ParkwayHealth (Shanghai)

The clinic can provide lots of various service but cannot deliver a baby or do the antenatal care. Their medical service is as below.

Medical Services

  • Adult Medicine
  • Allergy
  • Cardiology
  • Chiropractic
  • Dentistry
  • Dermatology
  • Endocrinology
  • ENT-Otorhinolaryngology
  • Family Medicine
  • Gastroenterology
  • General Surgery
  • Gynecology
  • Hand Surgery
  • Hand Therapy
  • Nutrition
  • Ophthalmology
  • Orthopedics & Sports Medicine
  • Pediatrics
  • Physical Therapy
  • Plastic Surgery
  • Psychiatry
  • Psychology Services & Counseling
  • Speech & Language Therapy
  • Sports Medicine
  • Traditional Chinese Medicine & Acupuncture
  • Urology

ParkwayHealth (Shanghai)

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Tomorrow Square,
389 Nanjing Xi Rd., 4th Floor
Shanghai 200003

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203-4 West Retail Plaza,
1376 Nanjing Xi Rd.,
Shanghai 200040

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Specialty and Inpatient Center
170 Danshui Rd., 3rd Floor
Shanghai 200020

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Jin Qiao Medical and Dental Center

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Shanghai 200120

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Changning, Shanghai










yībǎi huì yīliáo fúwù ( Shànghǎi )

Shàng hǎi pǔ xī
Shàng hǎi ruì yīng mén zhěn bù
Shàng hǎi nán jīng xī lù 389 hào míng tiān guǎng chǎng qún fáng sì lóu 200003

Shàng hǎi ruì xīn yī liáo zhōng xīn
Shàng hǎi nán jīng xī lù 1376 hào

Shàng hǎi ruì xiáng mén zhěn bù
Shàng hǎi shì zhǎng níng qū gǔ běi lù 505 hào

Shàng hǎi xīn ruì yī liáo zhōng xīn ( lú wān )
Shàng hǎi dàn shuǐ lù 170 hào 3 lóu

Shàng hǎi Pǔ dōng

Shàng hǎi ruì pǔ mén zhěn bù
Shàng hǎi Pǔ dōng jīn qiáo bì yún lù 997 hào

Shànghǎi huì xīng jīn pǔ mén zhěn bù
Shànghǎi Pǔ dōng shì jì dà dào 88 hào jīn mào dà shà qún fáng jīn mào shí shàng shēng huó zhōng xīn yī céng


  • Phone: 400-819-6622


Email Address: [email protected]
Web Address:
Wechat ID: parkway_baihuiyiliao
WeChat QR Code:

Public or Private?


Appointment or Outpatient?

By appointment

Appointment can be made through both phone call 24-Hour Helpline at 400 819 6622, on wechat or on their website>

Official Hospital Description

(Pleases note that the "Official Hospital Description" is directly from the hospital's website or other marketing materials.)

ParkwayHealth is a member of Parkway Pantai Group. Parkway Pantai is one of Asia's largest integrated private healthcare groups. It operates 28 hospitals with more than 6,000 beds in Singapore, Malaysia, India, China, Brunei and United Arab Emirates.
ParkwayHealth first arrived in China in 2004. In 2006, ParkwayHealth opened its first medical center in Shanghai, bringing world-renowned quality healthcare to China. Through the acquisition of World Link Group in 2007, ParkwayHealth becomes Shanghai's largest foreign-owned medical network.
ParkwayHealth China is a leading international healthcare provider. With a team of nearly 100 internationally trained physicians, we now operate 10 medical and dental centers conveniently located in Shanghai, Suzhou, Beijing and Hong Kong offering more than 40 specialties. We work closely with the best local hospitals with which we share our knowledge and expertise to ensure the best services possible to our patients. We have established direct billing services with over 50 insurance companies. We provide both outpatient and inpatient care for adults and children. Our services include: family medicine, internal medicine, pediatrics, cardiology, dermatology, ENT, gastroenterology, ophthalmology, gynecology, general surgery, orthopedics & sports medicine, plastic & hand surgery, endocrinology, allergy, dentistry, orthodontics, psychiatry, psychology, stress management, traditional Chinese medicine & acupuncture, nutrition, physical therapy, chiropractic, speech therapy, etc.
If you wish to learn more about any of our services, please contact us on 24-hour Appointment Service Center at 6445 5999 to request more information


They have multiple packages. Please see their website for details

English service available?


They have doctors who can speak English.

Are foreign doctors available?


Does hospital direct-bill insurance companies?


Direct-billing for insurance available. Please see their website for details

Founders of, Jeremy and Jacquelyn have four children. The first three were born in three different hospitals in China and the last was born at home in the US. Jeremy and Jacquelyn created in 2009 after they found little information for foreigners having babies in China. They love connecting with other foreigners having babies. Learn more about them on the about page.

2 comments on “ParkwayHealth (Shanghai)
  1. Catherine says:

    I had a baby delivered at ParkwayHealth and my experience was really horrible. The level of care they offer is below any medical standards, even Chinese, not to mention western. They are nothing else but butchers who will not hesitate to put you through hell just to get more money out of you! They completely don’t respect patients rights to information and decision, forcing them to undergo unnecessary procedures for their own convenience and financial gain.
    I was showing up to all the scheduled appointments and had all the necessary tests done. During all those visits I was being assured that everything is in order with both me and the baby and I could expect an uncomplicated natural delivery. I also attended the pre-natal class organized by Parkway, where I was told about different techniques and position the hospital staff uses to facilitate a natural delivery. I also took a hospital tour and saw nice birthing suites with birthing balls and so on. All my questions and concerns at the time of those visits were being dismissed as irrelevant. Have I been told anything is less than perfect and there’s a slightest chance of any complications, I would have chosen to deliver back home.
    The reality has proven to be completely different when I got to the hospital after my waters broke just a few days before my due date. I was ordered to lie flat in bed plugged in to a monitor. I wasn’t even allowed to use the bathroom! Doctors were all too busy with other patients to pay any attention to me, I was left in the care of nurses who could barely communicate in English and were even struggling to put a needle in my arm. All they did was not letting me do anything: eat, drink, even move, just in case I need a c-section. But actually there were doing everything to make sure I’m going to need one! The only updates I was getting on my progress where in the terms of hours – the baby will be born in 8, 4, 2 hours. But all the time I was again being assured that everything is on the right track and the baby is healthy and strong. When the time they “designated” for my delivery has passed, I was accused by the attending doctor that: “I’m not pushing, I don’t want the baby to be born and because of that I need to have a c-section”. Since I strongly refused, I was just left for another hour in excruciating pain from the meds they’d given me to allegedly strengthen my contractions and at the same time denied any pain relief! Then my husband was actually threatened that both me and the baby will DIE unless he signs the consent form for the surgery! Even after that I was denied pain relief ant it took almost an hour to get me to the operating room, which only proves that there was no real emergency! I was in so much pain during that time that I literally begged them to kill me. But that was just the beginning of my horror…

    Once on the operating table (which does not even belong to Parkway, but to a Chinese hospital downstairs, and so does all its staff!), I was finally administered epidural anesthesia, but apparently not properly, because when the operating doctor made the incision, I felt enormous pain, pressure and burning sensation. I started screaming at the top of my lungs, but even that didn’t stop the doctor from leaning with the whole weight of her body on my belly while chatting to her colleague and therefore adding up to my torture. Only after she was done chatting the doctor kicked my husband out of the OR and ordered general anesthesia. That is all I remember from the birth of my baby. It was by far the worst day of my life.

    To add insult to injury, before leaving the hospital we were told that our baby might be deaf only because the unqualified nurses couldn’t conduct the hearing test, might have stomach ulcer and internal bleeding or even might have some neurological disorder. Luckily for us, none of it was true, but nevertheless it inflicted a great amount of stress on first-time parents like us. Also on my follow up check-up the doctor didn’t even know exactly what kind of stitches I had in my incision, so she removed part of it and left the rest inside, like it didn’t really matter. It also didn’t matter that there was a gushing hole left in the middle of the incision. It took quite a few months to heal and because of that created a really ugly scar, that is visible even under clothing.

    I’ve been trying to follow up on the reasons that led to my allegedly emergency surgery but each doctor from the clinic I spoke to was coming up with different and crazier explanations including that: “my baby was to small to be born naturally”?! I’ve sent numerous e-mails to the management of ParkwayHealth demanding clarification on the substandard service I received from them. I was not only denied logical explanation or apologies for all the damages their staff caused, but even denied access to my full medical records! Not to mention that my discharge reports were full of obvious mistakes and/or lies. If it were any other country, this fact alone would be enough of a reason to sue the hospital. So if you value your health and well-being, stay away from ParkwayHealth.

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