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Recently, the Internet Hospital of Peking Union Medical College Hospital (PUMCH) was reviewed and approved by the Beijing Municipal Health Commission as the first Internet hospital in Beijing. The hospital offers follow-up services for patients with common and chronic diseases, now making available online services of 19 departments including cardiology, endocrinology, and dermatology. Patients may access multiple functions from viewing in-hospital medical records to online consultations, examinations and inspections, prescriptions and others. Patients enrolled in Beijing's medical insurance can pay for follow-up services online without using their medical insurance cards.

As of now, there are 108 registered medical institutions in Beijing offering online diagnosis and treatment services. Among them, 50 are tertiary hospitals, 15 are secondary hospitals, 18 are primary hospitals, 16 are clinics and nine are community health service centers.

According to PUMCH, patients who have visited the Peking Union Medical College Hospital during the past six months may make a reservation to see a doctor via the hospital's mobile app.

The online medical services offered by the PUMCH Internet Hospital are now available by scanning the QR code below to download the PUMCH app.


(Note: Content source is from Beijing Daily.)