Dear all international patients,
I wanted to take this opportunity to thank you for your continued support of Jen-Ai Hospital International Patient Center. We will be celebrating our 6th Anniversary, at the end of this month and we are quite pleased to announce that we have served over 9,000 patient visits, with close to 2,000 international patients coming from more than 75 different nationalities!
To better serve the international community in Taichung, we are looking to hire a new Project Manager at our International Patient Center. If you know of somebody that may be a good candidate for this position (the candidate must be fluent in English & Chinese), please have them send their resume / C.V. to me via email and I will arrange for an interview with them, as soon as possible.
As I close, I would like to thank you again for your support of Jen-Ai Hospital International Patient Center. We are looking to serve even more international patients, especially foreigners from “not so common” nationalities. We understand that it’s not easy living in a foreign country, and our IPC program was created with the hopes of helping foreigners when seeking medical help in Taichung. It’s been 6 years since people, like yourselves, have been recommending our services to all of your friends and family. All of this wouldn't have been possible without each and every one of you, so thank you for all of your support!
For your future reference, if you need to schedule / reschedule your medical appointments, you may complete the abbreviated request form at the following link http://www.jah.org.tw/international/ipc_request_regular.asp ; or you may call the English Information Hotline: 0963-175-765, Monday ~ Friday, 9:00 am ~ 5:30 pm or you could always email me at
firstname.lastname@example.org for any medical-related questions that you may have.
Wishing that happiness, good health, and good times greet you, each & every day!
We at Jen-Ai Hospital International Patient Center will continue to do
our best to serve you and other foreigners living in Taichung!
Mark K. Chan, M.B.A.
International Patient Center
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