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Hangzhou Binjiang Hospital


Hangzhou Binjiang Hospital (Traditional Chinese: 杭州濱江醫院, Simplified Chinese: 杭州滨江医院), is an affiliated hospital of Zhejiang University for the public.

Introduction


The hospital is currently under construction. It's located in the Binjiang District, Hangzhou City, Zhejiang Province, People's Republic of China. The construction opened on 28 January 2008; Mr. Zhang Xi (General Secretary of ZJU), Prof. Yang Wei (President of ZJU), and Mr. Wang Guoping (General Secretary of Hangzhou) also participated in the opening ceremony.[1]

The hospital has a total area of 150 mu, with a total building area of 166,9000 m2. It will have patient beds 1200. The hospital is scheduled to fully open in 2009.[2][3]

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Categories: Zhejiang University | Hospitals in Zhejiang | Buildings and structures in Hangzhou | Teaching hospitals in China








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