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Jen-Ai Hospital - Dali Participates in Various Activities (5)


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

Thursday, July 1, 2004 -
Dr. Michael McManus' Site Visit to Jen-Ai Hospital - Dali
  Dr. Michael McManus, the President of the California School of International Management ( ) visited Jen-Ai Hospital - Dali, during his brief stay in Taiwan. The school is located in San Diego, California; and it provides undergraduate, Masters and doctoral programs to prepare business management professionals. Dr. McManus has expressed some interest in developing future collaboration between the school and the hospital - quite possibly to send some of the management students to conduct a site project in Taichung.


Friday, July 30, 2004 -
International SOS Doctors' Survey Visit to Jen-Ai Hospital - Dali
  To ensure its clients with the top medical service in Central Taiwan, International SOS doctors, Dr. Charles Van Reenen, Area Medical Director of North Asia Region, and Dr. Long-jin Chi, Coordinating Doctor in Taipei, visited Jen-Ai Hospital to conduct a 2-hour survey visit. This visit entailed a thorough inspection of the hospital facility, environment and services, and focused on the emergency service, ambulance service system, medical staffs, intensive care unit, language proficiency of the staff, diagnostics including radiology, laboratory, blood banks, etc.


Friday, July 30, 2004 -
Jen-Ai Hospital: Taichung Participates in 2004 Bilingual Hospital Award
  Since last year, Taiwan College of Health Executives has continued to promote the "Implementing Hospital's English Environment Project" to assist international patients when seeking medical attention in Taiwan. Last year, Jen-Ai Hospital - Dali was awarded as being one of the 8 "Most Bilingual-Friendly Hospital" in Taiwan; and this year, Jen-Ai Hospital: Taichung has decided to participate in this project, in order to create a bilingual environment to help the increasing number of foreigners living in Taichung.


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