Wooridul Hospital Seoul
Wooridul Hospital Seoul
The Wooridul Hospital Seoul is a modern high-tech medical facility with a long tradition and the highest standards of medical care. The hospital is part of a network of medical facilities, the first of which was founded in Busan in 1982. The medical institution specializes in advanced diagnostics and effective treatment of the widest range of the spinal and joints diseases. Thanks to the outstanding results in this field, the hospital holds a leading position in the global medical market.
In 2008, the hospital was awarded the title of the "Best Hospital in the World" by the Medical Tourism Association, and in 2010 it received JCI Accreditation (Joint International Commission on the Accreditation of Medical Institutions).
The hospital is fitted out with state-of-the-art equipment, for example, CT, MRI, navigation computer systems, CyberKnife systems and many other medical facilities. The preference is always given to minimally invasive treatment, which helps to maintain healthy tissues, minimize complications, which may occur after treatment, and speeds up the process of postoperative recovery.
An important component of successful clinical practice is also the coordinated work of an interdisciplinary medical team, which consists of highly skilled neurosurgeons, orthopedic surgeons, therapists specializing in the treatment of internal diseases, rehabilitation specialists, general surgeons, etc. All the employees of the hospital are guided by the principle "The patient is always a priority", therefore the hospital has all the necessary conditions in order to provide the patient with the optimal medical care, taking into account his individual needs and wishes.
The patients of the Wooridul Hospital Seoul live in the comfortable rooms, designed in bright colors. All rooms are equipped with an ensuite bathroom with a shower and a toilet, comfortable functional beds, a sofa, a refrigerator, a TV, air conditioning, etc. If desired, the accommodation in the enhanced-comfort rooms is available.
Meals and Menus
The patients at the hospital are offered a rich and tasty menu with European and Korean dishes. The patients from Arab countries are offered a halal menu. When cooking, both individual preferences and dietary restrictions are taken into account.
Standard rooms include:
You may stay at the hotel during the outpatient program. Our employees will support you for selecting the best option.
About the city
Seoul is the capital and the largest city of South Korea, located on the banks of the Han River. The city is considered a huge multi-million megapolis, as well as the economic, cultural and political center of South Korea. The city is proud of its long and rich history, dating back as early as 18 BC.
The main offices of many reputable international companies, such as Samsung, LG, Hyundai and Kia, are located in Seoul. The city also offers a huge number of historical monuments and attractions, for example, Gyeongbokgung Palace, which is in the UNESCO World Heritage List, Seoul Tower, which is a symbol of the city, Hwaseong Fortress and many others. Another highlight of Seoul is the 63 Skyscraper, the tallest building in the city. On its floors one can find aquarium, wax museum, cinema, panoramic restaurant Walking On The Cloud and an observation deck, which regularly hosts interesting exhibitions. In addition, the city offers excellent shopping opportunities, as well as a lively and rich nightlife.
There are also many beautiful parks in Seoul. One of the most popular is Boramae (Falcon Park), which covers an area of 360,000 sq.m. It has excellent conditions for walking and sports, there is a small zoo. The Olympic Park is also well-known and occupies an area of 1.5 million square meters. Here one can see the ancient earthworks, 6 stadiums, admire the lake, see the original sculptures of the famous masters and the functional mill.
Seoul gives its guests a sea of indelible impressions, amazes with its size, the very latest technological advances, whimsical architecture and urban landscapes, combining gigantic skyscrapers and ancient pagodas, multilevel traffic intersections and parks with soothing blooming greenery.