Shenzhen Children’s Hospital (SZCH) is located in the
central part of Shenzhen city, Guangdong Province, China. Since its launch in
1997, our hospital has gradually become one of the best pediatric medical
centers in southern China. We provide a complete range of healthcare services
for children from birth through to early adulthood.
We have 37 clinical departments and a
variety of advanced medical equipment. The following seven clinical specialties
are some of the best in Guangdong Province: Respiratory Medicine, Rheumatology
and Immunology, Hematology and Oncology, Neurology, Neonatology, Pediatric
Intensive Care Unit and Pediatric surgery. The laboratory of molecular
diagnosis for critical diseases and the laboratory of high-throughput genome
sequencing of pathogens are key laboratories in Shenzhen city.
Today, the hospital has 1000 open beds
and more than 1700 medical staff. In 2016, outpatient visits reached 1.7
million with 59000 inpatient admissions and 22200 surgeries.
Over the past three years, the
hospital has received more than 9 million USD in research funds. It has also
undertaken 147 research projects supported by the National Natural Science
Fund, “863 Project”, the Guangdong Province Natural Science Fund, etc. A total
of 567 research papers have been published, approximately 66 of which have been
indexed by SCI.
Education is a cornerstone of Shenzhen
Children’s Hospital’s mission. In addition to being the pediatric training
center for medical students, we are home to internships, residencies and a continuous
medical education programs to support the training of tomorrow's caregivers.
Public Charity has been committed to developing and integrating social
resources in order to support and help families in need. Shenzhen Medical
Assistance Charity Union for Poor Children was established in 2013 and serves
as a platform for medical assistance, public charity service and communication
activities. At present, more than 10 charitable organizations, 17 non-governmental
organizations and 5 enterprises joined the Medical Assistant Charity Union. V-Care
space project was established by the Shenzhen Project Care Office
and SZCH in July 2014 and debuted as the first Public Welfare Information
Harbor and Public Service Experience Harbor in China. Throughout the duration
of these projects, more than 3 million USD has been raised for medical charity
and over 600 impoverished families have received medical assistance.
Shenzhen Children’s Hospital will strive to be the
leader in the advancement of healthcare for children through excellent patient
care, innovative research, and quality professional education.