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Jen-Ai Hospital - Dali Participates in Various Activities (1)

2004/03/31
BY MARK K. CHAN
TAICHUNG, JEN-AI HOSPITAL - DALI


@@Over the last several months, Jen-Ai Hospital - Dali participated in various activities to further develop the International Patient Center program at the hospital. Not only did Jen-Ai Hospital - Dali focus on the internal aspects of the program with basic foundations being formed and modified, the hospital also focused on the external aspects of the program by interacting with various international organizations. The following are just some of the activities that the Jen-Ai Hospital - Dali participated in the recent months:

Wednesday, January 21, 2004
Site Visit to Bangkok Nursing Home Hospital in Bangkok, Thailand
  Mark K. Chan, Project Manager of International Patient Center, visited Bangkok Nursing Home Hospital ( http://www.bnhhospital.com/ ) in Bangkok, Thailand for a site visit. BNH Hospital is a renowned hospital in Asia that has been in existence for more than 100 years. Their new modern building has served tourists and expatriates from over 70 different countries. In addition, equipped with some of the most complete and state-of-the-art facilities, the hospital serves as a benchmark for many hospitals in Thailand.

 

Tuesday, March 23, 2004 -
Site Visit to Fukuoka University Hospital in Fukuoka, Japan
  Mark K. Chan also visited Fukuoka University Hospital (http://www.med.fukuoka-u.ac.jp/hosp/index-j.htm) in Fukuoka, Japan for a site visit; and attended Fukuoka University School of Medicine ( http://www.med.fukuoka-u.ac.jp/index-j.htm ) Graduation Ceremony to network with professors and recent medical graduates. To date, 2,400 medical students have graduated from Fukuoka University School of Medicine in its 30 year history. Many of the professors and medical graduates now hold a respectable place in Japan.

 
 

Tuesday, March 30, 2004 -
AmCham Dinner Meeting with International SOS Taiwan
 

Mark K. Chan, along with Suk-ying Cheung (Bilingual Volunteer Team Leader), attended the AmCham March Dinner Meeting with Janet Lee, General Manager for International SOS Taiwan, giving a speech about the organization in English. The dinner was held at the Smooth Restaurant, a locally-renowned restaurant in Taichung, which has been the site of several monthly AmCham Dinner meetings. At the end of the meeting, Mark K. Chan approached Ms. Lee about the possibility of future collaboration between International SOS and Jen-Ai Hospital International Patient Center.

 
 

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