P&G Korea inks MOU to improve medical environment for young patients

By Kim Da-sol
  • Published : Jun 20, 2018 - 17:29
  • Updated : Jun 20, 2018 - 17:29

Proctor and Gamble Korea said Wednesday that it has signed a memorandum of understanding with Seoul Child Hospital and Kids & Future Foundation to improve Korea’s medical services for children. 

P&G Korea’s public affairs leader Park Lincoln (left), Seoul Child Hospital Director Kim Jae-bok (center) and Kids & Future Foundation Director Park Doo-joon pose for a photo after signing a memorandum Wednesday. P&G Korea

“Through the memorandum, P&G will continue to put in effort to improve treatment and the medical environment for young patients, which can also benefit their families’ lives,” said Park Lincoln, public affairs leader at P&G Korea.

P&G Korea said it also plans to conduct humanitarian activities to support young patients and their families.

“We believe that P&G Korea’s commitment will serve to create a better and more comfortable environment for young patients to receive timely medical treatment,” said Kim Jae-bok, hospital director at Seoul Child Hospital.