Icheon St. Mary’s Hospital was established on the 27th June 1997, founded as an incorporated educational institution (Medical College). The hospital accommodates approximately 719 beds and about 1,314 employees are hired, working for the hospital.
Icheon St. Mary’s Hospital have numerous care centers that specializes on different medical fields, example of such centers are: Neurosurgery Center, Joint Center, Robotic Surgery Center, Laparoscopic Center, Organ Transplant Center, Gastrointestinal Center / Quality Improvement Center, Cardiovascular Center, Breast & Thyroid Center, Spine Center, Endoscopy Center, Kidney Center, Tomotherapy Center, PET-CT Center, Emergency Medicine Center, Health Improvement Center (Comprehensive Health Improvement Center / Health Management Center).
The hospital also serves as a training hospital for medical student and residents. Icheon St. Mary’s hospital has been accredited or recognized by many medically recognized body such as: Accredited Hospital by The Ministry of Health and Welfare, AAHRP Accredited (Association for the Accreditation of Human Research Protection Programs, Inc.), Authorized as an organ transplant medical institute and Authorized as an organ transplant registration institute.
On August 27th 2012, The Catholic University of Korea Incheon St. Mary’s Hospital established the Global Healthcare Center, in order to offer professional medical care to patients from all around the world. Global Healthcare Center of Incheon St. Mary’s hospital provides Services including medical appointment, examination, treatment and payment to give international patients the maximum convenient and immediate care. The Global Healthcare Center is run by English, Chinese, Russian-speaking nurses and staffs so the patients would not have any difficulty from ethnic dissimilarities or language barrier.
The Catholic University of Korea Incheon St. Mary’s Hospital, the foremost university hospital with medical practices from over half a century in the Incheon area, striving to be the Center of well-being with an excellent medical examination system scrutinized and interpreted by the faculties of the Catholic University of Korea School of Medicine with positron emission tomography (PET)–CT, which is a high-tech cancer diagnostic device that finds “hidden cancers,” with the lately improved diagnostic devices (64-channel multi-detector computed tomography [MDCT], mammography, ultrasonography, bone density, endoscopy, etc.) ready, and through prevention of infections, sicknesses and health management.
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Korea Incheon St. Mary’s Hospital - Facilities
- Accessible disabled people
- Emergency service
- Wireless access
- Medical records transfer
- Public transport access
- Phone in the room
- Interpreter services
- Special dietary requests accepted
- Personal assistance