New Delhi: In pursuance with the decision of Dr. K M Cherian, Chairman and CEO of Frontier Lifeline Hospital (FLL) and Remigijus Zaliunas, Rector Professor of the Lithuanian University of Health Sciences (LSMU), a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) has been signed between both the institutions, for promoting and reinforcing cooperation, mutual exchange of views and information, improvement of research and academic programmes and also exchange of experts and researchers.
The purpose of the MOU signed between Lithuanian University of Health Sciences (LSMU) and Frontier Lifeline Hospital (FLL) is to have knowledge and skills transfer, as well as the capacity building between the two institutions.
Under this MoU, there would be a wide exchange of educational program where Lithuanian University of Health Sciences would be sending their certain doctors, nurses and paramedical staff to India to get trained and Frontier Lifeline’s team would also get an exclusive opportunity to get acquainted with the education and health care systems in Lithuania.
“The new Memorandum of Understanding marks an important step forward in our ongoing collaboration with Frontier Lifeline Hospital. It’s an exclusive opportunity for us to get acquainted with the education and healthcare systems in India and to establish contacts with the higher authorities,” said Minister of Health of the Republic of Lithuanian, Aurelijus Veryga.
“We hope that this partnership of our institutions will lead to a positive contribution and a productive collaboration for both Lithuanian and Indian healthcare systems,” added Aurelijus Veryga.