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China-Japan Friendship Hospital (CJFH), founded on October 23, 1984, is a large general hospital under the direct leadership of the National Health Commission (NHC). Mr. Hu Yaobang, then General Secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, and Ms. Deng Yingchao, then Chairwoman of the National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference, autographed the hospital’s name in their own handwriting.
With altogether 2,087 beds (including those operated at the North Campus and the West Campus), CJFH has been committed to delivering medical care, researching, and educating future professionals. It provides health care services to the senior officials of the Central Government, constitutes the national emergency rescue teams and serves as the administration and training center for telemedicine programs organized in the name of the NHC.
As one of the first foreign assistance projects after China’s reform and opening up, CJFH was the most international, modern hospital with the most advanced equipment at that time. Since its establishment, CJFH has been at the forefront of upgrading medical facilities and service and systematic reform in hospitals and endeavoring to be the most modernized hospital in China.
In its development of more than 30 years, CJFH has been living up to the statements of science and humanism, following the track of modern medicine while preserving the essence of traditional Chinese medicine. It ranked top in many aspects among hospitals regional or nationwide. Many professors have left behind them milestones in the past three decades with their academic achievements and medical professionalism, including Professors Xin Yuling, Pan Xiaoren, Jiao Shude, Yin Huihe, Wang Guoxiang, and Chao Enxiang. It also undertook responsibilities for the country by working as a designated hospital for SARS patients at the height of the outbreak in 2003, sending medical practitioners to the tsunami-devastated areas in Indonesia in 2005, and serving the Beijing Olympics as a primary medical facility in 2008.
Currently in CJFH there are over 500 medical professionals with senior or associate senior titles, 1,000 with Master’s degrees or higher, and more than 200 master tutors and doctoral supervisors. CJFH has undertaken over 400 national or provincial research programs with many awards and honors from the state and ministry to its credit. The hospital serves as one of the clinical medical colleges for Peking University and Beijing University of Chinese Medicine and the teaching hospital for Peking Union Medical College. It has established cooperation relationships with such famous academic institutions in China as Beihang University, and medical institutions and universities in Japan, the U.S. and the UK.
As a designated A-class medical institution, CJFH has been awarded the title of “the best hospital for foreigners in Beijing” by the Association for Foreigners. Now, it has opened direct payment businesses with over 40 foreign commercial insurance companies.
CJFH has been winners of awards and holders of honorary titles for its remarkable achievements in Party construction and spiritual civilization, such as “National Civilized Unit” and “Capital Civilized Unit”.
With a statement committing itself to “Enterprising in Spirit, Righteous in Practice”, CJFH adheres to the management concept of “building platform for staff’s development” and undertakes the mission of “caring for life”, hoping to be a strong driving force for medical development, building itself into a modern hospital with the best management emphasizing both economic returns and technical advances. With the staff united as one and working hard, CJFH will embrace a bright future by achieving the development goals of improving ideas of its staff in the first year after the 30th anniversary, entering the stage of rapid development in the second year, and creating a new world in the third.