China-Japan Friendship Hospital
China-Japan Friendship Hospital is a China based health care facility formed with the partnership of China and Japanese government in 1984. In the year 2005, the hospital is named as National Integrative Medicine Center for Cardiovascular Disease and National Pain Clinical Research Center. The hospital is principally engaged in providing intensive care and treatment of severe diseases having primary focus on integrative eastern western medicinal therapy, comprehensive array of medical services and educational resources to the athletes, coaches, referees, and middle-level and senior officials. It also provides outpatient therapy for the patients in China. It serves as the teaching hospital for the students of Peking University and Beijing University of Chinese Medicine. The hospital also provides several research programs in the fields of nephrology, neurology, cardiology orthopedics, and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) oncology. It owns Medicare-certified 1,500 beds facility in and around 58 departments, a clinical research and an education center. China-Japan Friendship Hospital is headquartered in Beijing, China.