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Hebei Medical University
Established 1913
Type Public
Faculty 1,333
Students 25,600
Location Shijiazhuang, Hebei,  People's Republic of China
Campus Urban

Hebei Medical University (Chinese: 河北医科大学) is a university in Shijiazhuang, Hebei, China under the provincial government. Established in 1894, it is one of the oldest medical schools in China.



The staff numbers are over 7,100. Of these, 366 are professors, senior researchers and chief physicians. 967 are associate professors.


There are 25,600 students.

Hebei Medical University has long history of enrolling international students from countries including the USA, Japan, Korea, the UK, India, Pakistan and Nepal. Currently there are over 400 international students.


There are 14 colleges, and 15 specialities.

Affiliated hospitals

The university has six affiliated hospitals, in which there are 4,566 in-patient beds. Four hospitals have been granted the status of "first-class hospitals in the third category". In addition, it also has 60 teaching hospitals and practice bases providing students with good sites of clinical teaching, specialist teaching and practice.


It carried out the first finger replantation surgery in China, and made the first diagnosis in the world of acute motor axonal neuropathy.

It has 9 subjects and 4 laboratories assessed at provincial advanced level, and 6 research institutes at provincial level. The Chinese Academy of Preventive Medical Science has set up its Hebei Academic Branch in this university. Each year nearly 200 research projects are undertaken. In addition three national and eight provincial academic periodicals have been compiled and published here.

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