The Chaum Medical Center is a wellness and longevity clinic that was founded in 1960 in Seoul, South Korea. Treatments include the "Triple Health System", which combines the wisdom of three different schools of medicine including oriental therapy, western practices, and alternative medicine.
The Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf (UKE) was founded in 1889 and is one of the leading research clinics in Germany as well as in Europe. The hospital treats 291,000 outpatients and 91,854 inpatients annually.
The Anadolu Medical Center, established in 2005, is a JCI-accredited multispecialty hospital with 268 patient beds. Its core competencies are in oncology (including sub-specialties), cardiovascular surgery (adult and pediatric), bone marrow transplants, neurosurgery, and women’s health (including IVF).
Memorial Ankara Hospital is a part of the Memorial Hospitals Group, which were the first hospitals in Turkey to be JCI-accredited. The group includes 10 hospitals and 3 medical centers in several major Turkish cities including Istanbul and Antalya. The hospital is 42,000m2 in size with 63 polyclinics, and is one of the largest private hospitals in the city.
Soon Chun Hyang University Hospital Seoul is multidisciplinary hospital for examination and treatment of various diseases, founded in 1974 and located in Seoul. There are four hospitals in Soon Chun Hyang Universety Hospital, which located throughout South Korea.