PRIMARY HEALTH CARE FOR ETHNIC MINORITIES AT THE MEDICAL STATION OF DONG QUAN COMMUNE, LOC BINH DISTRICT, LANG SON PROVINCE
Primary health care is a very important part of the country's socio-economic development strategy, a fundamental factor to improve the quality of life of individuals, families and social festivals. In periods, commune, ward and township health stations (hereinafter collectively referred to as health stations) have always been identified as the foundation for performing primary health care for the people. The frontline is close to the people, bringing many benefits in terms of health management, disease prevention, early diagnosis of health problems, primary health care and appropriate referral for people when sick . However, the reality shows that primary health care for ethnic minorities in mountainous areas still faces many difficulties and limitations. This article is the result of the author's research on the status of primary health care for ethnic minorities at the health station of Dong Quan commune, Loc Binh district, Lang Son province. The study was conducted to describe the current situation of primary health care for ethnic minorities in the health station and offer some solutions from the perspective of the social work sector. The data in this article are collected from primary and secondary sources.
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