The Medical and Health Center (MHC) of the Turan University has been functioning since the foundation of the university and it is its structural subdivision.
The purpose of the medical and health center is to provide medical support for the educational process, to improve quality of medical services provided to students and employees of the University, and assistance to strengthen their health.
– providing first aid to participants in the educational process with injuries, acute and chronic diseases;
-organization and implementation of preventive measures of morbidity and injury of participants in the educational process;
– carrying out sanitary and educational work to improve the level of sanitary culture of students and employees;
– ensuring the compliance of the sanitary and hygienic conditions of the organization of the educational process at the university with the established requirements;
-providing control under the organization of hot meals.
Main directions of activity:
-Organization and implementation of a complex of medical and preventive measures to protect and improve the health of students.
-Conducting activities to preserve and strengthen the health of university staff.
-Control of the compliance of the sanitary and hygienic conditions of the organization of the educational process at the university with the established requirements.
In its activities, medical and health Center is guided by statutory and regulatory enactments of the Republic of Kazakhstan, as well as in the field of health care and education. It is also guided by the development strategy of Turan University, the university’s quality assurance policy, the Quality Objectives of the MHC and the charter.
The work of the Medical and Health Center is organized in accordance with the regulations on the Medical and Health Center.
The staff of the Medical and Health Center includes: the head of the medical and health center Rodionova Tatyana Nikolaevna and nurse Manabaeva Perizat Zheniskhanovna.
Working hours: from 10.00 to 17.00, room 108
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