A new destination for Chinese medical tourists in the far Eastern Federal district

Director of the business incubator “PUE” Ms. Su Jing, at the end of May this year, visited the medical Association of Feb RAS. She also visited the FEFU medical center, which looks like a promising destination for Chinese medical tourists.

Due to the long-term partnership of the Chinese and Russian academies of Sciences, new agreements on development and cooperation are being concluded. In January 2019, new agreements were signed with the business incubator “PUE”, headed by Ms. Su Jing. At the end of may, the Director of the business incubator visited Vladivostok to discuss and work out specific mechanisms of interaction.

Special attention of the delegation was paid to the FEFU medical center on Russian island. Ms. Su Jing got acquainted with the high-tech equipment, the condition of hospitals, resuscitation and accommodation of accompanying persons. The prospects of creating a medical tourist route from China to the FEFU medical center were highly appreciated.

In addition, the delegation visited The medical Association of Feb RAS, where the direction of biotechnology is actively developing. The advanced non-invasive medical equipment produced here is of particular interest to Chinese investors. The delegation had a presentation of the work of the laboratory of environmental Neurocybernetics of the Research center “Arctic” Feb RAS. It is in the “Arctic” that advanced international studies of acoustic analysis of the rhythmic activity of the brain are conducted.

Medical tourism in Primorye is one of the most promising areas of export services. Russian island, in turn, has economic preferences, which attracts investors from all over the world. Thanks to this and geographical proximity, FEFU is a promising destination for Chinese medical tourists. Learn more about the development of medical tourism in Primorye on our portal. For more information about the visit of the Chinese delegation to Vladivostok, read the website “news of Vladivostok and Primorye”.

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