On the morning of July 31, the director of Beijing Longmai Pension Care Center – Zhang Lin and two other people came to Royal Hospital to negotiate matters about medical cooperation. The director of the hospital – Wei Wanlin, the deputy director – Hao Jing and the staff of the Development Planning Department received them.
Director Wei pointed out that Longmai Pension Care Center and the Royal Hospital can make full use of existing resources for integration and innovation, to build interconnection between hospitals and pension care institutions and share resources, to provide quality life services and efficient medical services for the old people.
Deputy Director Hao pointed out: as the average age of the society is getting higher and higher, Longmai Pension Care Center will place more elderly people on the basis of the old people who have been resettled. The elderly have a strong demand for medical service. Royal Hospital, after years of development, has become a Class III Level-A integrated Chinese and Western medicine hospital with comprehensive departments, advanced medical equipment and distinctive features of Chinese medicine. Both parties can fully complement each other’s resources to provide more thoughtful services for the elderly. In addition, Deputy Director Hao proposed detailed and feasible implementation plans for specific issues such as the opening of the green channel, medical insurance designated pharmacies, sub-health care, physical examination and 120 First Aid so as to truly realize all-round medical rehabilitation integrated with medical care, health care, zero-distance hospitalization, convenient outpatient services, instant rehabilitation and seamless medical support.
As the backbone of the medical institutions in Changping District, Royal Hospital has always combined medical care and hospitalization as the main tasks and explored directions for developing hospital businesses and serving the people. This negotiation is another big exercise in the hospital’s implementation of the concept of combination of medical care and hospitalization. It will certainly promote the coordinated development of pension services and medical services.