Beijing Anzhen Hospital

 

 

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Beijing Anzhen Hospital

No. 2 an zhen Rd, Chaoyang district, Beijing

北京安贞医院

北京市朝阳区安贞路2号

Běijīng An Zhēn yī yuàn

Běi jīng shì cháo yáng qū an zhēn lù èr hào

Phone

  • Phone: 010-64412431
Web Address: http://www.anzhen.org/Html/News/Main/130.html
Wechat ID: gh_2d88ace09138
WeChat QR Code:

Public or Private?

Public

Appointment or Outpatient?

By appointment

Appointments can be made through phone call 010-114(24 hours)or website http://www.bjguahao.gov.cn.

Official Hospital Description

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Beijing Anzhen Hospital, Capital Medical University was founded in April 1984, and Beijing Institute of Heart, Lung& Blood Vessel Diseases was founded in September 1981, both by academician Wu Yingkai, the father of China's thoracic and cardiovascular surgery. Being a joint medical research center, our hospital and institute involve medical, pedagogical, academic activities, preventive care, and international exchanges, functioning as a 3A comprehensive hospital with focus on heart, lung&blood vessel diseases. Beijing Anzhen Hospital is the No. 6 School of Clinical Medicine of Capital Medical University. It was one of the designated hospitals of the 29th Olympic Games.

Pricing

English service available?

No.

Are foreign doctors available?

No.

Does hospital direct-bill insurance companies?

No

Where do mothers labor, deliver & recover?

Labor and deliver in separate rooms

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