Patient Care
FAQ

What documentation shall I bring with me when I come to see doctors?
It is requested for every patient to bring his/her passport and medical insurance card when coming to see doctors. If you have commercial medical insurance, you may have to consult the insurance company to see if there is anything else you should bring along to the hospital.

Is there any preparation I should do if I need hospitalization?
The department has single inpatient rooms and suits equipped with a bathroom, television, telephone, fridge, free wifi and other facilities. You only need to bring your personal stuff with you on the day of hospitalization.

What are recommended specialties and services?
Most of our clinical specialties are nationally top rated or recognized. Cardiology, Ophthalmology, Neurosurgery, Neurology, Oncology, Orthopedics, Emergency Medicine, General Surgery, Burn, Dermatology, Pulmonary Medicine, Allergy, ENT, Rheumatology are especially recommended. If you have no idea which department you should go to, please consult our general practitioner by calling 0571-89713988.
Also, the Joint Academic Center for Diagnosis established by SAHZU and UCLA will provide you with opportunities of international tele-pathology, tele-radiology and pediatric neurology tele-consultation with internationally renowned experts.

Can I have health check-up here?
Specialists and general practitioners at the International Medicine Department can offer you a comprehensive healthcare service by scheduling personalized health check-up plan, setting up personal health profile, face-to-face health report reading and follow-up coordination.