Rawan mohammed

Rawan mohammed

Oct 26, 2018

Seung-Ho Yun, President of Samsung Electronics Egypt, Ragia Samir, Head of Corporate Marketing, Samsung Electronics Egypt, Under Secretary of Health Dr. Magdy Hegazy & Professor Dr. Seddik Abdel Salam, Vice President of Alexandria University, attended the opening of the School, which will ultimately support the development of the diagnostic skills

of medical practitioners in Alexandria.

 

“We are proud to be playing an active role in the development of this vital sector and in the welfare of Egyptians by improving the quality of lives through our transformative technologies and innovations” said Seung-Ho Yun, President of Samsung Electronics Egypt. “Samsung is committed to supporting patients, doctors and medical centers using our innovative technologies and advanced medical equipment in hopes of creating a more healthy childbirth experience for Egyptian mothers.”

 

"As an industry leader and a socially responsible corporate, Samsung Electronics Egypt is continually seeking opportunities to further give back to the Egyptian community” said Ragia Samir, Head of Corporate Marketing, Samsung Electronics Egypt “Samsung embarks on such

initiatives with a deep belief in the positive impact of modern technologies, Samsung’s SONO Schools is established to offer doctors who are training at the Ultrasound Fetal Care

Unit the chance to use the most advanced medical equipment available in the world and this much needed initiative will not only focus on early detection of diseases during pregnancy, but will, more importantly, contribute to the development of the healthcare sector by training and improving the skills of medical practitioners in Alexandria using Samsung’s advanced sonography machines.

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