National Center for Communicable Diseases, Mongolia
In order to intensify and coordinate the fight against infectious diseases in Mongolia, the Order # 34 of the Ministry of Health of Mongolia was issued on 21 February 2001 by Infectious Disease Clinic, Infectious Disease Center, National Tuberculosis Center and TB Hospital. The National Center for Communicable Diseases (NCCD) was established and the topic was "New methods for preventing and diagnosing and treating infectious diseases such as hepatitis, influenza and tuberculosis", conducted by the Public Health Institute the NCCD has been transferred to NCCD on April 1, 2001. These organizations, which have been structured in NCCD, have their own rich history that has played a significant role in Mongolia's health sector.
NCCD is a specialized professional organization that is responsible for managing, preventing, monitoring, diagnosing and treating infectious diseases nationally and providing professional and methodological guidance.
Become the best professional organization that has upholds clients and employees and mitigate the risks and dangers posed by infectious disease in population health, society and economy.
Adequate scientific and technological advancement and support for sustainable development of human resources that meet the strategic requirements and criteria of the Asia-Pacific region in combating infectious diseases and International Health Regulations.
Tel: 976 - 11 - 458699
Address: Mongolia, Ulaanbaatar, Bayanzurkh district, Nam Yan Ju Street