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School of Medicine

Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology

 

MISSION

     Toundertake teaching, research and clinical activities that conform to universal principles of training medical doctors with bachelor’s degrees, core and specialized human resources – obstetrician-gynecologist; to foster highly knowledgeable and skilled professionals and researchers who uphold high ethical norms.

 

VISION

     To become a leading department in the field of obstetrics and gynecology in Mongolia through excellence in training, research and clinical activities.

 

VALUES

Intellectual and creative thinking of students;

Operational leadership, transparency and accountability;

Professional versatility of the faculty;

Professionalism, unity and creativity of faculty members; and

Permanent and productive engagement with other stakeholders.

 

PRIORITIES

Further enhance the system for diagnosis and treatment of most common for Mongolia diseases;

Development of prenatal diagnostics;

Improve endocrine disorder caused infertility care for women;

Introduce new technologies in obstetrical and gynecological care; and

Enhance the quality of research work.

     Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology has 75 year history as it was established in 1946 based on Medical Faculty of the National University of Mongolia.

     The first head of the department was Mr.V.A. Anisimov (1946-1949), an associate professor of the USSR. In 1959 Mr. M.Dambadorj, the first Mongolian faculty member, was appointed as a head of the department and led it for 30 years until 1989.

     We are proud of past faculty members of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, such as  Prof. М.Dambadorj, the Honored Teacher of Mongolia; prof. D.Tsevelmaa, Honored Medical Doctor; DMSc, prof.B.Jav, Hero of Labor of Mongolia, Honored Medical Doctor, People’s Doctor, Mongolian Academician of Medicine; prof. Associate Professor D.Ichinkhorloo, Honored Medical Doctor; Associate Professor, Prof. B.Shijirbaatar, Honored Teacher of Mongolia; prof. D.Avirmed, Honored Medical Doctor, DMSc, and D.Sukhee, Honored Medical Doctor. DMSc, prof.T.Erkhembaatar, Honored Medical Doctor, Mongolian Academician of Medicine.

     The Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology provides comprehensive training, research and clinical activities. Since its establishment, the department has trained nearly 1,000 obstetrician-gynecologists, awarded professional degrees to more than 300 obstetrician-gynecologists, and graduated 38 scientists.

     Currently, the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecologis headed by D.Munkhtsetseg, DMSc, Associate Professor; and the faculty members are G.Mendsaikhan, Honored Medical Doctor, DMSc, Associate Professor; B.Jargalsaikhan, DMSc, Associate Professor; J.Lkhagvasuren,Associate Professor; prof. J.Enkhtsetseg, DMSc; B.Bolorchimeg, DMSc; T.Amartuvshin, DMSc; Sh.Altantuya, DMSc; Tungalagsuvd, DMSc; Ch.Batsuren, DMSc; and Ts.Javkhlan, assistant lecturer.

     Our department annually provides trainings in obstetrics and gynecology for over 600 students of the School of Medicine, including 5thyear medical students, trainees, and the students of the faculties of traditional medicine, and eastern moxibustion and acupuncture.

     SCORPIO, the new teaching methodology developed by University of Sydney, Australia, is successfully adopted and applied in obstetrics and gynecology. clinical training.

     A state-of-the-art Obstetrics and Gynecology Competency Training Centeris set up with USD190,000 investment by the Rotary International Foundation, which is being used for internships for resident doctors and senior students.

     During the 75 years of development history of the obstetrics and gynecology sector, a total of 58 national scientists have graduated,38 of whom have been awarded doctoral degrees under the mentorship of faculty members of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecolog. Among the medical doctors and lecturers 20 obtained academic degree of Doctor of Medical Science and 90 obtained Masters of Medicine in Russia, Kazakhstan, Ukraine, Japan and the Czech Republic.

    Faculty members of Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology are working closely with general hospitals in all 21 aimags, 8 districts of the capital city, and 4 maternity hospitals in Ulaanbaatar.

   We are committed to prioritizing gynecological endocrine, infertility, urogynecology, reproductive organ cancer, girls’ health care, and prenatal diagnostics in our future work.