The International Medical Service Center (IMSC) was established May 2012 in order to integrate three missions: International Medical Aid, Specialist Medical Training, and Medical Tourism. IMSC aims to cooperate with the government’s policies, to care for disadvantaged minorities, and to provide international medical aid to countries in need. International Medical Service Center serves to plan and promote CSMUH in the activities of international medical service and health hygiene. Via the opportunities to participate in international aid, we hope to provide not only medical assistance, but also deliver medical care techniques, clinical teaching, and medical knowledge throughout our partner countries.
International Medical Aid & International Humanitarian Assistance:
CSMUH endeavors to provide emergency relief and assistance in the aftermath of natural disasters, war, or ethnic conflict, either in our partner countries or elsewhere in the world. Our medical teams have offered medical assistance for local people and to provide clinical training as well as technical exchanges for local practitioners in 11 areas, including Tuvalu, Northern India, Nepal, Guatemala, Panama, Honduras, Sao Tome and Principe, Maldives, Mongolia, Inner Mongolia, and Cambodia.
Specialist Medical Training:
For cooperating with the government to promote the policy of “international healthcare cooperation strategic alliance” and encouraging of short-term medical training, CSMUH provides training programs for medical personnel from partner countries with training and opportunities for continuing education. These staffs who have visited CSMUH for clinical observation and learning are able to gain the benefits of Taiwan’s experience and acquire cutting-edge clinical skills to improve healthcare quality in their countries.
Internationalization of Medical Services (Medical Tourism):
CSMUH provides preventive health checkup packages and featured medical services to international visitors at a reasonable fee. We aim to promote Taiwan’s high quality and efficient medical service to the world."