Visit the most beautiful hospital in China deep in the mountains

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A modern hospital built deep in the mountains, known as “the most beautiful hospital in China”.

When I first arrived at Lishui Central Hospital in Zhejiang Province, it was hard not to be attracted by the colors of the facades of the buildings, yellow, gold, red… bold but modern aesthetics , The eaves of some buildings are also decorated with white canvas, which can not only block the scorching heat in the hot south, but also add a romantic and relaxing atmosphere.

Hospital gate

Administration Building

Internal Medicine Building


There are corridors between the buildings, forming a ring. In the most central position of the hospital, a huge rockery surface stands up, which not only consolidates the sediment required for the garden, but also isolates the space, and the heights are scattered. Although the construction department is still busy, this park green space, which will be used for the leisure of patients and their families in the future, must have a bit of elegance and interest in Jiangnan gardens.

In addition to the oldest outpatient and emergency building, almost all of these beautiful hospital buildings were designed by President Wei Tiemin. The dean, who is quite accomplished in architecture, poured his talents into the design of the hospital, even if it is a table, a chair, a bed and a bed, it all reflects the humanistic feelings, ingenuity, and “face life”. , we do our best with our hearts and minds” echoes the academy motto.

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Next, we will approach Lishui Central Hospital and experience the “most beautiful hospital in China” from the details.

Entering from the outpatient and emergency building, the first thing you see is the curved door. Because it is located at a crossroad, the entrance of the courtyard is a double-flow lane. In order to save the rescue time of emergency patients as much as possible, no matter which direction the ambulance enters, it can stop at the door of the emergency center as quickly as possible.

A radiotherapy department of the hospital is designed in the first half of the mountainside air-raid shelter. Because the mountain itself has the function of isolating radiation, the hospital saved a lot of money in the design. After entering the treatment area, the aisle is slightly inclined downwards, so even without air conditioning, it can be warm in winter and cool in summer.

The bathrooms of Lishui Central Hospital have abandoned the design of doors and replaced them with labyrinths, which also have the effect of protecting privacy. The bright color contrast and simple pattern design make the toilet clear at a glance. At the same time, the hospital switched to using a fan to extract air, which greatly improved the environmental hygiene and prevented the smell of peculiar smells.

In terms of soft furnishings, the hospital is uniquely designed. After entering the emergency building, go inside. There is a corner at the deepest corner of the wall. Lv Lihua, deputy director of the General Office of the Party and Government, explained that it is to prevent the ambulance personnel from pushing the bed into the corner of the wall in a critical situation. Damage is minimized.

On the wall in the hallway, there is a wall of colorful acrylic that adds color and playfulness to the hospital.

At the stairs next to the emergency triage table, a white chandelier hangs down from the yellow ceiling, and the wooden handrail is in the shape of a zigzag, surrounding it, as if people are in a certain period of the Republic of China. Luxury living room. In particular, the color contrast of dark and light steps makes it easier for patients who go up and down the stairs to see.

In the patient waiting area, custom-made turquoise grass tiles clearly delineate the boundaries, both aesthetic and functional.

In the children’s infusion area, the sofa is designed to be more spacious than the adult infusion area, so that parents will not feel crowded when holding the child for infusion; at the same time, it is also reserved on the lower left hand side. The socket and USB interface have been added to “continue the life” of modern mobile phones.

In the newly completed internal medicine building, the “medical think tank” saw the elevator hall, which was even more eye-catching. Warm-toned walls are paired with cool-toned signage to make floors and other information stand out.

The base of the nurse’s station has a slope that slopes inward, and the height of the table is also raised correspondingly at the place where the patient’s family members inquire, so that it is convenient for them to stand upright and approach the inquiry.

In the corridors of the inpatient department, there are random sections of extra wide space, which is convenient for medical staff to temporarily place various treatment vehicles, transfer beds or other medical equipment without occupying the corridor space. There is also a socket on the side of the wall, which is convenient for charging at any time.

There are 2 beds in the ward, with strong light and weak light from top to bottom, which are used for lighting and medical care.Night patrol. Dean Wei Tiemin also defied the public opinion and used a cartoon bed curtain, hoping to bring some childishness to the nervous and restless mood of the patient when he was hospitalized.

On the bedside of the hospital bed, the hospital has put stickers with descriptions of pain levels as a reference, which is convenient for patients to tell the doctor about their condition.

The hospital has also fully considered and specially designed the rest and office areas for doctors.

The four high and low bunk beds are all made of custom high-grade rubber mattresses, so that the doctor on duty can rest as well as possible. There is a switch light on the wall of each bed, so that even if someone in the same room is resting, the impact on it can be minimized, and at the same time, the latter will not have to get up and turn off the light after falling asleep.

The cafeteria where the hospital staff dine and the library where they study are also very distinctive.

One ​​more photo of the hallway of the hospital administration office. Such spacious and bright skylights are very rare in domestic hospitals. The white curtains can well block the hot sun, while maintaining sufficient indoor lighting. The three sets of red and green foreskin tables and chairs not only allow visitors to rest, but also provide enough light The distance can also prevent each other from being disturbed.

The hospital’s exterior and interior all reflect a high level of aesthetics and life interest, and at the same time, it also takes into account the actual needs of the use scene, and is highly practical and functional.

Deputy director of the Party and Government Office, Lv Lihua told the “Medical Think Tank” that many building materials and soft furnishings in the hospital are shopped around, and they are repeatedly selected to pursue the most cost-effective and at the same time suitability. Integrating with the surrounding environment, Dean Wei Tiemin participated in many decisions.

What makes Dean Wei Tiemin quite proud is that the design of the hospital is very aesthetic, but the overall cost of new buildings is well controlled. For example, the teaching building is only 2,200 yuan/square meter, and the administrative building is low. To 1700 yuan / square meter. The cost of building the hospital is also basically self-sufficient, which is very rare.

Text: Medical Think Tank

Photo: Lishui Central Hospital

Source: Medical Think Tank

Editor in charge: Jun Ling

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