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Emergency Medical Service

Overview of Chinese Emergency Medical Service
With the prosperity of Chinese economy, medical service in China is greatly developed simultaneously, while medical service provided varies from place to place. Generally speaking, medical service in highly developed cities like Beijing, Shanghai and Hong Kong is must better than that in less-developed places likes rural areas. In highly developed cities, qualified doctors, diversified medicine and advanced facilities are available, while those are mostly unavailable in the less-developed places.

Our tour guides are well trained and they are capable enough to handle emergency cases arising along your tour. If you feel uncomfortable while touring, just inform them and they would be pleased to help you, either asking for doctors for you or sending you to hospital. On emergency cases, they will call at 120, the emergency telephone number in China.

In China, both medical service and first-aid service are available in some large hotels and restaurants. Moreover, medical care in China is less expensive than that in western countries. Before traveling, bringing some common medicines for influenza and diarrhea proves necessary.

Healthy Travel
Traveling for business or pleasure can easily derail your health and fitness regime. It’s easy to fall into the trap of high calorie meals and little exercise

and These 10 healthy travel tips will keep you in optimal health both in transit and once you reach your destination.

1.Research the Food and Stock Up Upon Arrival
2.Keep your Breakfasts and Lunches Healthy
3.Get as Much Sleep as You Can
4.Scope Out the Local Fitness Scene
5.Make your Own Workouts
6.Stay Hydrated
7.Pack Meals and Snacks
8.Pack your Gym Gear, Vitamins, and Supplements 
9. Plan Ahead for Special Dietary Needs
10.Walk Every Day

Medical Servive
The objective of this article is to identify and describe Chinese emergency medical services (EMS) components. Chinese EMS system development began in the 1980s with "importing" of EMS principles from other systems. China is now attempting to unify these principles. Chinese EMS systems are absent in most rural areas. Urban ambulance dispatch or "rescue" centers provide both transport and inpatient care. Ambulances are staffed with either a physician or a driver. 

There is not extensive overlap between hospital emergency physicians and ambulance physicians and no out-of-hospital providers at the paramedic or emergency medical technician level exist. Access to EMS is accomplished by dialing 1-2-0. Emergency calls go directly to the rescue center and a physician is dispatched. No on-line radio communication between hospitals and ambulances typically takes place. 

International Hospitals in China

Hereafter are some superior hospitals in major cities:

Beijing: United Family Hospitals and Clinics

Tel: 8610-64333960

Shanghai: Shanghai Renai International Patient Center

Tel: 021-64688888

Hangzhou: Sir. Run Run Shaw Hospital

Tel: 0571-86090073

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