The China Post
Date: May 8, 2017
By: By Stephanie Chao
In a turbulent period when the government is undertaking reforms of its own, a group
of doctors has opened a five-star private clinic in hope of instilling a new awareness among patients and enabling change in Taiwan’s medical environment.
Doctors’ Doctor Clinic is the brainchild of former National Taiwan University Hospital superintendent and National Taiwan University College of Medicine professor emeritus Lee Yuan-teh, along with a group of experienced middle-aged doctors and retired professors.
Their clinic, which began official operations in late April after a trial period, is located on the third floor of the Taipei World Trade Center’s International Trade Building, furnished with a low-key color scheme and warm lighting complemented by soft classical music. The clinic provides “expert clinics” overseen by middle-aged doctors and “professor clinics” by retired professors. [FULL STORY]