diseases and raise additional funds to finance joint programs. The agreement was signed by Dr Yuldashev Yarkin Karimovich, head of Tashkent Medical Academy and Suresh Soni, Chairman and CEO Nova Medical Centers Pvt Limited.
Tashkent Medical Academy was represented by a team of orthopaedic surgeons and Dr Behraddin, deputy head of the academy in New Delhi.
On the occasion, Suresh Soni, Chairman and CEO Nova Medical Centers Pvt Ltd said, “We are very happy to partner with Tashkent Medical Academy and expand our presense in the growing medical field of Uzbekistan. We at Nova believe there is immense opportunity and need for good quality of training for medical consultants through initiatives like Master Classes. I’m confident of contributing significantly to develop the quality of medical facilities and treatments in Uzbekistan.”
Established in 2009, Nova Medical Centers develops, acquires, owns and operates short-stay surgical centers in partnership with surgeons across India and the Middle East. Nova’s mission is to provide world class surgical care that is affordable and conveniently located. Nova pioneered the concept of short stay surgical care in India. By specializing solely on short-stay surgical procedures, Nova focuses on providing quality care to its patients through state of the art facilities and world renowned doctors.
Tashkent Medical Academy was founded on the basis of the abolished 1st and 2nd Tashkent State Medical Institutes through the Decree of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan on 19th July 2005. The academy, backed by the Ministry of Health of Uzbekistan is majorly involved in the preparation of highly qualified personnel for providing quality healthcare and identifying directions for higher medical educational facilities.