Health inspectors throw a book on the violation of polyclinics and beauty clinics | Health

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International General Clinic Company at 221 Nguyen Thi Minh Khai Street fined VND 116 million

Specifically, inspectors imposed sanctions on the International General Clinic Company at 221 Nguyen Thi Minh Khai Street, Nguyen Cu Trinh Ward, District 1. The clinic was fined VND 116 million; in addition, he was revoked the permit for medical examination and treatment for two months. The certificate of medical visit and practice of care of the person in charge of the expertise of the establishment was withdrawn for one month.

Ly Lucky Star Company Skin Care Clinic at 729/10 Kha Van Can Street in Linh Dong Ward of Thu Duc City and Comprehensive Health Cooperation Company at 16 Dang Thai Than Street in Ward 11 of District 5 have were fined VND 95 million and VND 8.7 million respectively. In addition, he was forced to suspend the operation for 4.5 months and he was forced to remove advertisements whose content was not certified by the relevant state agencies.

ADORIS Plastic Surgery Company at 69 D1 Street, Him Lam New Urban Area in Tan Hung Ward in District 7, Medeze Vietnam Company at 116 Nguyen Van Huong Street in Thao Dien ward, Thu Duc City and SDG Life Company at C34 Street, Thanh Xuan Villa Residences in Ward 1 of Thanh Xuan Ward in District 12 were asked to pay VND 49 million, VND 45 million and VND 8.7 million respectively. Three clinics were asked to remove advertisements whose content had not been certified by the competent public bodies before their implementation.

Thanh Xuan General Clinic of Thanh Xuan Medical Trade and Service Company, located at 588 Ha Huy Giap Street, Thanh Loc Ward, District 12, was fined VND 12 million for violating the current regulations.

These establishments have violated current regulations, including using drugs, substances and devices to interfere with the human body to change color, shape, skin weight, body part defects, tattooing, spraying or embroidering the skin using injectable anesthetics in settings other than specialty cosmetology hospitals or specialty cosmetology clinics. Also, they are not licensed as cosmetology infirmaries.

Last but not least, these facilities advertised special products, goods and services without having their content certified by the relevant state agencies before advertising according to regulations.

Staff at these clinics did not register for the medical examination and practice of treatment as prescribed by law; Also, they did not list all the prices for medical examination and treatment services. Worse still, they had provided medical examination and treatment services beyond the scope of expertise specified in the operating permit.

What else? Nurses in these establishments were also fined because they did not have a certificate to perform the job.

By Thanh Son – Translated by Anh Quan

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