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Jen-Ai Hospital - Dali Participates in Various Activities (9)


ˇ@ˇ@In November 2004, Jen-Ai Hospital - Dali 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 during November:

Tuesday, November 16, 2004 ˇV
VIPs from Thailand and Singapore Site Visit to Jen-Ai Hospital - Dali
  Mr. Lawrence Koh, Director of Bumrungrad Hospital, Thailand, Mr. Peerapong
Hengrassamee, Director of Supreme Products Co. Ltd., Thailand and Mr. Augustine Y. S. Tan, Regional Sales Manager of InterMetro Industries Corporation, Singapore visited Jen-Ai Hospital - Dali, during their business trip in Taiwan. A guided tour with explanations were provided by our Directors of Pharmacy, Radiology, the ER, and Dr. Chen, cardiologist, and IPC Program Director. They were pleasantly impressed by our spacious and bright hospital that provides outstanding services to our patients.


Thursday, November 18, 2004 -
English Training Course to Service Staff
  Mark Chan, Program Director of International Patient Center along with Jennifer Chu and May Chen, Project Managers of International Patient Center attended a 2-hour English Training Course at Taichung Veterans General Hospital, which was offered by the Taiwan College of Healthcare Executives. During the training, an instructor gave lessons about common English conversation to staff at the register / billing counter, outpatient department and pharmacy, and encouraged everybody to practice by role-playing. Every trainee had a fervent desire to learn.


Tuesday & Thursday, November 23 & 25, 2004 -
Flu Vaccine Inoculation to Taiwan High Speed Rail Company
  Per Taiwan High Speed Rail Companyˇ¦s request, the Health Examination Center arranged for a doctor and nurses to give flu vaccines to their employees at the company. There were 188 people to receive injections, including more than half of them foreigners, of which 61 were Japanese. Mark Chan and May Chen went to assist and assure the whole process went smoothly. They were able to provide information about the inoculations in Chinese, English and Japanese.


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