TEDA International Cardiovascular Hospital

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TEDA International Cardiovascular Hospital
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TEDA International Cardiovascular Hospital
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Location61 Third Street, Tianjin, China
Coordinates 39°01′42″N117°42′51″E / 39.0284°N 117.7142°E / 39.0284; 117.7142 Coordinates: 39°01′42″N117°42′51″E / 39.0284°N 117.7142°E / 39.0284; 117.7142
Type Specialist
SpecialityCardiovascular medicine
Website en.tedaich.com
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TEDA International Cardiovascular Hospital (Chinese :泰达国际心血管病医院) is a specialist cardiovascular hospital in the Binhai New Area of Tianjin, China.

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