Home | About Us | Contact Us | Site Map | Chinese
News | Biz | Pearl River Delta | Enjoy Life | Culture | Travelling | Pics | Cities & Towns | Gov Info | Specials
Home > News Brief > China
Hu urges medical personnel to learn from veteran military surgeon
Latest Updated by 2006-07-28 10:59:34
Related News
Military ties deepen as Guo visits US
Hu Jintao highlights importance of military training in peacetime
Military ties deepen as Guo visits US
Positive signs from Sino-US military exchanges
Sino-US military relations enter new stage with visit
Visit opens door in US military ties
Kaemi kills at least 25; 53 missing
Satellite to help predict earthquakes
Hu urges medical personnel to learn from veteran military surgeon

Chinese President Hu Jintao urged the country's doctors to improve ethics and professional skills after a recent visit to a veteran military surgeon who is dying of cancer.

Accompanied by senior military officials, Hu Jintao visited Hua Yiwei in his sickbed in Beijing's General Military Hospital. Hua, a veteran surgeon who saved thousands of lives in over 50 years of medical practice, is suffering from terminal stomach cancer and is in a critical condition.

Hua was the former chief surgeon of the General Military Hospital.

"In his 50 years of military medical practice, Hua's superb professional skills and lofty medical ethics saved many patients. He was overwhelmingly praised by the public and deemed 'a person worthy of trust'," Hu said during his visit.

Because of a recent trachea operation, Hua was unable to speak when Hu came to his bed and shook hands with him.

Hu thanked Hua on behalf of all the patients that Hua had cured and asked the doctors to do all they could to relieve Hua's pain.

Hu then called on the country's medical staff to learn from Hua's deeds and improve their professional skills and ethical standards in order to provide the public with better service.

Editor: Yan

By: Source: China View website
Previous:  Satellite to help predict earthquakes  Next:Chinese, Japanese FM meet in Kuala Lumpur

Water interesting sports in Shenzhen

Buddhist retrace historic journey of Xuanzang

[Group Photo]The New Yuan Ming Palace in Zhuhai

Metro line 4 to connect 4 Guangzhou districts

CCTV stops Wu Zongxian's show
This site contains material from other media for content enrichment purpose only.
The website do not endorse such content and do not bear the joint responsibility of their copyright infringement.
The views expressed in written material posted to the bulletin boards of are those of the authors and/or publishers. The website does not endorse information products posted by organizations and individuals here. The originators of these information products are solely responsible for their content.
For copyright infringement issues, you shall contact within thirty (30) days. Email:
If you find any error in this page, please drag your mouse to mark the text with error, then press "CTRL" and "ENTER", to inform us. Thanks for your help!
Home  |  About Us  |   Contact Us  |  Site Map  |  Chinese
©2005 WWW.NEWSGD.COM. All rights reserved.registered number 020074 Terms of Use | Advertise | ICP Certificate No.B2-20050252
Guangdong Gov Link
Guangdong Gov Brief
State Structure
Guangdong in Brief
Laws & Regulations
Exchange Rate
Guangdong Guide
Museum Museum
University University
Eat Eat
Shopping Duting
Night Life Night Life
Weather Weather
Phone No. Phone Num
Consulate Consulate
Airport Airport
Travel Tips Tours Tips