"Catholic University of Korea St. Vincent's Hospital, Giving Trust and Hope"
St. Vincent's Hospital is a member of the Catholic Medical Center (CMC), the largest medical network in the country, currently comprising eight affiliated hospitals and the Catholic University of Korea College of Medicine and College of Nursing.
Since its establishment in 1967, St. Vincent's Hospital has been taking a leading role in the fields of minimally invasive surgery, TomoTherapy treatment and cerebrovascular treatment in Gyeonggi-do.
Care at St. Vincent's Hospital covers a full range of specialties with 31 departments and 20 specialized clinics. We have also specialty centers composed of a Minimal Invasive Surgery Center, TomoTherpay Center, Heart & Vascular Center, Obesity Surgery Center, Diabetes Center, Endoscopy Center, Health Promotion Center and Asia Sleep Epidemiology Center.
We have introduced TomoTherapy which is superior to any other traditional radiation therapy system for the fourth time in Korea. We are equipped with up-to-date medical equipment including PET-CT, MRI and MDCT to make a more accurate diagnosis.