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Samsung Medical Center

Seoul, South Korea






Annual Surgeries




Medical staff

Languages Spoken

  • English

  • 中文 – 简体

  • Русский

  • 한국어

Top Specialties

  • ADHD

  • Premium Program for Men

  • Atopy

  • Hybrid Atrial Fibrillation Ablation

  • Childhood Cancer

  • CABG

  • Amblyopia

  • Tooth Extraction

  • Tonsillectomy

  • Executive Program for Women

  • Brain tumor

  • Breast Cancer

  • Urological cancer

  • Pediatric Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery

  • Hand, Foot, and Mouth Disease

  • Liver cancer

  • Pneumonia

  • Congenital Heart Diseases

  • Somatization disorder

  • Premium Program for Woman

  • Measles

  • Chronic heart failure

  • Joint Diseases

  • Acute myocardial infarction

  • Breast cyst

  • Executive Program for Men

  • Chickenpox

  • Proton therapy

  • Bone Fracture Treatment

  • Anxiety disorders

  • Hepatitis

  • Ureteral Reimplantation Surgery

  • Colon Cancer

  • Aortic valve disease

  • Executive on Cancer Program for Men

  • Arrhythmia surgery

  • Executive on Cancer Program for Women

  • Autism

  • Corneal Transplant

Contact Information

81 Irwon-ro Gangnam-gu Seoul South Korea


In Seoul, South Korea, Samsung Medical Center is a renowned hospital or medical facility. In 1994, Samsung Medical Center was established. With the help of cutting-edge concepts like patient-centeredness and consumer happiness, this medical center has altered the domestic medical industry's paradigm. More than 1400 licensed physicians, 2800 members of the medical team, and specialized surgeons have been providing patient care for about 35 years. At the Samsung Medical Center, successful procedures total roughly 45,800 each year. Modern medical devices and equipment are available at this hospital. The hospital has a total of 1979 beds, and each room has air conditioning throughout. By providing patient-centered medical services, Samsung Medical Center aims to become the safest and most reputable medical facility. Chose Samsung Medical Center because... The Samsung Medical Center has received a lot of love and support over the last 20 years and has won the following awards. • 14 times, claimed the top rank in the National Customer Satisfaction Index (NCSI); • 16 times achieving first place in the Korean Consumer Satisfaction Index (KCSI). • winning the top spot 12 times in a row in the Korean Standard - Service Quality Index (KS-SQI); • Twelve times in a row, Brand Star has named the Samsung Medical Center as the best hospital-related medical facility. • The hospital announced its plans for "Vision 2020, Happiness via Healthcare Innovation" in 2012 and is making progress toward being a top hospital in the world by putting "Happinovation 2020" into practice. Why is Samsung Medical Center the best? The Samsung Medical Center aims to advance medical innovation in the future in order to increase patient pleasure. It also plans to establish partnerships with hospitals, R&D centers, schools, and businesses in order to become a global hub for bio-health care research and industrial connections. The Samsung Medical Center will simultaneously establish the reputation of a different future hospital as a public medical foundation that fosters social participation. The following therapies are available to patients at the Samsung Medical Center: • Angioplasty • Awake Craniotomy • Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery • Endoscopy minimally invasive surgery • Heart valve repair • Hormone therapy • Liver biopsy • Liver Transplantation • Maze operation(sternotomy) • Polypectomy • Proton therapy • Skull-base Surgery • Targeted therapy • Thoracoscopic RFCA • Trans arterial embolization • Transcranial Surgery • Targeted therapy drugs • Tonsillectomy • Systemic therapy • Proton therapy • Procedures using catheterization • Medications • Local ablation therapy • Laparoscopy invasive surgery • Liver resection • Heart Bypass Surgery • Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation • Endoscopic Brain Surgery • Aortic Valve Replacement • Chemotherapy • Ureteral reimplantation The Samsung Medical Center also has the following cutting-edge tools. • Proton Therapy Equipment • The Gamma Knife • The da Vinci Surgical System. Highest Levels of Medical Specialization at Samsung Medical Center The Samsung Medical Center's primary medical specializations are listed below; as a result, throughout time, the hospital has elevated to the status of one of Korea's premier treatment facilities. • Executive Program for Men • Urologic tumor • Ureteral reimplantation • Breast Cancer • Brain tumor • Tonsillectomy • Pediatric cancer 1. Executive Program for Men The Samsung Medical Center's executive program for males consists of specialized medical procedures. These medical procedures aid in the treatment of serious illnesses, particularly those that affect men. They are beneficial for the quick interval recovery as well. 2. Urologic Tumor Urologic tumors are the growth of abnormal cells that develop in the testicles, prostate, and penis of the male reproductive system as well as the organs of the urinary tract in both men and women. Urine is created and stored in the urinary tract. It consists of the kidneys, the ureter, the bladder, and the urethra, which are tubes that transfer urine from the kidneys to the bladder. At Samsung Medical Center, surgery is used to treat urologic malignancies, while there are other therapies for some cases. 3. Ureteral reimplantation Ureteral reimplantation is a procedure performed at Samsung Medical Center to repair the tubes that join the bladder and kidneys. To prevent urine from backing up into the kidneys, the ureteral reimplantation moves the tubes where they connect to the bladder. It takes many hours to accomplish this surgery. 95 to 98 percent of ureteral reimplantation surgeries are successful. This calls for a three-night hospital stay, a post-operative checkup, three months of prophylactic antibiotic use, and a follow-up renal and bladder ultrasound following surgery. 4. Breast Cancer According to the breast cancer stage, the cancer is either present in the breast, adjacent lymph nodes, or both. This breast cancer is in its early stages. Breast cancer staging is an extremely intricate process. Before experts at the Samsung Medical Center can determine the final stage, a variety of criteria are taken into account. For instance, they examine a sample of your cancer to check for HER2 status (human epidermal growth factor receptor 2), female hormone receptors (estrogen and progesterone), and the grade of your disease. 5. Brain tumor A mass of aberrant brain cells is referred to as a brain tumor. The brain is protected by the very strong skull. With such a constrained area as the skull, any mass increase can result in issues. Brain tumors can be either malignant or not. An ongoing, occasionally intolerable headache is a sign of brain tumors. The Samsung Medical Center offers brain tumor treatment using the most up-to-date surgical methods to remove the tumors from the brain. 6. Tonsillectomy The tonsils are surgically removed from the throat during a tonsillectomy. Two tiny glands called tonsils are found in the back of the human throat. White blood cells are housed in the tonsils to aid humans in fighting infection, but occasionally the tonsils themselves become seriously infected and need to be removed. Moreover, breathing issues including loud snoring and sleep apnea can be treated with the tonsillectomy process. One of the best therapies offered at the Samsung Medical Center is this one. 7. Pediatric cancer The term "pediatric cancers" refers to cancers that develop in people between the ages of birth and fifteen. This form of cancer is extremely uncommon and may behave differently from adult malignancies in terms of how they develop, spread, are handled, and respond to treatment. Leukemia, which starts in blood-forming tissue like bone marrow, lymphoma, which starts in immune system cells, neuroblastoma, which starts in specific nerve cells, retinoblastoma, which starts in tissues of the retina, Wilms tumor, a type of kidney cancer, and cancers of the brain, bone, and soft tissue are common types of pediatric cancer. Cancer in children is another name for pediatric cancer. the process of treating childhood malignancies