China Medical University (Taiwan)

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Location
24°09'23"N
120°40'52"E
Country
 Taiwan
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China Medical University (CMU; Chinese: 中國醫藥大學) is a private university in Taichung, Taiwan. The university enrolls approximately 8,000 students.

History

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CMU was established as China Medical College (Chinese: 中國醫藥學院) on June 6, 1958 and transformed itself into China Medical University in 2003. It is the first academic institution in Taiwan where Chinese medicine and pharmacy programs are provided. The university has two major campuses, Taichung and Beigang. CMU includes seven colleges where various degree programs in western medicine, Chinese medicine, pharmacy (including Chinese herbs), health care (including nursing), life sciences, public health, and management are provided.

Milestones

1958 - The establishment of China Medical College 1980 - The establishment of China Medical College Taichung Hospital 1984 - The establishment of China Medical College Beikang campus 1985 - The establishment of China Medical College Beikang Hospital 1997 - China Medical College Taichung Hospital was promoted to a Would-be Academic Medical Centers 2000 - China Medical college Taichung Hospital was promoted to an Academic Medical Centers 2003 - China Medical College was transformed to China Medical University 2007 - Inauguration of Wuquan campus 2008 - China Medical University Beikang Hospital was promoted to a Metropolitan Teaching Hospital 2010 - Ground breaking ceremony of the Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT) project for the planned Tainan Municipal Annan Hospital 2014 - Center of Excellence for Chinese Medicine was awarded the Top-notch Research Center by the Ministry of Education2018 - Center of Excellence and New Drug Development Center was awarded the Top-notch Research Center by the Ministry of Education 2018 - Chinese Medical University Hospital received Joint Commission International (JCI) Accreditation

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