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Jen-Ai Hospital - Dali Participates in Various Activities (2)


@@In April 2004, Jen-Ai Hospital - Dali again participated in various activities to further develop the International Patient Center program at the hospital. The following are just some of the activities that the Jen-Ai Hospital - Dali participated in April:

Friday, April 2, 2004 -
Fukuoka University School of Medicine Graduates' Site Visit to Jen-Ai Hospital - Dali
  A group of 6 Fukuoka University School of Medicine Graduates visited our hospital for a site visit, while on their graduation trip to Taiwan. Since for most of them, it was their first site visit to a hospital outside of Japan, they were pleasantly surprised by the modern facilities and the general cleanliness of our hospital. A brief class conducted by our Cardiologist-in-Chief, Dr. Chang; a tour of our facilities including the Bedside Terminal and Operating Rooms; and a welcome dinner were arranged for the group.


Thursday, April 15, 2004 -
International SOS Taiwan's Site Visit to Jen-Ai Hospital - Dali
  Connie Tan, Global Assistance Network Manager of International SOS Taiwan, visited our hospital for a site visit to determine the likelihood of adding our hospital in the International SOS preferred provider list for hospitals in Taichung. A guided tour and explanations provided by our Director of Laboratories, VIP Nurse Manager and IPC Program Director were arranged for this visit. Ms. Tan was quite impressed to see that a local hospital in Taichung is able to provide the demanding VIP service requested by the international community.


Friday, April 16, 2004 -
IWAT Mardi Gras Charity Event
  Mark K. Chan, attended the IWAT Mardi Gras Charity Event with Suk-ying Cheung and Jennifer Chu, the new Project Manager of International Patient Center, at the National Hotel Fortune Ballroom on the 2nd Floor. This annual charity event collects much of their donations from the ticket sales and silent auctions, with all the proceeds going to local charities in Taichung. Almost all the participants wore colorful costumes and masks reminiscent of Mardi Gras Celebration in New Orleans. Activities, such as blackjack, roulette, live African drum performances, some dancing and various appetizers for consumption were prepared for this occasion.


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