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Seoul National University Hospital

Seoul National University Hospital (서울대학교병원)
Seoul National University
SNUH Headquarter Building
Geography
Location 28 Yeon Gun, Jong Ro,, Seoul, South Korea
Organisation
Care system Universal Health Care
Hospital type General, Teaching
Affiliated university College of Medicine, Seoul National University
Services
Emergency department Yes
Beds 1625 (Main Branch)
History
Founded 1899
Links
Website www.snuh.org/english
Lists Hospitals in South Korea

Seoul National University Hospital (서울대학교병원) is one of the oldest and biggest hospitals in South Korea. It is a general and teaching hospital of Seoul National University's College of Medicine. Its headquarters are in Yongon-dong, Jongno-gu in Seoul (서울특별시 종로구 연건동). Seoul National University Hospital consists of four branches:

Branch Name Location Type ED
SNUH Main Branch Jong-ro, Seoul General, Teaching Yes
SNUH Children's Hospital Jong-ro, Seoul Pediatric, Teaching Yes
SNUH Cancer Center Jong-ro, Seoul Specialised, Cancer No
SNUH Bundang Branch Bundang, Gyeonggi-do General, Teaching Yes
SNUH Boramae Branch Dong-jak, Seoul General, Teaching Yes
SNUH Healthcare System Gangnam Center Gangnam, Seoul Specialized, Healthcare No

Except SNUH Healthcare System Gangnam Center, all branches have an emergency department (ED).

SNUH is owned and operated by SNUH Special Corporation, independent from Seoul National University. The South Korean government's Ministry of Education and Human Resources partly supervises management of the hospital.

History

Seoul National University Hospital was started as Naebu Hospital (내부병원) and changed into Gwangjewon (광제원) in 1900 and Daehan Hospital (대한의원) in 1907. In 1910, when Imperial Japan colonized Korea, its name changed to Viceroyalty Hospital of Chosun (조선총독부의원). During the colonization period, the

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