The British Chamber Southwest China is organising the 19th of November a First Aid Training together with Gleneagles Hospital.
The training itself will last for approximately one and a half hours and the day will be finished with a tour of the hospital.
14:00 - 16:00
First Aid Training
Dr. Jerome Liew is an Australian trained and qualified general practitioner. He has special interest in general men and women's health, general pediatrics, chronic disease management，mental health and preventive health.
Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery MBBS (University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia)
Every member company gets two tickets for free, additional tickets for members 100 RMB.
Non-members 200 RMB / ticket.
Tuesday 19th of November
2 pm to 5 pm
Members two tickets for free
(additional tickets 100 RMB)
Non-members 200 RMB
No. 5333 Jinxiu Avenue, Chenghua District, Chengdu,
Gleneagles Hospital is a symbolic international hospital brand of IHH Healthcare Berhad and it is also a part of the global network among 80 hospitals owned by the Group. Since the first establishment in Singapore in 1959, Gleneagles Hospital has been striving for excellent and high-quality medical services. Gleneagles Hospital has won the trust and praise of patients for the high-quality clinical care, high-level quality, and safety guarantee and all-around care.
The Hospital opened in 2019 to provide comprehensive and high-end medical services of international standards for people in the central and western regions. Chengdu Gleneagles Hospital is the first Sino-foreign joint venture comprehensive medical institution approved by Sichuan Development and Reform Commission and a general hospital invested and constructed by Singapore Parkway Pantai Co. Ltd. in line with the Group’s uniform international standards.
Chengdu Gleneagles Hospital is located in PERENNIAL INTERNATIONAL HEALTH AND MEDICAL HUB A2 of Chengdu East Railway Station (No. 5333 Jinxiu Avenue, Chenghua District, Chengdu,
成都市成华区锦绣大道5333号A2座), with a construction scale of 51,500 square meters and 350 beds planned.