Second Affiliated Hospital of Zhejiang University School of Medicine (SAHZU)
SAHZU was founded in 1869 by the British Church Missionary Society and was considered the best hospital in the Far East. The hospital has two campuses with 3,200 beds and over 6,000 employees, including 1,951 physicians and 2,728 nurses in 57 clinical departments, many of which are national clinical departments or disciplines approved by the National Health Commission. SAHZU has become the role model for Chinese hospitals in transcatheter valve intervention, the micro-incision cataract surgery, colorectal cancer, and severe burns. With nearly 6 million outpatients, 193,000 inpatients, and 153,000 surgeries every year, SAHZU is one of the most efficient public hospitals in China.