VIVO Healthcare collaboration with Parkway College, Singapore

India Infoline News Service | Mumbai |

The programs being launched by VIVO in collaboration with Parkway will offer international standards of training and build skills for entry and specialist level jobs in the healthcare sector. The programs are targeted towards high school graduates and healthcare providers looking to upgrade their skills.

Leading Indian healthcare education company, VIVO Healthcare (VIVO) and Parkway College, Singapore (Parkway) announced a collaboration to launch international standard emergency medical services (EMS) and allied health training programs in India.


With a rapidly growing healthcare industry, India is facing a large shortage of trained manpower. The need for paramedics and allied health professionals is even more critical with the government estimating unfilled vacancies to be in the range of 6mn. Allied health professionals provide a critical link in the delivery of effective and affordable healthcare services and are a much needed resource.


The programs being launched by VIVO in collaboration with Parkway will offer international standards of training and build skills for entry and specialist level jobs in the healthcare sector. The programs are targeted towards high school graduates and healthcare providers looking to upgrade their skills.  


In the coming months VIVO and Parkway will also launch short programs designed to develop specialist skills and best practices targeted at medical professionals including nurses and doctors.


"Through our collaboration with VIVO Healthcare, we would like to contribute and share our standards and best practices for the healthcare industry in India, said Mrs Nellie Tang, CEO, Parkway College of Nursing and Allied Health.


“We are proud to announce this new association with the prestigious Parkway College. Through this collaboration we hope to produce well trained technicians and professionals who will play a pivotal role in the delivery of quality healthcare in India,” said Mr PK Chopra, Executive Director, VIVO Healthcare.




 

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