FJCU collaborates with Elijah Medical Company to take part in the National Breast Cancer Screening Program organized by the Health Promotion Administration. Mobile mammography trucks are sent to areas in Taipei City and New Taipei City for women to undergo screening to aid in the early detection of breast cancer; those diagnosed would be referred through a platform and receive treatment. To create a comprehensive network, NTU Hospital, Shuang Ho Hospital, Taipei Tzu Chi Hospital, Mackay Memorial Hospital, and Cathay General Hospital have all signed agreements with the FJCU Clinic to become priority hospitals for medical referrals, in addition to FJCU Hospital. In compliance with government policies that advocate cancer screenings, FJCU aims to safeguard the health of women together with the aforementioned network of private sector agencies. As of 2019, the network has served 21,673 people, and as of the end of September 2020, the number has increased to 25,363.
Related practical events:
* FJCU’s Participation in the Government’s National Breast Cancer Screening Program
* FJCU Contributes to Breathe Freely Initiative for Local Communities
* FJCU Collaborates with Domestic Hospitals and Universities to Foster Professional Talents and Academic Exchanges
* FJCU Cares for Diabetic Patients – Setting Up a Support Network for Diabetic Patients
* FJCU Aids Overseas Communities, Raising Global Health Care Standards