On the 30th of April 1975, the South of Vietnam was liberated; Military Hospital 175 was officially established by merging the three hospitals K116, K72, K59 as well as other medical units. Military Hospital 175 was first known as “Liberation Army Hospital”, under the command of the General Logistic Department. In 2003, the Hospital was named Military Medical Institute 175 and was put under the Ministry of National Defense’s direct command. During the course of its establishment and development, generations after generations built Military Hospital 175 into one of most capable general hospital in the South of Vietnam.
2. Vision & Mission
“REPUTABLE IN MEDICAL ETHICS – KNOWLEDGEABLE IN MEDICAL THEORY –
ACCOMPLISHED IN MEDICAL TECHNIQUES – EXPERTISE IN MEDICAL PROFESSION”
Eager to provide the best medical service for the Vietnamese people with its advanced facilities and equipment, Military Hospital 175 is affirming its status as the highest-level general hospital to meet current health care demands.
3. Core values
“EFFORT– DEDICATION – SELF-ESTEEM”
With an unwavering spirit to maintain all efforts, never falter in the face of difficulties or challenges, our “doctors in military uniforms” always commit their best to live up the long-established fame and tradition of Military Hospital 175, and to be worthy of the love and trust of people and soldiers in the South of Vietnam.
“Dedication” is the bedrock of Military Hospital 175 doctors’ working spirit. Their self-discipline and seriousness while performing medical research or caring for patients are always of the highest standards, as they consider patients’ lives and health as if it’s their own.
Honoring the loved and respected green uniforms of Uncle Ho’s soldiers, Military Hospital 175’s personnel always live up to the doctor’s medical ethics as well as the soldier’s iron discipline.