Beijing Sino-Japan Friendship Hospital was built jointly by the Chinese and Japanese governments in 1981, the Hospital has achieved renown in the research fields of coronary artery disease, artificial pacemaker implants, kidney transplants, laser eye surgery, micro-microsurgery, and lung and esophagus cancer.
Beijing Sino-Japan Friendship Hospital consists of four parts: a general hospital with 1,000 beds, a recovery ward with 300 beds, a clinical academic institute for 200 researchers, and a nurse school for 300 students. The total floor space of the hospital is nearly 83,000 square metres. The projects produced by Chinese designers and engineers. The project has utilized a variety of local and Japanese materials.
Its architectural design is compatible with Chinese tradition. The general layout is compact, with the main building linked by a central gallery. Ample space has been provided for landscaping and parking facilities.