The Taiwan International Healthcare Training Center (TIHTC) was established in 2002 by the Ministry of Health and Welfare (MOHW), and executed by Taipei Hospital, MOHW. TIHTC offers training and exchange programs for medical professionals around the world to continue their clinical training in Taiwan.
Strive to fulfill the ideologies of “healthcare without borders” as declared by the World Health Organization, as well as be a contributor in the international community
Promote the visibility of Taiwan through continuous effort in healthcare training of professionals, international emergency aid and medical assistance
- Become a national level healthcare professional training center
- Promote Taiwan’s efforts and performances as a contributor in the international community
- International Healthcare Professional Training
Trained over 1,800 international healthcare professionals from 71 countries
- International Visitation and Reception
Received nearly 1,300 international delegates from 64 partner countries
- International Healthcare Cooperation and Exchange
Signed partnership and cooperative relationship agreements in international healthcare development with 35 medical institutions in 10 countries
- International Healthcare Affairs Participation
Held and participated in nearly 50 domestic and international symposiums, seminars, and conferences
- International Emergency Medical Aid
Completed 22 rescue missions in 22 countries
In 2011, Taipei Hospital established the first international healthcare exhibition center in Taiwan to commemorate its achievements in training and international cooperation. By the unwavering efforts of Taipei Hospital, it received the Bronze Award of 2012 National Biotechnology and Medical Care Quality Award, recognizing TIHTC as the top international healthcare personnel training institution in Taiwan. In 2016, TIHTC won the “First International Medical Model Prize” Group Award. The Center welcomed its 15th anniversary in 2017, celebrating with its alumni around the world.
Since the training of the first international healthcare personnel, the Center can now train over a hundred international medical, health, and administration personnel per year. TIHTC has become an international healthcare training network that is in alliance with the 26 Ministry of Health and Welfare affiliated hospitals, as well as 31 medical centers and regional hospitals. By integrating the top medical training resources available in Taiwan, TIHTC is capable of offering a one-stop, world-class healthcare training platform to international healthcare professionals who are looking to continue their training.