Nanjing Medical University MBBS Program
Nanjing Medical University (NMU) consists of 16 secondary schools and 1 independent school. They are School of Basic Medical Sciences, School of Public Health, the First School of Clinical Medicine, the Second School of Clinical Medicine, the Third School of Clinical Medicine, the Fourth School of Clinical Medicine, Gulou School of Clinical Medicine, School of Stomatology, School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, School of Nursing, School of Medical Policy and Management, School of International Education, College of International Studies, School of Continuing Education, School of Higher Vocational and Technical Education and the independent institution: Kangda College.
Nanjing Medical University runs 16 undergraduate programs, 2 six-year dual bachelor’s degree programs, 3 seven-year programs, 55 master’s programs, 35 Ph.D. programs, and 3 post-doctoral research stations. In addition, NMU has 3 national key disciplines, 12 provincial key disciplines. NMU has 20 affiliated hospitals and over 40 teaching hospitals in Nanjing, Suzhou, Wuxi, Changzhou, Huai’an, Shanghai, Hangzhou and Qingdao.
China profile, Basic chemistry, Higher mathematics, Chinese language, Computer science, Medical physics, Chinese medicine language, Cell biology, Systematic anatomy, Histology and embryology, Regional anatomy, Biochemistry and molecular biology, Physiology, Pathology, Immunology, Pharmacology, Microbiology, Medical genetics, Parasitology, Pathophysiology, Medical ethics, Basic surgery, Diagnostics, Nuclear medicine, Forensic medicine, Dermatology and venereology, Epidemiology, Medical statistics, Community medicine, Law of medicine, Radiology, Psychiatry.
Neurology, Anesthesiology, Ophthalmology, Otolaryngology(E.N.T.), Stomatology, Internal medicine, Surgery,Obstetrics and Gynecology, Lemology,Rehabilitation medicine, Pediatrics, Organic chemistry, Public health management, Hygienics, Traditional Chinese medicine, Emergency medicine. Curriculums will be adjusted according to the University arrangement.
Hospitals for International Students Internship
Nanjing Medical University has more than 20 teaching hospitals in such cities as Nanjing, Suzhou, Wuxi, Changzhou, Huaian, Shanghai, Hangzhou and Qingdao. The following four teaching hospitals are the designated places where the international students will do their internship.
1. The First Affiliated Hospital of NMU
It is also named as Jiangsu Province Hospital, the most comprehensive one in Jiangsu Province, which is the center of medical treatment, teaching and research. Covering a land of 123,000 sq.m., with a building area of 188,000 sq.m., the hospital houses 3156 active members, including 2649 medical professionals, of whom 617 have senior titles, 942 middle titles, 274 doctor degree and 462 master degree. In addition, there are 81 doctoral supervisors and 200 master supervisors as well. The hospital has taken an active part in international academic exchange and cooperation with its counterparts or laboratories in US, Japan, Australia, Germany and Italy.
2. The Second Affiliated Hospital of NMU
It also bears other names, like the Second Clinical Hospital affiliated with NMU, the Second Red Cross Hospital of Jiangsu Province, or Children&1000s Hospital Affiliated with NMU. As a teaching hospital for NMU, it is a top and comprehensive hospital directly under the Jiangsu Provincial Health Bureau and a training base for both Digestive Endoscopy Diagnosis and Treatment and General Practitioner, a base that is at the level of Ministry of Health.
3. Nanjing First Hospital
This top hospital is also affiliated with NMU, functioning as a training base for PCI by Ministry of Health, endoscopic diagnosis and treatment by Ministry of Health, general practitioner in Jiangsu Province, standardization for resident doctor. At the same time, the hospital is also a center for clinical trial of cardiovascular drugs at a provincial level, prevention and treatment of diabetes at a municipal level of Nanjing, Nanjing trauma rehabilitation for industrial injury and Nanjing clinical nuclear medicine. In addition, Nanjing Cardiovascular Hospital, China’s Drug Clinical Study Institution and Nanjing Red Cross Eye Bank are also part of this hospital.
4. Nanjing Drum Tower Hospital
Nanjing Drum Tower Hospital (Nanjing Gulou Hospital) was founded as a Christian hospital in 1892 by Dr. William Edward Macklin, M.D., a Canadian missionary to China, with the assistance of an American Church. Since Macklin was the first president, the hospital was also popularly known as “Ma Lin Hospital,” after the Chinese name of this founder.
Nanjing Medical University
Nanjing Medical University (NMU), founded in 1934, is one of the top institutions of higher learning in China. NMU is located in Nanjing, one of the four ancient Chinese capitals, a city which was a cultural, political and economical center in southern China and is currently the capital of Jiangsu province and an economical center in the Yangtze River Delta. Nanjing Yangtze River Bridge (the first combined bridge designed and built by the Chinese), the Nanjing Harbor (the largest inland one in Asia), Nanjing Lukou International Airport (35.8 kilometers away from the city center) and countless highways and railways make the city a traffic hub and its traffic easy and convenient. Mountains, water, ancient walls and green woods complement Nanjing’s beauty and richness. Small wonder Dr. Sun Yet-sen spoke highly of her: “With all the beauties of high mountains, deep lakes and vast plains integrated in one, Nanjing is certainly unrivalled and unique in the world.” With respect to the number of universities, Nanjing ranks third in China, just after Beijing and Shanghai.
(Source: Nanjing Medical University)
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