The children's multidisciplinary medical center, designed for 280 beds and 250 visits per day, is scheduled to be commissioned in 2020, the Ministry of Health said.
The 130.6-million-dollar complex is being funded by the Uzbek government and the Korea Economic Development and Cooperation Fund.
The center will have 381 units of medical equipment, including an angiograph, a tomograph, a digital X-ray and fluoroscopic apparatus, a cyclotron, an interference therapy apparatus. The center plans to host more than 1,500 operations a year.
According to the cooperation agreement between the Uzbek Ministry of Health and the Pusan National University, 100 Uzbekistan medical specialists will enhance their skills in Pusan university.