The Hailing district of Taizhou city – located in East China's Jiangsu province – is continuing to develop its medical service system, a process it began in recent years, in a bid to provide a healthy life for its residents.
Last year, a public health service center was completed there – designed to take control of health emergencies, disease detection, the flow of traceability, professional training and other work to a much higher level.
This public health service center is really improving the lives of locals. It was completed in Hailing last year. [Photo/WeChat account: weihailing0523]
Hailing has also pushed forwards with the construction of a primary care facility, enabling residents to get high-quality medical services in their own communities.
One local said that the new health service center in his community, with its modern and efficient equipment and caring staff, had materially improved his standard of living.
Elsewhere, a medical collaboration system has been established in the district. Some medical experts from AAA hospitals in Taizhou have posted to grassroots positions in Hailing, to implement an up-and-down linkage of personnel mobility training and support.
That adds to the eight traditional Chinese medicine centers currently in the district, meeting the diverse medical needs of local people.
Hailing started its three-year plan for medical health development in 2021 and it set the goal of "one year to lay the foundation, two years to show grades, three years of great change".