Cooperative Oncology Services

United Family New Hope Oncology Center (New Hope) and Peking University (PUCH) Cancer Hospital signed an agreement to jointly provide premium, world-class oncology services for the Beijing market. Through this new arrangement, New Hope and PUCH’s International Department will join resources to develop personalized oncology services for Beijing residents, representing the first time a Chinese authority in oncology treatment will join together with a premium, foreign-invested healthcare provider. The agreement further states both organizations’ commitment to high-level joint clinical treatments, academic exchanges, professional healthcare management and quality accreditation.

New Hope is the leader in premium outpatient oncology treatment in China.  The medical staff encourages patients to maintain their normal, everyday activities while undergoing cancer treatment, to maintain a high quality of life. They not only treat the patient’s disease, but care for the entire patient by providing comprehensive services.  In addition to surgery and chemotherapy, New Hope offers psychological counseling, physical therapy, TCM, pain management, nutrition counseling, support groups and patient education. New Hope is dedicated to providing advanced, international-standard cancer treatment and individualized care according to each patient’s specific needs.

New Hope draws upon its cooperative relationships with top cancer treatment specialists both in China and internationally to assemble medical teams according to each patient’s needs and wishes, providing second-opinion consultations.

From its opening in January 2011, New Hope and PUCH  have worked informally together to provide the best in patient care. They have collaborated on patient care and have worked to explore the newest trends in cancer treatment, facility design, medical services and healthcare management. This new agreement formalizes the relationship between New Hope and PUCH. According to the agreement, New Hope will also provide evidence-based, international-standard cancer treatment to the patients of PUCH’s International Department. In return, PUCH will allow New Hope patients a green channel to access high-level care quickly at PUCH.  In addition, the cooperation will focus on clinical treatment, team building, academic exchange, healthcare management, quality and safety accreditation, and models of primary and nursing care.

Sylvia Pan, general manager of Beijing United Family Hospital and Clinics (BJU), attended the signing ceremony. Ms. Pan said, “This is truly a milestone for New Hope. It is not only an endorsement from a level-three public hospital, it also represents BJU moving toward even higher levels of medical services and excellence. In the past two years, BJU has established the New Hope Oncology Center, the Heart Center, Neurosurgery and other services that require advanced talent and equipment. We hope that we are not only creating an internationally-accredited healthcare system to provide high-level care to our patients but also create a model for healthcare management. We hope to set an example of an international healthcare provider continually working to achieve higher-levels of care for our patients and the greater medical community.  We recognize that it is critical to strive for both size and depth at the same time.”

About Peking University Cancer Hospital
Peking University Cancer Hospital is one of the famous large special hospitals in the field of cancer research and treatment in China. It has 790 hospital beds, 26 clinical departments and 13 medical technological departments. For many years, the hospital has been engaged in the diagnosis and treatment of various tumors, such as breast cancer, lung cancer, colorectal cancer, liver cancer, gastric cancer, esophageal carcinoma, malignant lymphoma, gynecological cancer, tumor of head and neck, tumor of urological system, bone tumor, and melanoma. The hospital advocates the cooperation of multiple disciplines, integrate medical sources of all departments, and has established different cooperation groups for mono-disease including breast cancer, gastric cancer, lymphoma, and liver cancer, providing normalized and individualized combined treatment for the patients.