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Министр здравоохранения Южной Кореи Дже-Хи Джеон

Я Дже-Хи Джеон, министр здравоохранения Южной Кореи. I understand that some in our society are suffering hardship due to difficult circumstances in life and are worried that the government`s strong pursuit of economic growth might shadow welfare of the public.

But "achieving economic growth" and "achieving social integration by taking care of
people`s lives" are two major pillars in government administration.

To support one of the two important pillars, our Ministry will

  1. work hard to effectively tackle the issues of aging population and low fertility.
  2. improve the system to secure the safety of food and medicine.
  3. strengthen policies to ensure the sustainability of National Health Insurance and National Pension Policy.
  4. deliver needed services to those in need of help at the right time.
  5. communicate with the public about the issues that require a policy decision and listen to voices of the people. and
  6. maintain consistency of policies while pursuing necessary changes for the future.

We, at the Ministry of Health & Welfare, will strive to create a society where poverty is not inherited, the health of the public is taken care of, and people live better lives. With foresight and unwavering conviction, I will take steps to strengthen policies for better health and welfare in Korea. I look forward to your encouragement and active participation in such endeavors. Thank you. Jae-Hee Jeon Minister of Health & Welfare, Republic of Korea

Дже-Хи Джеон министр здравоохранения Южной Кореи

The Korea Healthcare Industry Development Institute (KHIDI) will be presenting its first national health care and medical tourism conference in Korea on April 13-16th, 2010, and they hope that the event will be the largest global healthcare and medical tourism conference in Asia.

Jae-Hee Jeon, the Minister for Health, Welfare and Family Affairs, has stated that the “Global Healthcare & Medical Tourism Conference Korea 2010 is the first annual global healthcare conference hosted by the Ministry of Health, Welfare and Family Affairs of Korea. We are proud to have the event to prove to the world our excellence in quality of our care and the readiness of Korea's governmental and healthcare providers to better serve foreign patients.”

The conference will feature up to 1,000 attendees from over 25 countries, bringing together industry stakeholders for networking and educational opportunities. Conference delegates include a worldwide selection of healthcare providers, international insurance companies, top medical tourism facilitators, travel agencies and referring physicians.

According to a 2008 Deloitte report, approximately 750,000 U.S citizens traveled abroad for healthcare in 2007. As Korea becomes a popular destination for American patient, the country has begun to actively promote its advanced medical services and affordable medical costs. Through the conference, KHIDI will not only try to promote the Korean healthcare industry, but also aims to provide comprehensive and practical information about medical tourism in all other locations. The conference topics include marketing strategies, legal issues, and case studies in medical tourism.

Dr. Bupwan Kim, the President of KHIDI, said, “There has been a significant increase in incoming foreign patients looking for Korea's world-class healthcare services. As the leading healthcare country in Asia, we'd like to discuss all the critical issues relating to the global healthcare industry, and the best ways to develop the industry through the Global Healthcare & Medical Tourism Congress Korea 2010. This conference will also be a great opportunity to develop and reinforce global networks among medical providers, insurance companies and facilitators.”

Список министров здравоохранения Южной Кореи

Term
Name
Period of Tenure
5th PARK, SOOL-YEUM 1952. 10. 9 ~ 1955. 2. 16
4th CHOI, CHANG-SOON 1952. 1. 12 ~ 1952. 10. 9
3rd HUH, JUNG 1950. 11. 23 ~ 1952. 1. 12
2nd LEE, YOON-YOUNG 1948. 12. 24 ~ 1950. 11. 23
1st JEON, JIN-HAN 1948. 8. 1 ~ 1948. 12. 24
3rd CHOI, JAE-YU 1952. 2. 5 ~ 1955. 2. 16
2nd OH, HAN-YOUNG 1950. 11. 26 ~ 1952. 2. 5
1st GOO, YOUNG-SOOK 1948. 6. 4 ~ 1950. 11. 26
29th SUH, SANG-MOK 1993. 12. 22 ~ 1994. 12. 22
28th SONG, JEONG-SOOK 1993. 3. 8 ~ 1993. 12. 21
27th PARK, YANG-SIL 1993. 2. 26 ~ 1993. 3. 7
26th AHN, PIL-JOON 1991. 5. 27 ~ 1993. 2. 25
25th KIM, JUNG-SU 1990. 3. 19 ~ 1991. 5. 26
24th KIM,J ONG-IN 1989. 7. 19 ~ 1990. 3. 19
23th MOON, TAI-JOON 1988. 12. 5 ~ 1989. 7. 19
22th KWON, E-HYOCK 1988. 2. 25 ~ 1988. 12. 5
21th LEE, HAE-WON 1985. 2. 19 ~ 1988. 2. 25
20th KIM, JUNG-RYE 1982. 5. 21 ~ 1985. 2. 19
19th CHUN, MYUNG-KEE 1980. 9. 2 ~ 1982. 5. 21
18th JIN, EUI-JONG 1979. 12. 14 ~ 1980. 9. 2
17th HONG, SUNG-CHUL 1978. 12. 22 ~ 1979. 12. 14
16th SHIN, HYON-HWAK 1975. 12. 9 ~ 1978. 12. 22
15th KO, JAE-PIL 1973. 12. 3 ~ 1975. 12. 9
14th LEE, KYUNG-HO 1971. 6. 4 ~ 1973. 12. 3
13th KIM, TAE-DONG 1969. 10. 21 ~ 1971. 6. 4
12th JUNG, HEE-SUP 1966. 4. 15 ~ 1969. 10. 21
11th OH, WON-SUN 1964. 5. 11 ~ 1966. 4. 15
10th PARK, JOO-BYUNG 1963. 12. 17 ~ 1964. 5. 11
9th JUNG, HEE-SUP 1961. 7. 7 ~ 1963. 12. 16
8th JANG, DUK-SEUNG 1961. 5. 20 ~ 1961. 7. 7
7th KIM, PAN-SUL 1961. 1. 30 ~ 1961. 5. 18
6th NA, YONG-KYUN 1960. 9. 12 ~ 1961. 1. 30
5th SHIN, HYUN-DON 1960. 8. 23 ~ 1960. 9. 12
4th KIM, SUNG-JIN 1960. 4. 28 ~ 1960. 8. 19
3rd SON, CHANG-HWAN 1957. 6. 17 ~ 1960, 4, 28
2nd JUNG, JUN-MO 1956. 5. 26 ~ 1957. 6. 17
1st CHOI, JAE-YU 1955. 2. 17 ~ 1956. 5. 26
17th BYUN, JAE-JIN 2007. 6. 18 ~ 2008. 2. 29
16th RHYU, SIMIN 2005. 12. 31 ~ 2007.5.22
15th KIM, GEUN-TAE 2004. 7. 1 ~ 2005.12.31
14th KIM, HWA-JOONG 2003. 2. 27 ~ 2004. 6. 28
13th KIM, SUNG-HO 2002. 7. 11 ~ 2003. 2. 27
12th LEE, TAE-BOG 2002. 1. 29 ~ 2002. 7. 11
11th KIM,WON-GIL 2001. 3. 23 ~ 2002. 1. 29
10th CHOI, SUN-JUNG 2000. 8. 7 ~ 2001. 3. 22
9th CHA, HEUNG-BONG 1999. 5. 24 ~ 2000. 8. 6
8th KIM, MO-IM 1998. 5. 1 ~ 1999. 5. 23
7th JOO, YANG-JA 1998. 3. 3 ~ 1998. 4. 30
6th CHOI, KWANG 1997. 8. 6 ~ 1998. 3. 2
5th SOHN, HAK-KYU 1996. 11. 13 ~ 1997. 8. 5
4th LEE, SEONG-HO 1996. 8. 8 ~ 1996. 11. 12
3rd KIM, YANG-BAE 1995. 12. 21 ~ 1996. 8. 7
2nd LEE, SEONG-HO 1995. 5. 16 ~ 1995. 12. 20
1st SUH, SANG-MOK 1994. 12. 23 ~ 1995. 5. 15
18th KIM, SOUNG-YEE 2008. 3. 13 ~ 2008. 8. 6

 

карта регионов Южной Кореи

The major administrative divisions in South Korea are provinces , metropolitan cities (self-governing cities that are not part of any province), and one special city .

  Name population
1 Seoul (Special City) 10,421,782
2 Busan 3,635,389
3 Daegu 2,512,604
4 Incheon 2,628,000
5 Gwangju 1,415,953
6 Daejeon 1,442,857
7 Ulsan 1,087,958
8 Gyeonggi-do 10,415,399
9 Gangwon-do 1,592,000
10 Chungcheongbuk-do (Northern Chungcheong) 1,462,621
11 Chungcheongnam-do (Southern Chungcheong) 1,840,410
12 Jeollabuk-do (Northern Jeolla) 1,890,669
13 Jeollanam-do (Southern Jeolla) 1,994,287
14 Gyeongsangbuk-do (Northern Gyeongsang) 2,775,890
15 Gyeongsangnam-do (Southern Gyeongsang) 2,970,929
16 Jeju-teukbyeoljachido (Jeju-do) 560,000

 

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