Taiwan is helping! CMUH is helping! Breaking through the pandemic Humanitarian medical treatment for Guam patient witnesses Taiwan’s warmth and medical resilience2021/2/3
China Medical University Hospital (CMUH) joined forces with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in making the ‘Guam humanitarian medical charter flight’ a reality. Under the stringent test of the global COVID-19 pandemic, the positive energy of ‘Taiwan is helping! CMUH is helping!’ has been brought to life. One of the passengers, the hospital directed 20,000 US dollars to Latisha’s medical expenses.
International Center of China Medical University Hospital offers a variety of services including teleconsultation in response to COVID-19. The business hour are Monday to Friday 8:00 am-12:00 pm and 1:00 pm -5:00 pm (GMT+8).
Taking care of Muslim's medical need. China Medical University Hospital received certification of Muslim Friendly Environment by the Chinese Muslim Association2020/2/19
China Medical University Hospital provides comprehensive quality medical service to patients around the globe. In complying with the New Southbound Policy, we actively construct an even more friendly medical environment to the broad Muslim public
In Taiwan, there are 15000 new colon cancer patients each year, 5800 of whom die of colon cancer, making it a disease that cannot be ignored. The treatment for colon cancer currently include surgery, radiation therapy, and chemotherapy. Different side effects appear with different treatment.
Foreign doctors spread Christmas joy at CMUH
China Medical University Hospital Celebrates a Joyous and Generous Christmas 18 Foreign Doctors currently training in Taiwan celebrated Christmas and gave back to the local community by visiting kids at China Medical University Children's Hospital with bags of toys in tow2019/12/20
In the continued strive for internationalization and cross-border exchange, China Medical University Hospital (CMUH) has increased efforts in attracting foreign doctors to Taiwan to undertake fellowship training programs at the hospital.