China Non-Public Medical Institutions Association is invited to visit Chengdu Jinxin Group

The chairman of the Symposium Fan Yulan, introduced the development of Jinxin Group. In 1951, the Jinxin Group in Chengdu Second District Maternal and Child Health Station has been reforms in 2004, only more than 90 employees, annual income More than 200,000 yuan, after more than 10 years of development, the Group has 11 hospitals, distributed in Chengdu, Zhangzhou, Shenzhen, USA Los Angeles and other places; at the same time, in Chengdu, Shenzhen, United States established three research institutes; set up Two vocational and technical training schools and 1 early education center, and 25 professional medical management companies and 1 investment company have provided motivation for the industrialization development of the Group. At present, nearly 4,500 group employees, nearly 3,200 actual open beds, nearly 1,000 old-age bed, the total outpatient quantity of nearly 4 million / year, an annual income of nearly 4 billion yuan, a comprehensive medical group.

The Group is mainly engaged in the specialty medical care of maternal and child health, spirit and traditional Chinese medicine, as well as the investment and operation of reproductive medicine, community health services, health checkup, research and teaching, vocational training, pension and disabled. At the moment, Jinxin Group is standing in the new height, based in Chengdu, looks at the country, and accelerates the footsteps of the internationalization process, and towards higher development platform. The chairman of the chairman introduced the development of the Group’s development achievements, since 2003, since the transformation of public medical institutions to non-established medical institutions, including the opportunities and difficulties encountered, at the same time, the current domestic social office The chaos in the doctor also agreed, expressed a strong willingness to the intention of establishing the provincial association under the promotion of the Association, contributing to the standardization management of non-public medical institutions.