International Collaborations

The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia has developed a global network of collaborations with organizations that share CHOP’s mission to advance excellence in pediatric medical education, clinical service delivery and research.

We seek to explore new and innovative approaches with pediatric leaders to build a healthier future for children around the world. To explore opportunities to collaborate with CHOP, contact us online.

Here are some of the organizations the Hospital works with around the world. 

  • American Austrian Foundation, Inc., Salzburg, Austria (1998)
  • Beijing Guotongxintai Investment Management Co., Beijing, China (2012)
  • BGI, Beijing, China (2011)
  • Clinica Alemana, Santiago, Chile (2001)
  • Guangzhou Women and Children’s Hospital, Guangzhou, China (2012)
  • Hong Kong Hospital Authority (2010)
  • Hospital Infantil Dr. Robert Reid Cabral, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic (2009)
  • King Fahad Specialist Hospital, Dammam, Saudi Arabia (2012)
  • Meyer Children’s Hospital, Florence, Italy (2011)
  • National Guard Health Affairs, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia (2012)
  • Severance Children’s Hospital, Seoul, Korea (2007)
  • Sparrow Village Ministry, Johannesburg, South Africa (2009)
  • University of Botswana, School of Medicine, Gabarone, Botswana (2009)
  • University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (2012)

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The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and Beijing Aiyuhua Hospital for Women and Children

The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia has embarked on an important collaboration with the Beijing Aiyuhua Hospital for Women and Children, a 300-bed facility that will offer regional pediatric healthcare for patients throughout the Beijing region.

Experts from CHOP will advise on the design and development of the facility and its infrastructure, and provide staff education and training in the areas of patient safety, quality and family-centered care.

This is an important opportunity to extend the CHOP mission to China, contribute to the training of new generations of pediatric providers, and enhance our research enterprise through new areas of cooperation. Watch Steven M. Altschuler, MD, CEO of The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, speak at the signing ceremony in Beijing.