Beijing United Family Hospital

Beijing United Family Hospital entrance

Beijing United Family Hospital

Beijing United Family Hospital (BJU) has been the traditional choice of hospital for foreigners having a baby in China for many years. It offers Western doctors and Western prices. The level of care is very high, as well as the level of traffic.

BJU is conveniently located in the Lido area of Beijing. There are many Western restaurants located nearby which can be delivered to the hospital. There is also a foreign grocery store (Jenny Lou’s) located within walking distance.

Contact Info:

Beijing United Family Hospital
and Clinics

#2 Jiangtai Lu, Chaoyang District
Beijing 100016 PR China
Tel. 6621-7939 / 400-891-9191
Email ID: [email protected]
For Emergencies: (010) 5927-7120
Website: www.beijing.ufh.com.cn/en/
北京和睦家医院
中国北京朝阳区将台路2号 100016

Beijing United Family Health & Wellness Center – Jianguomen
#21 Jianguomenwai Dajie, B1
The St. Regis Residence, St. Regis Hotel
Beijing 100020
Tel: +86 (10) 8532-1221
Website: www.unitedfamilyhospitals.com/en/bj/
北京和睦家建国门保健中心
北京朝阳区建国门外大街21号北京国际俱乐部饭店公寓楼地下一层, 100020

Beijing United Family Clinic – Shunyi
Pinnacle Plaza, Unit #818, Tian Zhu Real Estate Zone
Shunyi 101312
Tel.: +86 (10) 8046-5432
Website: www.unitedfamilyhospitals.com/en/bj/
北京和睦家诊所
北京顺义天竺开发区 日祥818广场号 101312

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  1. avatar lioralourie says:

    Now that Dr. Brooks is gone back to AU, there are almost zero doctors who know how to support natural birth here. (If you want hooked up to an IV drip and epidural and stuck in lithotomy position then this is a fine place as any I suppose). As part of the Beijing Better Birth discussion group I’ve met lots of pregnant and new moms. So I do know two bold women who felt like birthing on all fours, and some staff got very upset (one Chinese doctor walked out, other Western doctors had told them in advance that they would “not allow” it). Kathi the childbirth educator was there to catch the baby for at least one of them, I forget at the moment who caught the other baby. Hospital personnel were less than accommodating for both mothers and simply would not take part in this type of birth, it seemed. This made it stressful the moms, who only wanted the freedom to follow her body’s cues and urges.

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