Dr. Wang Shan is the President of Peking University People’s Hospital (97 years’ history, 2,000 beds). Dr. Wang has been dedicated to surgical practice, medical education, clinical and related basic research, and modern hospital management.
Dr. Wang was born in 1960, graduated from Beijing Medical College (now Peking University Health Science Center) in 1983. He received the diploma on Hospital Management from China Europe International Business School in 2003.
Dr. Wang joined the Department of Surgery at Peking University People’s Hospital in 1983 and was appointed as Vice President of the Hospital in 1998. He became the assistant to the Dean of Peking University Health Science Center in 2003. In 2006, he was appointed as the President of Peking University People’s Hospital.
Dr. Wang holds many important positions in medical, surgical, education, and administrative societies. He was elected president of the Chinese College of Surgeons, president of the Chinese Hospital Economics Committee, president of the Clinical Medicine Teaching Committee, Ministry of Education, vice-president of the Chinese Medical Doctors Association, Chinese Hospital Association and Chinese Health Economics Association. His active leadership in the fields of health, research and teaching has been recognized through numerous awards such as “Healthcare Reform and Innovation Star” in 2013, “Outstanding Contribution Award – The Top Award in Hospital Management” in 2012. Under the leadership of Dr. Wang, Peking University People’s Hospital has continuously excelled and maintained leadership in modern hospital management. In 2014, Peking University People’s Hospital was validated as the first hospital in China and the second hospital in Asia with Stage 7 Award by HIMSS Analytics.