Cheongshim Medical Center (Seoul, South Korea)
CheongShim Medical Center was founded in 2003 as one of the first projects of the holding company "Cheonshim Limited". The original name is the "Medical Center of Western and Eastern Medicine of Cheonshim." It is located outside the city in an ecologically clean tourist zone of the Kapkhon-gun area of Gyeonggi-do Province (40 km east of Seoul). The first of the medical institutions in Korea began to target patients from abroad purposefully.
In 2006, the official name was changed to the International Medical Center "Cheonshim". In 2007, it was awarded the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Korea for his contribution to the development of international medical tourism.
In the center there are 15 departments for outpatient admission of patients and a hospital for 200 beds. In 2011, the center took the first place among medical institutions in Korea by the number of foreign patients (according to the assessment of the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Korea). The hospital has a branch of the bank where you can exchange currency, ATM, dining room, mini supermarket, cafe, karaoke, laundry. Directly near the hospital there is a bus stop, which can be reached in 40 minutes by bus to the Chamsil metro station in Seoul (near the Lotte World amusement park).
Orthopedics and traumatic surgery
Traditional Korean medicine
Plastic surgery and esthetic medicine:
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