Beijing United Family Hospital and Clinics (BJU) celebrates 10 years in Shunyi with an afternoon of entertainment and sweets, free for the public. Come join BJU on Saturday, November 17 from 11am-2pm in the Pinnacle Plaza courtyard (behind the clinic) for a family-fun day of balloons, magicians, face painting, Beijing treats and more!
Ten years ago the Shunyi clinic started with a handful of staff in a small facility. Now the clinic offers family medicine, psychological services, physical therapy, pediatrics, TCM, dermatology, ophthalmology, gynecology, and radiology, as well as laboratory, pharmacy, immunization and travel medicine services. Phew! Expansion plans are also under way to add more doctors and space in the future. Congratulations!
BJU always has many events going on for the community to attend for free, as well as opportunities to give back.
Coming up on Saturday, November 24 as a part of the WAB Holiday Bazaar and in conjunction with the Tangzhou Blood Center, BJU will host a “Holiday Community Blood Drive at WAB.” From 10:30am-3:30pm at the WAB Tiger Field courtyard, those wishing to donate should bring a copy of a passport or Chinese I.D. Walk-ins are welcome; if you’d like to reserve a time instead just e-mail Jenifer.firstname.lastname@example.org.
And several seminars scheduled feature experts discussing important health topics. Coming up:
“A Discussion on Autism” by author and expert Lena McCalla Njee
Wednesday, November 14, 5-6pm, The Yurt, BJU 1,
In cooperation with Eliott’s Corner, come hear an overview of autism, recognize the signs, and find out about the latest research.
”Dealing with Apnea: An Interactive Discussion" by BJU ENT chair Dr. Lin Zhonghui
Wednesday, November 14, 7pm, BJU 5th Floor Auditorium
"Ins and Outs of Immunizations: And Other Recommendations for Healthy Living in China” by Dr. Richard St. Cyr
Tuesday, November 20, 9-10am, Elementary School Lounge at WAB
”Upstairs Brain Parenting: How to Survive and Thrive” by director of BJU Pediatrics Specialty Clinic Dr. Alan Mease
Wednesday, November 21, 7pm, BJU 5th Floor Auditorium