Hospitals in china

This is a list of hospitals in China.[1] As of 2011, there are 21,638 general hospitals in China.[2]



  • Xinhui People's Hospital


  • Haikou City People's Hospital

Hong Kong




  • First Affiliated Hospital of Nanjing Medical University
  • Jiangsu Provincial People’s Hospital
  • Jiangsu Provincial Stomatology Hospital
  • Jiangsu Provincial Traditional Chinese Medicine Hospital
  • Nanjing Gulou Hospital
  • Nanjing Brain Hospital
  • Nanjing General Hospital of Nanjing Military Command
  • Nanjing General Military Hospital
  • Nanjing Ophthalmology Hospital
  • Nanjing Stomatology Hospital
  • Nanjing Union Dental Clinic
  • Skoulnong General Hospital
  • SOS International Clinic


  • Bellaire Medical Center (Medical Treatment for Expats), Qingdao


  • Shanghai Eighth People's Hospital
  • Shanghai Ninth People's Hospital
  • Shanghai International Peace Maternal and Child Health Hospital
  • Shanghai United Family Hospital and Clinics
  • Xinhua Hospital
  • Zhongshan Hospital


  • Suzhou Medical College Hospitals


  • Tianjin First Central Hospital
  • Tianjin People's Hospital
  • Tianjin Children's Hospital
  • General Hospital of Tianjin Medical University
  • Tianjin Hospital of Ophthalmology
  • Tianjin Medical University Cancer Institute and Hospital



  • The 1st Affiliated Hospital
  • The 2nd Affiliated Hospital & Yuying Children’s Hospital
  • The 3rd Affiliated Hospital
  • The 5th Affiliated Hospital
  • The 6th Affiliated Hospital
  • The Affiliated Eye Hospital
  • The Affiliated Hospital of Stomatology
  • The Affiliated Taizhou Hospital
  • The Affiliated Wenling Hospital

See also


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