Physician Training

Physician Training at FAHZU

FAHZU started resident and specialist physician training programs in 1986 and 2007 respectively, with 12 national specialist training bases and 14 sub-specialist training bases. In 2011, the General Surgery and Urology were accredited as Higher Surgical Training Centres by the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh(RCSEd)and the College of Surgeons of Hong Kong(CSHK). It became one of the National Pilot Bases for Standardized Training of Specialists in 2017. Now FAHZU has 23 national residency training bases and 8 national specialist training bases with 996 resident physicians and 51 specialist physicians under training.

23 National residency training bases

Internal Medicine







Rehabilitation Medicine

Obstetrics and Gynecology

General Practice


Laboratory Medicine

Emergency Medicine

Clinical Pathology






Nuclear Medicine


Radiation Oncology

Critical Care Medicine

8 National Pilot Bases for Standardized Training of Specialists

Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine

General Surgery

Intern Critical Care Medicine


Surgical Critical Care Medicine

Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

2 Specialist physician training bases accredited as Higher Surgical Training Centres by RCSEd and CSHK

General Surgery


We welcome doctors from all over the world to participate in our training programs, where we can jointly probe into clinical medicine and scientific research with the same target to explore state-of-the-art health care for our patients.

  • Here you will receive:

    1. Training schedule

    2. Professional mentor who is proficient in English

    3. Opportunities to participate in seminars of relevant disciplines

    4. Support related to invitation letter and visa processing

    5. Certificate of completion

  • And we expect you to:

    1. have completed or been ongoing resident or specialist training

    2. have obtained the doctor's license in your country

    3. have clear learning goals

    4. have basic understanding of China and Chinese culture

    5. speak fluent English or Chinese

If you are interested in participating in the international physician training program at FAHZU, please send the following materials six months in advance to FAHZU International Affairs Department.


1. FAHZU Clinical Observer Application Form;

2. Resume in English;

3. Personal statement (including your learning plan and object);

4. Work certification materials and recommendation letters issued by your medical institution;

5. A copy of the medical license of the country/region (doctors only);

6. Copy of the highest degree certificate;

7. Health certificate in recent three months and negative report of COVID-19 test in 7 days;

8. Copy of passport personal information page;

9. ID photo;

10. Insurance certificate covering your stay in Hangzhou.

Download:Clinical Observer Application Form Download:PHYSICAL EXAMINATION FORM