Maternity Workshop ‘take Care Of Your Baby With Your Mother’ At Hong Ngoc Hospital

On the morning of June 25, 2011, Hopital General Hospital and Abbott Company collaborated to organize a free consultation workshop for pregnant women with the topic 'Take care of your baby with your mother'.
Welcome and guide pregnant women to write lottery tickets
Despite the unfavorable weather, the seminar still attracted the attention of numerous women and their families.
Attending the seminar, pregnant women not only heard basic care knowledge during pregnancy but also directly interacted with obstetricians at Hopital Hospital.
Listen to the advice of Obstetrician - Hopital Hospital
Questions during pregnancy of every mother are concerned and answered thoroughly. At the end of the conference room is the Tea Break area.
Pregnant women can freely use cake, tea, milk and continue to follow the conference program without worrying about interruption. The last part of the workshop was 'Lucky Draw'.
First prize: 1 15% discount package for maternity service of Hopital Hospital and gifts from Johnson Company, belong to Ms

Pham Thi Vui (address: Phuc Thinh, Chiem Hoa, Tuyen Quang)
Second prize: 3 10% discount coupons for all maternity service of Hopital Hospital and gifts from Johnson Company, for her:
- Nguyen Thi Minh Duc (P207 lane 85 Vong Ha - Chuong Duong
- Mai Thuy Ha (house number 24, lane 64, group 12 Sai Dong, Hanoi)
- Bui Thanh Van (11/140 Nghia Dung, Ba Dinh, Hanoi)
Third Prize: 2 boxes of Abbott milk and gifts from Johnson Company, belong to two sisters:
- Nguyen Thi Thanh Thuy (65 Ly Nam De, Hanoi)
- Nguyen Minh Tan (670/44 Nguyen Khoai, Hoang Mai, Hanoi)
Here are some pictures of the workshop:
Summary of questions from pregnant women attending the workshop
Pregnant women attending the seminar received gifts from sponsors
Exchange between obstetricians and pregnant women
Giving gifts to lucky pregnant women in the ‘Lucky Draw’ section.

Maternity Workshop 'take Care Of Your Baby With Your Mother' At Hopital Hospital

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