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Beijing Haidian Hospital

Updated:2008-06-03 15:05 | Source:

  Beijing Haidian Hospital is located in the central area of Zhongguancun in Haidian District. It is near the Haidian Hospital subway station of the 4th Beijing Subway and 10th Beijing Subway. It is a comprehensive modern hospital in medical treatment, teaching, research and prevention and health care. It is also an appointed hospital for the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games and medical welfare as well as a smoke-free hospital. Concurrently, it is responsible for the clinical teaching and internship for Beijing University, Capital Medical University, Beijing university of Chinese Traditional Medicine and Haidian nursing school.

  The hospital has 900 beds, more than 40 offices of clinical medical technology, and 26 inpatients departments. It is equipped with CCU,ICU system, and world-class operation rooms with advanced diagnosis and treatment equipment, including GE3.0T MRI, spiral CT, ECT, and DSA. The newly built inpatient building has a medical cosmetic center, a medical inspection center, a medical scanning center, an endoscope center, a hemodialysis center, and a health checkup center, rehabilitation center and international conference center.

  The key majors include neurology, neurosurgery, cardiovascular internal medicine, cardiovascular surgery, thoracic surgery, general surgery, orthopaedics, genecology, and comprehensive cancer treatment.

  Under the proper leadership, the whole staff in Haidian Hospital decide to build a first-class hospital with first-class technique, equipment, management and service. It has contributed actively to the development of the Zhongguancun Science Park and the health care for ordinary people.

  Key majors

  ¢ Neurology

  ¢ Neurosurgery

  ¢ Cardiovascular surgery

  ¢ Genetic treatment for cancers

  ¢ Thoracic surgery

  ¢ General surgery

  ¢ Orthopaedics

  ¢ Genecology

  (Source: http://english.bjhb.gov.cn/english/AsktheDoctor/OlympicappointedHospitals)

   

Editor : Zhu Jia

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