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Yanda International Health City - World Class Healthcare in China
Date:9/22/2009

NEW YORK, Sept. 22 /PRNewswire-Asia/ -- The Yanda International Health City is set to be unveiled in January, 2010.

The environmentally friendly complex will include facilities offering state-of-the-art care for seniors, a hospital staffed by international healthcare workers as well as medical research and training facilities. It will also include an international conference center.

Yanda will be a model in healthcare services in the 21st century. It has already developed cooperation ties with many world-renowned medical schools and hospitals, and has worked together with them in scientific research and exchanges of personnel.

Yanda has developed a balance of both Chinese traditional medical practices and advanced Western medicine and is seeking more partners among leading healthcare service providers around the world.

The complex is located 25 km from the Beijing Capital International Airport. Covering an area of 500,000 sqm, Yanda is designed to offer an environment reflecting holistic ecology and boasts a gross investment of about 7 billion Yuan.

The "Golden Age" Nursing Center

This facility offers the latest technology as Yanda aims to set a standard in healthcare for senior citizens.

There are two types of lodgings: home-style or hotel-style. Residents will be housed according to their medical evaluation: as independent, semi- dependent or dependent.

Yanda aims to cater to individual tastes and preferences. Facilities include Chinese and Western restaurants and entertainment rooms. Dieticians will offer personalized advice on diet and nutrition. Amenities include swimming pools, sauna, hot springs, gyms and oxygen bars. Also available will be on-site cafes and a multifunctional hall, where events and activities will be organized, and a library. Cable and satellite television will be available. There is also a church o
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