HF shows corporate social responsibility, helps two Vietnamese children suffering from severe, complex illness regain their health
HF General Manager Wang said that before Luu was admitted to hospital, he was often anxious and nervous. After his treatment, Wang noticed that Luu’s behavior had changed dramatically; he had become much more cheerful and lively. The company’s employees were glad to hear that Luu had been discharged and was happy and healthy. The collaborative effort demonstrates HF’s commitment to give back to the Vietnamese people, fulfill the social responsibility of an international corporation and help spread the compassion of Taiwan.
CMUH’s Chen expressed his gratitude to HF for its donation of nearly NT$7 million over the past three years to treat Luu and Loan, a little girl also from Vietnam, while serving as a good role model for other corporations. The support of the Taiwan enterprise and the hospital’s world-class experts and medical technology have given these two children second chances at life.
In his last operation, Luu was treated for hyperplasia and abnormalities in his lower left limb. He had reconstructive surgery, extensive tissue removal, skin grafts and scar contracture before undergoing rehabilitation to restore normal joint function and muscle strength. The hospital also taught Luu’s family how to properly take care of his wounds to help prevent infection and facilitate a faster recovery. Luu will return to the hospital for a follow-up exam next year.