On Jun. 11, Professor Deng Yixiong of National University Hospital (NUH), together with his team, visited St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou. Lin Daoxuan, Medical director of Boai Group and Wang Huaizhong, Director of St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou as well as Lin Taijie, head of the medical department of St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou, rolled out the welcome mat for them.
Accompanied by hospital managers and medical staff, Prof. Deng Yixiong visited the hospital environment, including Modern International Remote Consultation Center and Sky Park in the fourth floor as well as Breast Disease Ward, which is administrated by Breast Cancer Prevention Center. Prof. Deng expressed his high recognition and appreciation of the system of Medical Quality Management and medical equipment in St.Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou.
“I appreciate the things that you are doing now, for example, set up the Hand hygiene assessment system as well as equip radiation therapy with the advanced DSA etc.. We hope that the development of St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou can flourish to serve more patients.”said Prof. Deng. Later, Peng Xiaochi, director of Oncology Department and Dai Wenyan, director of Breast Cancer Ward and other medical staff had a face-to-face communication with Prof. Deng, deeply discussing the problems they encountered at the moment.
National University Hospital(NUH) is one of the largest national hospitals in Singapore, which is distinguished in canonical management and construction. Earlier in July, 2015, medical team of St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou visited National University Hospital and learned 6S management model there.
The experts of NUH introduced the 6S management model to our health-care team through theoretical explanation, on-site observation and other forms of the relevant knowledge. This trip left our medical staff a deep impression on the 6S management. Nowadays, 6S management model has been successfully applied to our hospital to further improve the hospital's brand image.