Newly unveiled Pudong Hospital will serve airport and Shanghai Disneyland
Updated: 2016-01-29 16:33
By WANG HONGYI in Shanghai(chinadaily.com.cn)
The Fudan University-affiliated Pudong Hospital, which is also the medical service provider of Shanghai Disneyland, was unveiled this week.
Pudong Hospital is one of the largest regional medical centers in the southern part of the Pudong area, which is about 15 minutes' drive away from Shanghai Disneyland, and also close to Pudong International Airport.
According to the hospital, a total of three medical service sites will be set up to provide emergency aid for visitors at Shanghai Disneyland. Each site will be equipped with two or three medical staff.
Meanwhile, the hospital has already started to recruit medical staff globally so as to better serve the theme park, which is scheduled to open on June 16.
With a total of 94,000 square meters' building area, the Pudong Hospital is equipped with 1000 beds. It has integrated medical treatment, teaching, scientific research, prevention, health care and rehabilitation.
"We will not only serve the patients who live nearby but also deal with various emergencies from the airport which handles many international passengers,” said Yu Bo, president of the hospital, adding that they will continue to develop their hospital and medical service according to international standards.
Earlier, the hospital received an international accreditation by the Joint Commission International (JCI), the world’s leading evaluation system for medical management and health care service quality.
The hospital has also established deep cooperation and exchange with the US-based Duke University, he said.
- Students must learn safety education, experts say
- 73 bodies recovered from rubble of Shenzhen landslide
- Chinese travelers lead 2015 global outbound tourism
- S Korea to issue 10-year visa to highly-educated Chinese tourists
- A glimpse of Spring Rush: little migrant birds on the way home
- Policy puts focus on genuine artistic students
- Negotiating political transition in Syria 'possible': Hollande
- At least three killed in light plane crashes in Australia
- BOJ further eases monetary policy, delays inflation target
- DPRK may have tested components of hydrogen bomb
- Goodwill sets tone at Wang, Kerry's briefing
- Obama picks new Afghan commander