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Overseas medical services
- Bringing Korean love and expertise to the world, CNUH's overseas medical service program includes illness prevention and treatment programs for refugees in several African countries as well as tsuanmi victims in Indonesia. CNUH also operates a biannual medical intervention program for the poor in Bangladesh.
Domestic medical services
- CNUH offers free medical care for the general public in an effort to increase accessibility to healthcare services. With a focus on providing medical assistance in vulnerable areas, CNUH's 'open hospital' policy enhances public health in Korea through monthly disease prevention lectures.
Public benefit program
- The Hagmaeul Voluntary Service, which consists of medical personnel from CNUH and CNUHH, provides financial support for patients unable to pay for medical treatments. The Service accounts for over 100 thousand dollars in support on an annual basis.
Environment Preservation Campaign
- From January 2009 to October 2009, 1,404 CNUH employees voluntarily participated in 32 environmental campaigns near Moodeung Mountain and Gwangju River. In 2008, CNUH led 16 environmental campaigns to preserve the clean environment around Moodeung Mountain and Gwangju River. On March 7th, 2010, 400 CNUH employees gathered at Moodeung Mountain not only to clean but also to provide a simple medical check-up to citizens living nearby. On that day, the medical team served about 980 people, checking blood pressure, blood sugar, oxygen saturation in blood, and giving health tips. In so doing, CNUH has left a positive impression on the community. On June 5th, 2009, CNUH received official acknowledgment from the Minister of Environment for its active participation in preserving the environment.