Rosemary PENG, MD
Chief Medical Officer, Pediatrician
Dr. Peng received her medical degree from China Medical University in 1994. From 2001 to 2003, she completed a fellowship in the Department of Pediatrics, Medical School of Okayama University, Japan, as an International Society of Nephrology member.
Dr. Peng worked as a Pediatrician at China-Japan Friendship Hospital for 18 years, where she developed expertise in handling everything from well baby healthcare to disease management.
Before joining Beijing United Family Hospital and Clinics, Dr. Peng served in New Century Children’s and Women’s Hospital for two years and as Chief Medical Officer in New Century Harmony Clinic for one year.
Dr. Peng has over 20 years of clinical experience. She has been a Basic Life Support (BLS) and Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS) Instructor for the American Heart Association since 2011.
She completed the state-of-the-art Simulation Training Course, focusing on patient safety, at Stanford University in 2013.
Dr. Peng also completed an American Heart Association Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) training program in 2014.
Dr. Peng speaks Mandarin and English.
Wu, Jinglin, MD
Dr. Wu Jinglin received her Bachelor’s Degree in Clinical Medicine and MD Degree in Geriatric Medicine from Capital University of Medical Sciences. She completed her residency specializing in Internal Medicine and became a nephrologist at Beijing Xuan Wu Hospital.
Dr. Wu has more than 19 years of clinical experience in the field of internal medicine diseases. She has special interests in nephrology and blood purification treatment.
Dr. Wu acted as Education Director of Department of Internal Medicine at Beijng Xuanwu Hospital and has been awarded an excellent teacher several times for providing outstanding training courses to junior physicians. She has also won a number of clinical awards, such as Xinglin Physician Awards and first prize in the contest of medical rounds.
Dr. Wu speaks Mandarin and English.
REN Gang, MD PhD
Dr. Ren Gang received his Medical Degree from Capital Medical University (Beijing) in 1998, and was certified as an orthopedic surgery specialist by the Beijing Health Bureau in 2004. He completed his PhD in minimally-invasive spinal surgery at Aarhus University (Denmark) in 2009. Dr. Ren started his medical career at Beijing Friendship Hospital in the Department of Orthopedic Surgery, then working as a full-time clinical doctor in the Orthopedics Department of a hospital in northern Denmark, dealing mainly with trauma and fracture patients. He has researched various topics in orthopedics including spinal surgery, which has been published in Chinese and international medical journals.
Dr. Ren speaks Mandarin, English, and Danish.
CHANG Ling, MD PhD
Obstetrician & Gynecologist
Dr. Chang Ling graduated from China Medical University in Shenyang with a Bachelor’s Degree in 1986 and later completed a Master’s Degree at the First Affiliated Hospital of China Medical University. She completed her Medical Doctorate at the Osaka City University Hospital in Japan. She has worked in both China and Japan, and has extensive clinical experience in the field of Obstetrics and Gynecology.
Dr. Chang speaks Mandarin, English, and Japanese.
LIN Xiaojun, MD
Dr. Lin Xiaojun has been dedicated to children’s healthcare for over 2 decades. She has 8 years of clinical experience and over 20 years of experience in children’s wellness. Before joining United Family Home Health, Dr. Lin acted as associate chief pediatrician at the Wellness Center of Beijing Children’s Hospital, a Capital Medical University affiliate.
Dr. Lin has special interests in newborn care, infant and young child feeding, wellness and development, immunization and early childhood education. She provides pragmatic and personalized advice for young parents on breastfeeding, neonatal care, as well as common issues in infant and young child development.
Dr. Lin is a regular lecturer at health talks for parents and infant caregivers. The main topics of her health talks include newborn care, feeding, sleep, early childhood education, good habit formation, and common disease prevention and treatment.
Dr. Lin speaks Mandarin.
WU Lianer, MD
Dr. Wu Lianer received her medical degree from Ningxia Medical College in 1983. She served as deputy chief pediatrician at the Pediatric Specialist Clinic and Pediatric Ward of Haidian Hospital before joining United Family Home Health. Dr. Wu has 30 years of clinical experience in pediatrics, and has a special interest in pediatric respiratory diseases and pediatric emergency medicine. In recent years Dr. Wu has also been greatly involved in the field of pediatric wellness, including visits to infants within 42 days of birth, and early childhood education (within 1 years of birth).
Dr. Wu speaks Mandarin and English.
WU Xiaoyan, MD
Dr. Wu Xiaoyan completed her degree in clinical medicine at Peking University Health Science Center, and she completed her Master’s Degree at Peking Union Medical College (PUMC). She worked at PUMC Hospital as a pediatrician for four years, and, during this time, she also received further training at Beijing Children’s Hospital. She has published articles in the Chinese Journal of Pediatrics and the Chinese Journal of Neonatology.
Dr. Wu speaks Mandarin and English.
Doris WANG, RN
Chief Nursing Officer, United Family Home Health
Ms. Doris Wang studied nursing first at the Beijing School of Traditional Chinese Medicine. She worked for 17 years at the Traditional Chinese Medicine Hospital (Beijing). After her fifth year at the TCM Hospital, she worked for two years in Libya. When Ms. Wang returned to China, she resumed working at the TCM Hospital as Head Nurse before completing a nursing stint at the Singapore National University Hospital. She returned again to the TCM Hospital for another four years before working at International SOS as a Senior Nurse. Nurse Wang joined BJU in 2004.
Ms. Wang speaks Mandarin and English.
Yumei XU, RN
Ms. Xu Yumei graduated from Beijing Jishuitan Hospital School of Nursing and was subsequently certified as a midwife. She took part in nursing training in Singapore and received a Bachelor of Medical Science in Nursing from Peking University. Ms. Xu has over 32 years of experience in OB/GYN, including 17 years at Beijing Jishuitan Hospital and 2 years at KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital in Singapore. She worked at Beijing United Family Hospital as a senior midwife since 2000 and joined United Family Home Health in 2013.
Ms. Xu speaks Mandarin and English.
ZHANG Hongxia, RN
Midwife, Head Nurse of Maternity Ward
Ms. Zhang Hongxia received her nursing degree from Liaoyang School of Chinese Medicine. She went on to further complete a Nursing Associate Degree at Dalian Medical College. Ms. Zhang has over 20 years of OB/GYN experience. Before joining BJU, she worked as a registered nurse and midwife in the Internal Medicine Department of Shenyang 201 Army Hospital. She then spent a year as a midwife at Riyadh Central Hospital in Saudi Arabia. Ms. Zhang took part in a breastfeeding training course in San Diego, US. In 2011, she became the Head Nurse of the BJU Maternity Ward.
Ms. Zhang speaks Mandarin and English.
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