Municipal health commission officials visit CQHCWC

Updated: 2022-03-17



Officials from the Chongqing Municipal Health Commission visit the CQHCWC on March 10. [Photo/CQHCWC]

A delegation from the Chongqing Municipal Health Commission visited the Chongqing Health Center for Women and Children (CQHCWC), located in Southwest China's Chongqing, on March 10.

Led by Huang Minghui, secretary of the commission's Party committee, the delegation visited the center's Psychology Department, Pediatric Outpatient Department, Obstetric Outpatient Department, Eyes, Ears, Nose and Throat Department, and Women's Health Care Department to gain an in-depth understanding of the prevention and treatment of common childhood diseases and the management of high-risk pregnant and lying-in women.

Commission officials also inquired about the status of mental health services for key groups such as pregnant and lying-in women, and teenagers, praising the CQHCWC's development of the women's health care full life-cycle service system and Party-related work.

During a meeting, Qi Hongbo, president of the CQHCWC, reported on work carried out by the center in recent years and its future plans. He said that the center will focus on women and children, promote the integration of clinical practice and health care, and improve the whole life-cycle maternal and child health care service system.

Experts from the commission then discussed the center’s current shortcomings and future plans with the CQHCWC officials and offered some advice.

Huang addressed the meeting, saying that the commission will offer its full support for the center's development, and demanding that the CQHCWC pursue high-quality development, deepen scientific research and innovation and attract and cultivate more talent so as to promote the coordinated development of regional maternal and child health care institutions and offer more care for medical personnel.

Moving forward, the CQHCWC will strive to offer better services for women and children, and contribute to the high-quality development of the city's maternal and child health causes.