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Beijing Plans Three Hospitals For Children

by VR Sreeraman on April 8, 2012 at 1:53 PM
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 Beijing Plans Three Hospitals For Children

Beijing has planned to construct three new hospitals for children in the city to fill shortage of pediatric medical service.

The capital is bracing for a baby boom as about 200,000 babies will be born in 2012, the Year of the Dragon, which is believed by many people as the most auspicious year of the Chinese zodiac, reported the China Daily citing Beijing News.

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According to Fang Laiying, director of Beijing Municipal Health Bureau, Peking University First Hospital will open a medical unit in southern Beijing while two other children's hospitals are also being planned in the eastern and western parts of the city.

There are about 100 hospitals in Beijing that have pediatric departments and nearly one-third are in level-three hospitals, a media report said.

Source: IANS
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