Seoul National University Hospital is run by Korea's top university, Seoul National University, and prides itself as the leading healthcare facility in the country. The hospital's roots go as far back as 1885, but Seoul National University Hospital in its current incarnation was established in 1946, not long after Korea's independence from Japan. It's main medical complex in Hyehwa, near Jongno, houses the main hospital, a children's' hospital, and one of the leading cancer hospitals in the country, as well as numerous research centers and facilities for Seoul National University's renowned School of Medicine. It has since opened branches in various locations in the Seoul Metropolitan Area and treats over 4 million outpatients annually throughout these branches.
International Health Clinic in SNU Hospital
Established in 1999, Seoul National University Hospital's International Health Care Clinic is one of the best in the country. It boasts a team of experienced and highly trained medical doctors and an incredibly helpful support staff that provides translation services in English, Chinese, Mongolian, Russian, Arabic, and Spanish. The clinic welcomes more than 30,000 patients from over 80 different countries per year and also offers a 24-hour emergency contact service to respond promptly to emergency situations.
|Company Name||Seoul National University Hospital (서울대학교병원)|
|Category||Medical & Health Services|
|Languages Available||English Chinese Russian Arabic Spanish Mongolian|
|Opening Hours||Monday to Friday 09:00 - 17:30 / Saturday 09:00 - 13:00 / 24 Hour Emergency Room|
101 Daehak-ro, Jongno-gu, Seoul, South Korea 101
Take Line 4 to Hyehwa Station and go out Exit 3. -> Walk straight about 450 meters. The entrance to Seoul National University Hospital will be on your right.