Peking University Shenzhen Hospital

Peking University Shenzhen Hospital

        Shenzhen Hospital of Peking University, formerly known as Shenzhen Central Hospital, is situated on the beautiful Lotus Hill. It is a modern three-level comprehensive hospital invested by Shenzhen Municipal Government, which integrates medical treatment, teaching, scientific research and prevention. The hospital was built and opened at the end of 1999. In September 2000, the Shenzhen Municipal Government signed cooperation agreements with Peking University and Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. It was the first hospital-university close cooperation in running medicine in China. It established the Medical Center of Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Peking University of Shenzhen, and incorporated the hospital into the management system of the Affiliated Hospital of Peking University. In March 2001, the hospital was officially renamed "Shenzhen Hospital of Peking University" and "Shenzhen Clinical Medical College of Peking University". It became the first medical institution of Peking University to co-operate in other places, and carried out beneficial exploration of complementary advantages and win-win development. In 2011, it was appraised as a tertiary first-class hospital. In 2017, it passed the review of the tertiary first-class hospital.

The hospital covers an area of 59,000 square meters with a total building area of 212,000 square meters. It has 1,600 beds and more than 2,800 employees. Among them, more than 29% have graduate degree or above, and more than 100 have overseas study experience. In 2018, the total number of emergency and outpatient visits was about 2.92 million, the number of discharged patients was nearly 74,000, and the number of operations was 49,000.

The hospital has 53 clinical medical and technological departments, including one national key discipline (urology, in cooperation with the Institute of Urology, Peking University), one provincial key laboratory (male reproductive and genetic laboratory), and eight provincial key clinical specialties (critical medicine, orthopaedics, urology, nephrology, endocrinology). Department of Dermatology and Venereology, Medical Imaging Department, Medical Laboratory Department. The hospital also has three national training bases, including two for endoscopy and one for gynecology.

As the Clinical Medical College of Peking University, the hospital has 23 secondary teaching and research departments, including internal, external, women and children, and 27 tertiary teaching and research departments. More than 60 undergraduate, postgraduate and clinical interns and more than 100 other interns and refresher students were received in Beijing University in 1998. There are 1 post-doctoral research workstation, 5 doctoral training points and 37 master training points. There are more than 100 master and doctoral tutors. Over the past three years, more than 80 scientific research projects at or above the provincial level have been established and more than 1000 papers have been published, of which more than 300 papers have been included in SCI, more than 200 patents have been authorized, and more than 10 awards have been awarded at all levels, including 1 second prize for Natural Science of the Ministry of Education, 1 first prize for natural science of Guangdong Province and 2 third prize for scientific and technological progress of Guangdong Province.

The hospital has carried out extensive exchanges and cooperation with Peking University and Hong Kong University of Science and Technology in technology and academia, and has gradually expanded channels of external exchanges. The hospital has established sister hospital relationships with Tokyo Cancer Research Institute, Ming Hospital, Japan Unified Medical University Hospital, University of Southern California, Los Angeles Children's Hospital, and with internationally renowned Houston Medical Center, Washington University Medical Center, Massachusetts General Hospital, University of California San Francisco Medical Center and Nice France. The medical center has established close communication and cooperation, and has exchanged visits to enhance cooperation on many occasions.

"Benevolence, benevolence, learning and fraternity". Accompanied by this mission and responsibility, the young Shenzhen Hospital of Peking University will continue to advance steadfastly and steadfastly on the road of "sharing medical achievements and healthy life together".