South Korea Medical Charity Program

  In 2009, Korean Medical Charity Program was launched to share Korea’s progress in the medical technology and services with the world by providing free medical care for child patients from developing countries. In 2011, Korean Ministry of Health and Welfare (Minister Rim,...

Korean Medical Technology Spreading Worldwide

As foreign patients visiting South Korea have annually increased in recent years, they are looking for specialized medical institutions in specific regions out of Seoul. In 2011, 122,000 foreign patients visited South Korea, 63.7% of who received treatment in Seoul while the...

The Five-Year Survival Rate of Stage 1 Lung Cancer Patients Stands at a World-Class 82 Percent

**The Five-Year Survival Rate of Stage 1 Lung Cancer Patients Stands at a World-Class 82 Percent ** – The team of professors at SMC’s Department of Pulmonary and Esophageal Surgery has outperformed the results announced by the World Conference on Lung Cancer – SMC’s...

S. Korea to build healthcare information systems in Saudi Arabia

SEOUL, Sept. 23 (Yonhap)-South Korea will build healthcare information systems in Saudi Arabia and train doctors from the kingdom, officials said Monday, a lucrative deal that could help boost medical cooperation with other Middle East countries.  The deal signed between Health...

Smart Love in South Korea

  The story of this video is how these two people, Michelle and Shawn from SNS, who never have seen each other get to travel in Korea together. They visit mainly Suncheon(순천), Boryeong(보령), Baengnyeongdo Island(백령도), Seohae(서해, The Western Sea), and Busan(부산). Michelle...