One of Taiwan’s first hospitals, Kuang Tien General Hospital was founded in 1913, and has grown into a 1,320-bed teaching hospital that provides acute and long-term care. With over a century of medical experience and over 40 years of medical teaching experience, Kuang Tien has earned a national reputation for its high quality comprehensive medical care, training new physicians, contributing to progress in research, and offering innovative community outreach programs.
Kuang Tien is especially well regarded for pediatric orthopedics and treats a range of cases such as congenital hip dislocation, varus deformity, valgus deformity, and cerebral palsy. The hospital has completed over 1,000 surgeries for patients with congenital hip dislocation and also has a high success rate with endoscopic sinus surgeries with over 500 successfully completed in the past three years. Its Tinnitus Treatment Center was established in 1995 and has successfully treated over 3,000 tinnitus patients, including patients who have flown in from China and Europe.
The hospital offers a variety of international patient services, including travel planning, accommodation arrangements, medical visa application support, and language translation."