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About Us
 The Division of Pediatrics of the Taipei City Hospital has six branch hospitals in the city area. Our prospective vision is to provide comprehensive healthcare for children of all ages based on "patient-centered" care. Community healthcare services include primary care practices, community-based inpatient units, an emergency department, and a newborn care unit. In order to provide the community's children with a full range of healthcare, the Division of Pediatrics of the Taipei City Hospital has developed a network of care for children in the community. This network helps ensure that children have access to excellent pediatric services in their home communities as well as open lines of consultation and referral to the Hospital. The Women and Children Branch Hospital provides a backup service in intensive care unit for high-risk premature babies, neonates, children and adolescent. We also cooperate with many other specialists in pediatric surgery, pediatric psychiatry, pediatric dentistry, pediatric ENT, pediatric dermatology, and social workers in order to provide comprehensive pediatric healthcare.
You can make an appointment at one of our clinics on internet, by telephone or by walking-in during opening hours. Choose any staff listed and his/her clinic in the following month will be shown. (Only a Chinese version is available at present)

  1. Outpatient services: this provides pediatric diagnosis and medical treatment.
    Special Services: Pediatric sub-specialisms, including the fields of cardiology, gastroenterology, immunology and rheumatology, nephrology, neurology, neonatology, infectious disease, endocrinology, and medical genetics, are all available and provide detailed examinations.
    Neonatal Follow-up Program: Assesses the medical, nutritional, neurological, developmental and psychosocial post discharge needs of preterm and high-risk infants. The specialized staff has extensive experience in addressing the ongoing needs of families faced with caring for their medically complex infant. Evaluations include a physical examination, nutrition counseling, a neurology examination, developmental testing and special parent support for premature and neonates at high risk.
    Health service: Vaccination and physical examinations are available Monday through Friday afternoon and Saturday morning.
  2. Emergency Medicine: specially trained doctors are available 24 hours a day to handle emergencies.
  3. Inpatient services: Pediatric Unit, Neonatal Care Unit, Neonatal and Pediatric Intensive Care Units (providing emergency transport services for referrals of high-risk neonates and premature babies. Telephone: 2341-9461).
  4. Babycare Unit: care of healthy neonates and providing a child care service up to one month old.
    The hardware equipment of the Pediatric Department has been upgraded recently in order to advance diagnosis and treatment. Our faculty also participate in a wide variety of research studies, ranging from basic research to clinical disease-oriented investigations that will lead to improved healthcare. Our mission is to promote human health and prevent disease among children while developing a community-based medical center.

Future Prospects

Child Intensive Care Center
Upgrade pediatric emergency services and Neonatal/Pediatric intensive care

Enhance various subspecialties including
neonatology, pediatric emergency medicine, pediatric pulmonary medicine, pediatric cardiology, pediatric neurology, pediatric immunology and rheumatology, pediatric nephrology, and gastroenterology

Develop the Rare Disease Care Center
Genetic consultation and the Human Genome Project

Develop the Molecular-Biology Research Center
Human identification, molecular diagnosis of infectious diseases and pediatric medical research

Improve public health
Do this by combining with the Community Health and Wellness Center to promote the benefits of child healthcare.