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1978 ~ Present

SNUH Foundation expands
South Korean medical service worldwide
1978~현재

1945~1978

The Hospital Affiliated with the College of Medicine of SNU leads the development
of medical service in South Korea
1978~현재

1910~1945

The Japanese Occupation of Korea and
the Hospital Affiliated with the Medical School of Gyeongseong imperial Univer-
sity and the Hospital Affiliated with Gyeongseong Medical College
1978~현재

1885~1910

The Joseon Government’s Pursuit of Modernization and Jejung Hospital and Daehan Hospital
1978~현재

1978 ~ Present

1978 ~ 현재
1978 ~ 현재
1978 ~ 현재
1978 ~ 현재
1978 ~ 현재
1978 ~ 현재
SNUH Foundation expands South Korean medical service worldwide

In 1978, the Hospital Affiliated with the College of Medicine of SNU was reorganized into SNUH Foundation, a special corporation, to raise medical service in South Korea to world-class levels by maximizing its autonomy and efficiency. Article 1 of the Establishment of Seoul National University Hospital Act, legislated at this time, reads, "The purpose [of the present Act] lies in promoting the development of medicine and contributing to the improvement of the national public health by establishing Seoul National University Hospital and providing education, research, examination, and treatment in medicine and dentistry." This signifies that SNUH has been officially and legally recognized as the center of national medical service.

At the same time as corporatization, the new hospital building, a long-cherished dream of SNUH, was finally completed. With 1 floor underground and 13 floors aboveground and hospitalization and examination facilities including 1,056 beds and a capacity for over 2,000 outpatients, it was the largest hospital in Northeast Asia at the time. SNUH thus consolidated its basis as the representative hospital of South Korea and for its role as the hub of medical research.

Since then, SNUH has pioneered medical service in South Korea by launching the first Children's Hospital nationwide, operating Seoul Metropolitan Government-SNU Boramae Medical Center on consignment, and establishing SNU Bundang Hospital and SNU Hospital (Health Care System) Gangnam Center. As for medicine and medical practice, it succeeded in the birth of a test tube baby and partial and whole liver transplants, all unprecedented in the country. Furthermore, it has succeeded in separating the hepatitis C virus serum and developing a new liver cancer test method, both for the first time around the globe. In addition, it has developed the first artificial pancreas in South Korea and the smallest artificial heart worldwide, obtaining an American patent. In terms of medical research, the medical staff at SNU College of Medicine and SNUH published 1,065 papers in academic journals registered in the Science Citation Index (SCI) in 2005 alone, which was the first time for a single medical institution across the nation to publish over 1,000 papers, thus demonstrating at home and abroad that they had the capability to lead the era of internationalized medical service. In addition, SNUH formed the Public Health Medical Services in 2006 and has engaged in medical volunteer service for medically underprivileged groups domestically and internationally.

In conclusion, SNUH not only faithfully plays a role that becomes its prestige as the national central hospital of South Korea but also is leading medical service in the country to a world-class level.

1978
  • Jul. 15 Launched Seoul National University Hospital as a special corporation.
  • Jul.
    17~18
    Held an academic seminar in commemoration of the opening.

1979
  • Jan. 13 Moved and opened a new ward.
  • Feb. 05 Started outpatient treatment in the new ward.
  • Mar. 06 Dismantled the old ward.
1980
  • Feb. 22 Developed an artificial pancreas for the first time in Korea. (Byung-Koo Min, Professor of Medical Technology, and his research team)
  • Dec. 17 Started to build a Children ' s Hospital.
1983
  • Jul. 01 Operated a team in charge of outpatient services.
1985
  • Feb. 28 Succeeded in creating the first test-tube baby in Korea. (Yoon-Suk Chang, Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, and his research team.)
  • Oct. 16 Opened the first Children's Hospital in Korea.
1987
  • Dec. 09 Opened the Municipal Yeongdeungpo-gu Hospital to be operated on consignment.
    Acquired US certification for a colon cancer cell line for the first time.
1988
  • Jan. 13 Acquired US patent for an artificial heart. (Byung-Koo Min, Professor of Medical Technology, and his research team.)
  • Mar. 17 Succeeded in performing a liver transplant operation for the first time in Korea. (Soo-Tae Kim, Professor of Surgery, and his research team.)
1990
  • Succeeded in blood transfusion of a fetus for the first time. (Seung-Wook Kim, Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, and his research team.)
1991
  • Jul. 12 Opening ceremony of the Clinical Medicine Research Center was held.
1992
  • Jul. 11 Succeeded in performing a live liver transplant for the first time in Korea. (Soo-Tae Kim, Professor of Surgery, and his research team.)
1993
  • Nov. 26 Opened a new dental hospital.
  • Dec. 23 Succeeded in performing brain cell transplant surgery for the first time in Korea. (Sang-Bok Lee, Professor of Neurology, and his research team.)
1994
  • Mar. 30 The first long-distance heart transplant in Korea was performed. (Jun-Ryang Noh, Professor of Chest Surgery, and his research team)
    Developed a human-sized artificial heart for the first time in the world. (Jun-Ryang Noh, Professor of Chest Surgery, and Byung-Koo Min, Professor of Medical Technology, and their research teams)
1995
  • May. 31 Succeeded in performing extracorporeal cancer surgery for the first time. (Sang-Eun Lee, Professor of Urology, and his research team)
    Conducted DNA therapy on a patient with advanced cancer. (Dae-Suk Hur, Professor of Internal Medicine, and his research team.)
1997
  • Oct. 26 Succeeded in performing the simultaneous transplant of a heart and lungs. (Jun-Ryang Noh, Professor of Chest Surgery, and his research team)
    Began constructing the Cancer Conquest Research Center.
  • Nov. 17 Began constructing the Funeral Service Hall.
  • Dec. 10 Developed a new method for testing liver tumors for the first time in Korea. Succeeded in operating an artificial cornea. (Jin-Hak Lee, Professor of Ophthalmology)
1998
  • May. 15 Completed the Clinical Medicine Research Center.
  • Jun. 15 Identified the cause of Hodgkin's disease for the first time in the world.
  • Nov. 05 Succeeded in lung division transplant for the first time in Korea. (Kyun-Wook Lee and Jyung-Suk Seo, Professors of Surgery and their Research team)
    Succeeded in developing and operating an electrical artificial heart assist device for the first time in the world. (Hyuk Ahn, Professor of Chest Surgery, and Byung-Ku Min, Medical technology, and their research teams)
1999
  • Jan. 29 Declared Vision 21
    Identified the cause of cerebral palsy for the first time in the world. (Bo-Hyun Yoon, Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, and his research team)
    Identified the cause of allergies for the first time in the world. (Yoo-Young Kim, Professor of Internal Medicine, and his research team)
    Succeeded in dividing Hepatitis C virus for the first time in the world. (Jung-Ryong Kim, Professor of Internal Medicine, and his research team.)
2000
  • Developed an automatic sight examination system. (Jin-Hak Lee, Professor of Ophthalmology, and his research team.)
    Developed a cure for intractable rheumatism for the first time in the world. (Young-Wook Song, Professor of Internal Medicine, and his research team.)
2001
  • Jul. 01 Started PACS full-scale.
    Discovered a new HIV sub-type (HIV-1) (Kang-Won Choi, Professor of Internal Medicine, and his research team.)
    Succeeded in performing a new liver transplant surgery procedure for the first time where only part of the patient's liver is removed before to transplanting in a part of the donor's liver. (Kun-Wook Lee and Kyung-Suk Seo, Professors of Surgery, and their research team.) Identified the Fitzpatrick skin type of Korean people. (Jae-Il Yoon, professor of Dermatology, and his research team)
2002
  • May. 22 Started to construct an annex building for the Children's Hospital.
  • Dec. 04 Completed construction of the Seoul National University Bundang Hospital.
    Surgery and Internal Medicine's joint transplant operation - succeeded in simultaneous transplant of kidney and pancreas.
    Discovered the rare Milternberger blood type. (Kyu-Sup Han, Professor of Laboratory Medicine, and his research team)
2003
  • Feb Identified that low cholesterol' can also cause apoplexy. (Byung-Woo Yoon, Professor of Neurology and his research team.)
    Treated a rat with brain hemorrhage with a human embryonic stem cell for the first time in the world. (Jae-Kyu Noh, Professor of Neurology and his research team.)
  • Dec A pig was created for organ production and a cow with a resistance to mad cow disease was created for the first time in the world.
2005
  • Ranked 1st in medical institute evaluation by Ministry of Health and Welfare, designated as the most outstanding emergency medical center in Seoul in the medical institute evaluation by Ministry of Health and Welfare
2006
  • SNU Hospital and Medical College registered 1,065 articles in SCI journals in 2005 alone
  • Dec 2006 New Vision, "BREAKTHRU 21," announced to become a leading global medical institute
2007
  • Ranked 1st for seven straight years in brand power of comprehensive hospitals organized by Korea Management Association Consulting
    No. 1 impact of SNU Hospital's paper, and highest number of citations announced by National Academy of Medicine of Korea
  • Mar 100th anniversary of Daehan Hospital and 122nd anniversary of Gwanghyewon (also known as Jejungwon, which was the first western medical institution of Korea)
  • Exceeding 20,000 gastric cancer operations (from 1995 to Mar.2007) ? SNU Hospital Gastric Cancer Operation Team
  • May. 26 Accomplished 20,000 cases of Stomach Cancer Surgery
  • Nov. 08 Signed a contract with the National Hospital of Mongolia about meidcal exchange
2008
  • Mar. 26 Opened a Robotic Surgery Center
  • Aug. 04 Renovation of SNU Children's Hospital
2009
  • Jun. 29 Electronic Medical Record(EMR) System received an international certification(ISO27001) in information protection management
  • Dec. 21 MOU with US Army Medical Corps in Korea
2010
  • Sep. 20 Expansion Opening of the International Healthcare Center(IHC)
  • Oct. 11 MOU with Yanji Zhongyi Hospital(Yanji City, China) about establishing 'Comprehensive Health Screening Center'
  • Nov. 01 MOU with long-term support with National University of Laos
2011
  • Feb. 11 Accomplished 1,500 cases of Kidney Transplantation
  • Mar. 25 Opening of SNU Cancer Hospital
  • Jul. 20 Accomplished 1,000 cases of Living Donor Liver Transplantation
  • Dec. 21 Consultation with the first patient from Health Authority Abu Dhabi(HAAD), UAE
  • Dec Accomplished 10,000 Thyroid Surgery and 1,000 Robot Thyroid Surgery
2012
  • Jan Accomplished 10,000 Brain Tumor Surgery
  • Feb. 28 Opening of New Youk office, USA
  • Dec Acquired international accreditation for Human Research Protection Program from AAHRPP
2013
  • Jan MOU between SNU Cancer Hospital and National Cancer Institute, USA for mutual research cooperation
  • Sep. 11 Expansion Opening of Pediatric Emergency Center
2014
  • Jun. 26 Obtained consignment operating project of Sheikh Khalifa Specialty Hospital(SKSH), UAE
  • Jun. 29 Signed a 70 billion KRW worth of contract for exporting hospital information system to Saudi Arabia
  • Jul Renovation of Adult Emergency Center
  • Sep. 25 Opened SNUH Human Resources Development Center (HRD)
  • Sep Accomplished 1,000 cases of liver Transplantation
2015
  • Feb. 18 Opened Sheikh Khalifa Specialty Hospital(SKSH) in UAE, under the operation and management of SNUH
  • Mar. 13 Accomplished 2,000 cases of Kidney Transplantation
  • Apr. 30 Celebrated the 130th anniversary of Jejung Hospital
  • Jul. 16 Opened SNUH Center for Medical Innovation(CMI)
  • Oct Celebrated opening 30th anniversary of Children Hospital
  • Dec Groundbreaking of Advanced Outpatient Center
2016
  • Mar. SNUH ranked 1st for 16th consecutive year in brand power evaluated by KMAC
  • Apr. 1 Held commemorative lecture celebrating 131st anniversary of Jejungwon
  • Apr. SNUH designated once more as the nation's Research-Driven Hospital
  • Apr. 30 Held ceremony on Jejungwon's 131st anniversary
  • Aug. SNUH topped in the list of National Brand Competitiveness Index (NBCI) for General Hospital
  • Sep. Signed Agreement for Teleconsultation Service to provide SKSH doctors with second opinions
2017
  • Feb. 1 Started operation of Comprehensie Nursing Care Services
  • Mar. 16 SNUH ranked 1st for the 17th time in brand power evaluated by KMAC
  • Aug. 13 Celebrated the 3rd anniversary since signing of agreement on SKSH's management and operation
  • Aug. 16 Implemented project for In-depth Treatment
  • Aug. 22 Established SNUH's Physician Occupational Ethics Committee
  • Aug. 28 SNUH ranked 1st in National Brand Competitiveness Index (NBCI) for General Hospital
  • Sep. 21 Signed MOU for promoting the cadmium accelerator business
  • Sep. Renewed Emergency Center of Main Hospital and implemented a group of professors fully in charge of ER services
  • Sep. Remodeled MICU into a quarantined one-bed ward
  • Oct. 20. Signed MOU on medical support at 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics and Paralympics
  • Oct. 24 Renewed SNUH website
  • Dec. 1 Opened Human Rights Center
  • Dec. 14 Began operation of Precision Medical Center
2018
  • Jan. Introduced Syapse as SNUH's Cancer Precision Medical Platform
  • Feb. Celebrated the 3rd anniversary since opening of SKSH
  • Feb. Offered medical support at Pyeongchang Winter Olympics and Paralympics
  • Mar. 11 SNUH succeeded in transplantation of adult lungs into a pediatric patient, the first case in Korea
  • Mar. 22 SNUH ranked 1st for 18th consecutive year in brand power evaluated by KMAC
  • Jul. 13 Started full operation of Syapse
  • Aug. 27 SNUH topped in the list of National Brand Competitiveness Index (NBCI) for General Hospital

1945 ~ 1978

1945 ~ 1978
1945 ~ 1978
1945 ~ 1978
The Hospital Affiliated with the College of Medicine of SNU leads the development of medical service in South Korea

In 1946, a year after the Liberation, SNU was established. At the time, the Medical School of the former Gyeongseong Imperial University and the former Gyeongseong Medical College were combined to launch the SNU College of Medicine, and the Hospital Affiliated with the Medical School of the former Gyeongseong Imperial University became the Affiliated Hospital of the College of Medicine of SNU.

Amidst the political and ideological maelstrom immediately following the Liberation, the SNU College of Medicine and its affiliated hospital devoted their energy to research, education, examination, and treatment. During the Korean War (1950-53), they continued medical education by operating the Wartime United University in Busan and did their utmost to examine and treat local residents and refugees by operating relief hospitals on Jeju Island and in Busan. During 1954-61, they repaired the facilities through the Minnesota Project and introduced the latest medicine and medical education methodology through the faculty members' training in the United States. As a result, departments including the Department of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery, Department of Neurosurgery, Department of Anesthesiology, and Department of Clinical Pathology came to secure the bases for development, and the internship/residency system was established. The hospital succeeded in the first open-heart surgery using a cardiopulmonary bypass (CPB) nationwide in 1963 and succeeded in the first separation of the hepatitis B virus antigen worldwide and developed and commercialized a vaccine during the 1970's.

In the end, despite and amidst adverse social conditions including national division into North and South Koreas, war, and economic hardships, the Hospital Affiliated with the College of Medicine of SNU led medicine and medical service in South Korea, thus contributing to the national life and social development through the healing art. In particular, it fulfilled its mission as the national central hospital by faithfully playing the role of the central base of the introduction and dissemination of advanced medicine and fostering numerous medical scientists through systematic training, thus allowing them to become the medical staff at medical schools across the country.

1946
  • Aug. 22 Under the orders to establish National Seoul University College of Medicine, Gyeongseong Imperial University of College of Medicine and Gyeongseong Medical College were combined to become National Seoul University College of Medicine.
    Affiliated Hospital Gyeongseong Imperial University of College of Medicine (Yeongeon-dong) was reorganized as the First Hospital and The Affiliated Hospital Gyeongseong Medical College (Sokyuk-dong) as the Second Hospital.
  • Dec. 31 Following the declaration of Korean Education Law, National Seoul University was renamed Seoul National University.
1951
  • Feb. 23 A relief hospital was opened in Hallim, Jeju Island.
  • Jul Closed Hallim relief hospital and joined with the Busan team to establish a refugee hospital in Shinchang-dong.
1952
  • Jan. 20 Professor Byung-Ho Jin was appointed President of the Hospital.
1953
  • Aug The hospital returned due to a truce.
1954
  • Mar. 30 American Army handed over the hospital and it opened officially.
  • Sep. 28 An agreement contract was signed with Minnesota to receive technological support.
1963
  • Jan. 04 The management of the Second Hospital in Sokyuk-dong was transferred to the Ministry of Defense.
1966
  • Nov Started the design of a new building. (Whiting came to Korea.)
1967
  • Dec Started the basic construction of the new hospital.
1968
  • Mar. 26 The groundbreaking ceremony of the construction of a new hospital.
1973
  • Jan. 25 A fire burned down the outpatient clinic.
1977
  • Dec. 31 Enacted the Establishment Law of Seoul National University Hospital.

1910 ~ 1945

1910 ~ 1945
1910 ~ 1945
The Japanese Occupation of Korea and the Hospital Affiliated with the Medical School of Gyeongseong imperial University and the Hospital Affiliated with Gyeongseong Medical College

Executed in 1910, the annexation of Korea by Japan spelled immense disaster for the entire nation in all fields including politics, economy, society, and culture. Nor could the field of medical service be an exception. Due to Japanese occupation, the movement to establish the basis of modern medicine with our own hands came to be frustrated. Immediately after the annexation of Korea by Japan, Daehan Hospital was reorganized into Jung'ang Hospital, then into the Government-General of Korea (GGK) Hospital. The Medical School Affiliated with Daehan Hospital likewise was reorganized as the Medical Training School Affiliated with the GGK Hospital. All fields constituting hospitals and medical education including operation, organization, and human power were changed into a system focused on the Japanese. Except for a minority of ethnic Koreans, major staff members of hospitals and schools including hospital directors, physicians, professors, druggists, assistants, administrative officers, and interpreters therefore came to be replaced by the Japanese.

With the proclamation of the Ordinance on Professional Schools in 1916, the Medical Training School Affiliated with the GGK Hospital was promoted as the Gyeongseong Medical College. The director of the GGK Hospital served also as the dean and the medical officers and physicians from the same institution served also as professors, and the GGK Hospital came to function as the internship hospital for Gyeongseong Medical College. Following the launching of the Medical School of Gyeongseong Imperial University in 1926, the GGK Hospital was reorganized into the Hospital Affiliated with the Medical School of Gyeongseong Imperial University in 1928, and Gyeongseong Medical College established its own affiliated hospital separately in Sogyeok-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul. Although the number of ethnic Korean physicians and medical scientists increased somewhat, all duties continued to be performed under Japanese supervision so that it was nearly impossible for ethnic Koreans to become physicians at the affiliated hospitals or professors at the schools. Notwithstanding such adverse environments and conditions, the ethnic Korean medical school students and physicians at the Medical School of Gyeongseong Imperial University, Gyeongseong Medical College, and the two affiliated hospitals diligently studied advanced medicine and grew into capable medical specialists and went on to lead South Korean medicine following the Liberation (1945).

1910
  • Sep. 02 Changed the name from Daehan Hospital to Joongang Hospital.
  • Sep. 29 Changed the name from Joongang Hospital to The Hospital of Japanese Government General of Korea.
1916
  • Apr Gyeongseong Medical College, the Medical School of Daehan Hospital was elevated to Kyungsung College of Medicine.
1920
  • Oct Internal Medicine was divided into sections 1 and 2.
1921
  • Started construction of an outpatient clinic.
1924
  • Completed construction of an outpatient clinic.
  • May Established Gyeongseong Imperial University of College of Medicine and a preparatory course.
1928
  • Jun. 21 The Hospital of Japanese Government General of Korea was launched as Affiliated Hospital Gyeongseong Imperial University of College of Medicine.
    Opening ceremony of the hospital of Gyeongseong Imperial University of College of Medicine was held.
  • Nov. 29 Opening ceremony of The Affiliated Hospital Gyeongseong Medical College.
1930
  • Mar. 01 The first graduation ceremony of Gyeongseong Imperial University of College of Medicine was held.
1945
  • Oct. 17 Changed the name Gyeongseong Imperial University of College of Medicine to Gyeongseong University.

1885 ~ 1910

1885 ~ 1910
1885 ~ 1910
1885 ~ 1910
1885 ~ 1910
1885 ~ 1910
The Joseon Government’s Pursuit of Modernization and Jejung Hospital and Daehan Hospital

Following the opening of the country's doors to the world in 1876, King (later Emperor) Gojong (1852-1919; r. 1863-1907) and the government of the Joseon Dynasty (1392-1910) established and set out to implement a modernization project on a national scale. Here, they focused also on the modernization of medicine. Consequently, through an inspection party dispatched to Japan in 1881, they explored Western medicine and, through the Hanseong Sunbo, the government bulletin, in 1884, informed the people of the need for Western medical education. When Robert S. Maclay, an American Methodist missionary, entered Korea and suggested the foundation of a Western-style hospital, he was granted royal permission. Then, in 1884, Gapsin Coup was executed. In the course of events, Horace N. Allen, an American physician-missionary, saved the life of Yeong-ik Min, a high-ranking government official who had been stabbed by an assassin. The even served as a catalyst to the opening of a Western-style national hospital.

Finally, in April 1885, King Gojong and the Joseon government established Jejung Hospital ("House of Universal Helpfulness") under the Board for General Control of Diplomatic and Commercial Matters (equivalent of the present-day Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MOFAT)). They provided the land, buildings, facilities, administrative workers, and operating expenses and employed American physicians to examine and treat patients. Of course, the overall management and supervision of Jejung Hospital were the province of government officials. Consequently, missionaries at the time likewise alluded to Jejung Hospital in diverse reports as the "government hospital." In the end, Jejung Hospital became the first Western-style national hospital to be established and operated by the Joseon government in Korea.

King Gojong and the Joseon government assigned two special missions to Jejung Hospital, which was the national hospital. The first consisted of teaching Western medicine to intelligent young men so that they would become competent medical specialists. The second consisted of treating impoverished patients free of charge. Already at the time of Jejung Hospital, the advancement of medicine and public medical service were established as the social responsibility of the national hospital.

Even after the establishment of the Empire of Korea in 1897, the Korean government continued to maintain the basic goals of the nation's public health and medical service policy as the advancement of medicine and the provision of public medical service. In 1899, it founded Gyeongseong Medical School (predecessor of the present-day SNU College of Medicine), a public institution, to foster physicians, and opened Gwangje Hospital ("House of Extended Helpfulness") as the new national hospital, devoting its energy to the examination and treatment of indigent patients and the spread of inoculation.

In 1907, the Empire of Korea established Daehan Hospital by combining Gyeongseong Medical School, its affiliated hospital, Gwangje Hospital, and the Korean Red Cross Hospital, which was under the royal household. A comprehensive medical institution providing education, research, examination, and treatment, Daehan Hospital also played the role of a public medical institution. Furthermore, it even had the authority to oversee the country's medical service and public health projects. With the annexation of the Empire of Korea by Japan in 1910, the project to modernize medicine in Korea was frustrated for the time being. Nevertheless, the experience of modernizing medicine that continued from Jejung Hospital to Daehan Hospital had a considerable effect on the history of medical service in Korea.

1885
  • Apr. 14 Established Gwanghyewon, a public hospital. (The first modern public hospital of Western medicine in Korea, originally located where the Constitutional Court stands today.)
1894
  • Sep. 26 Transferred the management rights of Jejungwon to the missionary of the American Presbyterian Church.
1899
  • Mar. 24 Announced the opening of a Medical School. (The first education institution, a college of modern medicine which is the predecessor of Seoul National University College of Medicine, originally located at Hong-Jip Kim's mansion in today's Kwanhoon-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul.)
  • Apr. 26 Established The Hospital. (Originally located at Sakanwon across from Youngchu Gate of Kyungbok Palace today.)
1900
  • Jun. 30 Changed the name of The Hospital to Bosiwon.
  • Jul. 07 Bosiwon renamed Gwangjewon. (Moved the location to Jae-dong.)
1902
  • Jun. 11 The Medical School opened an Affiliated Hospital of The Medical School. (Located at Hoon-dong.)
1903
  • Jan. 09 The first graduates (19 students) of the Medical School received their diplomas.
1905
  • Apr. 10 An agreement for the return of Jejungwon. The government redeemed Jejungwon.
1906
  • Aug The groundbreaking ceremony of Daehan Hospital took place.
1907
  • Mar. 10 The Affiliated Hospital of The Medical School, Gwangjewon and Daehan Red Cross Hospital were combined and Daehan Hospital was newly established. Departments of Education, Medical Examination and Hygiene were created.
  • Mar. 15 Announced the opening of Daehan Hospital.
1908
  • Mar. 15 Announced the opening of Daehan Hospital.
  • Oct. 25 Opening Ceremony of Daehan Hospital.
    [Royal Letter on the Opening of Daehan Hospital]
1909
  • Feb. 01 Changed the name of Daehan Hospital's Department of Medical Education to the Training School of Medicine.

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