1. Brief introduction:
Peking University People's Hospital is the first comprehensive Level-3-Grade-A hospital set up and managed by the Chinese. Founded in 1918, the hospital is affiliated to Peking University. It is famous for the treatment of diabetes. Currently, there are 2,396 staff members, 1,448 beds, 38 clinical departments, 13 medical technology departments and four research institutes. The hospital receives an average of 1.5 million outpatients each year.
2. Priority clinical departments:
Dept. of hematology, Dept. of cardiovascular diseases, Dept. of orthopedics, Dept. of gynaecology and obstetrics, Dept. of ophthalmology, Dept. of urinary surgery, Dept. of pediatrics, Dept. of dermatology, Dept. of rheumatology and immunology, Dept. of Nephrology, etc.
3. Specialties and expertise:
Diabetes, hematopoietic stem cell transplantation, liver transplantation, renal transplantation, leukemia, gastroenteric tumor, osteogenic sarcoma, vitreoretinal surgery, hemodialysis, arrhythmia, ocular fundus diseases, etc.
Fu Jianfeng, expert in hemopathy;
Ma Benliang, expert in rheumatology and immunology;
Zhao Hui, expert in traditional Chinese medicine;
Hu Yongfang, expert in obstetrics;
Liu Hui, expert in neurology;
Mao Tengshu, expert in endocrinology;
Li Xiaoxin, expert in ophthalmology;
Wang Mei, expert in nephrology, etc.
5. Contact information:
Address: No.11 Xizhimen Street(S), Xicheng District, Beijing
Website: http://www.phbjmu.edu.cn (Chinese), http://www.phbjmu.edu.cn/english (English)
How to get there: You can take the following buses (44, 387, 21, 939, 719, 743, 748, 800, 702, 618) or subway Line 2 and get off at the Xizhimen Stop.