BOE’s OASIS International Hospital becomes exclusive medical service provider for China Open

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BOE’s OASIS International Hospital becomes exclusive medical service provider for China Open
Publish time:2015-09-24


The China Open medical service provider contract-signing ceremony was held at OASIS International Hospital on September 24, designating the hospital as the exclusive medical service provider for China Open in the next three years.

OASIS International Hospital has a highly competent and professional medical team and is an international high-end general hospital. “China Open is a name card of Beijing. Sport represents a healthy and positive aspect in the life of modern people, and good medical service is a strong support for sporting events. I am very glad that the hospital can provide medical services for China Open”, said Chen Pei, Director of OASIS International Hospital.

Zhang Junhui, Director and President of China Open Promotions Limited, acknowledged the contribution OASIS International Hospital has made to the tennis sport, praising its brand concept and expressing hope to achieve win-win outcomes. Chen Pei noted that this partnership was just the beginning and the hospital was expecting to provide medical services for more sporting events in the future. 

As the most famous tennis event in Asia, China Open attracts the world’s best male and female athletes each year. Tennis superstars such as Novak Djokovic, Serena Williams, Rafael Nadal and Maria Sharapova will all appear at China Open this year. During the games period, OASIS International Hospital will provide professional and thoughtful medical services for tennis players from all over the world and relevant personnel to ensure the smooth operation of the games. 

In addition, medical professionals will offer free athletic injury examination and consulting services to spectators at the China Open venue from October 3 to 11. The spectators can get their diagnostic report on athletic injuries within just five minutes.