Dr Dmytro from Sihanoukville

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Re: Dr Dmytro from Sihanoukville

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Anthony's Weiner wrote: Mon Dec 23, 2019 3:16 pm
Tarndog wrote: Mon Dec 23, 2019 2:53 pm That's it?? Giving your business card to someone and having them post a copy of it on CEO is all it takes to be added to the competent clinic/dotor [sic] list??

No wonder people go to Thailand or Vietnam for anything more than a stomachache!
A Doctor with 22 years of experience that studied at Zaporizhzhya State Medical University. ZSMU is a modern studying center, which has the highest (IV) accreditation level. This university is one of the oldest institutions of higher medical education in Ukraine. The university was established in 1903. The university is ranked in the top three Ukrainian medical universities: it is presented by 720 teachers, including 122 professors and 440 candidates of sciences. The total number of teachers with scientific degrees is greater than 86.3%.

Makes me wonder why he isn t teaching English as a second language and making the big money.

I kind of think that instead of specializing in gastroenterology he is more needed in mental health. Apparently those that suffer stay in the KOW and make no effort to have their issues treated.
I have no idea how valid qualifications fro ukraine are or even if they are acceptable in other countries. Level IV accreditation by whom? what is it in terms of say a USA qualification? First aid level or major trauma. There are indian doctors with high qualifications that would not be allowed to put a bandage on in the west with being validated. You can also be a bad doctor for 22 years and get away with it. I do not know this guy, I believe some Forum members think highly of him and that is ok. iMHO reputation is more important than bits of paper from universities most of us have never heard of, and none of us have seen or corroborated.There are quite a few doctors like this in Asia. i can think of 2 in Thailand and one here. They are generally well though of because of what they do, not their qualifications which may or may not be recognized in advanced countries
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Re: Dr Dmytro from Sihanoukville

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:beer3: HE IS A GREAT DOCTOR FULL STOP :bow: :bow:
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After a heavy common cold I had a presistent pain in my chest. Went to see this Doctor. He said it was a strained skeletal muscle( or something like that few years back so hard to remember) anyway a few days on a pill designed to help that and it was all better and never returned....thats all I needed and was thankful for his service. He knew what he was doing.
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