Kyung Hee University Hospital is conveniently located at Kangdong gu in Seoul, Korea. Founded in 1971, its main goal is to contribute to the improvement of the quality of human life by consistently striving to deliver the highest standards of healthcare. The hospital, which has 30 specialty centres, is staffed by over 2,500 employees composed of doctors, surgeons, nurses, and trained medical coordinators and interpreters for the convenience of medical travellers.
The hospital features five large-scale facilities, 15 operating rooms, and cutting-edge technologies including angiography systems, CT, PET-CT, and MRI scanners, TomoTherapy, and Gamma Knife, among others. It has dedicated digestive and respiratory disease centres as well as women’s health, urology, cancer, spine, integrative medicine, and wellness centres. It also has paediatrics, ophthalmology, Oriental medicine, Korean internal medicine, and respiratory and urinary clinics. In addition, it also has a dedicated dental hospital that provides general and specialised dental services including implants and advanced aesthetic dentistry.
The hospital’s mission is not only to provide effective, timely, and individualised treatment to patients but also to continuously train its doctors to improve treatment outcomes and effectively promote national health and the further development of medicine. It continues to stay at the forefront of innovation, technology, and medical research to fulfill its unparalleled commitment to patients’ health and overall well-being.