Shenzhen is allowed to establish a wholly foreign-owned outpatient department
Implement the Outline of the Plan for the Reform and Development of the Pearl River Delta Region and build the Shenzhen-Hong Kong International Metropolitan Circle. It has aroused strong repercussions from all walks of life in Shenzhen, and has taken active actions in areas such as ecology, transportation, and medical care. Foreign-funded medical institutions and the integration of transportation within and outside the SAR are all accelerating.
Jiang Weiping, director of the Shenzhen Municipal Health Bureau, said recently that the "Planning Outline" proposed that further accelerating the construction of the "Shenzhen-Hong Kong Innovation Circle" and promoting the integration of Shenzhen-Hong Kong innovation resources is of great significance to the reform and opening up of the health system. The formulation of an international city requires that the public health undertakings in Shenzhen should also have the symbol of internationalization. Taking medical care as an example, international standards include at least international first-class technical strength, drugs and methods of diagnosis and treatment with international standards and service capabilities. With international standards. In order to speed up the reform and opening up of the medical industry in Shenzhen, Shenzhen applied to the state to allow the establishment of wholly foreign-funded hospitals in Shenzhen. At present, the state has approved the establishment of a wholly foreign-owned outpatient department in Shenzhen.
The Shenzhen Transportation Bureau recently stated that it will play a leading role in safeguarding the construction of a national comprehensive reform pilot zone, a national economic center city, an innovative city, a socialist model city with Chinese characteristics, and an international city. Shenzhen will take the implementation of the "Planning and Development Plan of the Pearl River Delta Region" as an opportunity. This year, we will also sign a freight business cooperation agreement with the Hong Kong Airport Authority to make full use of the country's opening of more "free travel" cities to Hong Kong as an opportunity to encourage The airlines integrated the air transportation resources and improved the "Shenzhen Feifei" products to and from Hong Kong, making Shenzhen Airport an important gateway for mainland tourists to and from the Hong Kong and Hong Kong international passengers to and from the Mainland.