About CMU Children's Hospital Medical Center
China Medical University (CMU) Children's Hospital Medical Center is one of the first National Children's Hospitals recognized by the Ministry of Health and Welfare in Taiwan.
Physicians, nurses, specialists and staff at CMU Children's Hospital Medical Center are unified by a vibrant mission: providing compassionate care, giving optimistic hope, and pursuing cures to ensure every child lives the most fulfilling life. Collectively, we provide highest quality care, deliver utmost advanced medical and surgical interventions, and bring new discoveries through research to children and adolescent patients in Taiwan.
Our child-centered and family friendly care provides team-oriented, interdisciplinary diagnosis and treatment for the full spectrum of heart diseases, cancer, bleeding disorders, anemias, prematurity, genetic disorders, kidney diseases, GI disorders, genetic diseases, respiratory disorders, infectious diseases, neurological disorders including cerebral palsy, psychiatric and behavioral disorders, and surgical conditions. Our team members are among the best in their respective fields. Our skilled expert team has accomplished extraordinary-quality outcomes for even the most challenging cases.
CMU Children's Hospital Medical Center is the largest children's hospital in central Taiwan. Through the collaboration of physicians in nearly 60 pediatric subspecialties, we provide inpatient, outpatient, diagnostic, surgical, rehabilitative, psychiatric, behavioral, emergency and outreach services. It provided179,832 clinic visits, 69,805 patient days of inpatient service, and 31,705 emergency department visits ,and performed 638 inpatient and 692 outpatient surgeries, in 2016.
We are among the nation's top children's research hospitals and a leading teaching hospital and are a leader in care, research and education in the areas of neonatology, genetic disorders, nephrology, oncology, thalassemia, cardiology, gastroenterology, pulmonology, infectious diseases, and pediatric surgery in Taiwan.