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Q: Foreigner-friendly hospitals in Shanghai?

Can someone please tell me the best hospitals for foreigners in Shanghai. I don't care how much it costs (I have health insurance) but I want clean, efficient, English-speaking doctors and nurses and access to Western medicine. Thanks

9 years 47 weeks ago in  General  - Shanghai

 
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There is one hospital designated for foreigners exclusively.

Just ask your Chinese sponsor.

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There are many foreign hospitals in Shanghai. The problem is not that much the hospital, but to find a doctor you may rely on.
If you have an insurance, then your insurance provider should have given you a list of hospitals....if you need some name, let me know.

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