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GE Healthcare to launch ultrasound training in Indonesia

17th September 2013

GE Healthcare has announced a new collaborative project aimed at providing ultrasound training to obstetrics and gynaecology specialists in Indonesia.

The company is allying with Perkumpulan Obstetri dan Ginekologi Indonesia (POGI) to provide the Asian nation's first certified competency training to enhance medical education in this crucial field.

It aims to provide training for all members of POGI and basic, intermediate and advanced levels and comes at a time when Indonesian lawmakers are introducing new standards and requirements to improve the overall standard of care.

This is part of GE Healthcare's wider efforts to help drive ensure that the needs of health experts in Asian countries are adequately fulfilled.

Dave Utama, president and chief executive officer of GE Healthcare in the ASEAN region, said: "We recognise the critical role healthcare education training plays in delivering quality patient care. Investing in education creates opportunities to improve clinical knowledge, reduce patient risks and provide enhanced patient care."

This comes after the firm last week announced the launch of Silent Scan, a new technology that makes MRI scanning procedures much quieter.ADNFCR-8000103-ID-801638451-ADNFCR

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