Sub Dept. of the East & West Integrated Medicine
We deal with both traditional oriental and conventional western medicine . Our department aim is to provide the best medical service through the connection of traditional oriental and western medicine. We also take control in ICU(intensive care unit), semi-ICU and emergency room.

   1)prevent disease and ensure health and longevity
   2)Integration traditional and wester medicine
   3)Treat ICU, semi-ICU, Emergency room

1. Diagnosis
Through cooperative diagnosis medical system between western medicine and traditional oriental medicine, the patients will get the merits and reduce disadvantages. Also, We have innovative medical system that maximizes the patient satisfaction and reduces the economic burden and time consumption by minimizing the inconveniences of duplicated diagnoses and spatial movement that the patients may experience as they use Western medicine and traditional oriental medicine hospitals separately.

2. Treatment
We conduct on research on chronic disease and geriatric diseases and are ingaged in the prevention of disease, the maintenance of good health prevent disease, and improveing life of quality with variety treatment

   1) Exercise
   2) Nutrition
   3) Sexuality
   4) Mind control
   5) conventional and alternative medicine

3. ICU care
When the patient in the KOREAN MEDICINE hospital has a serious complication or need to intensive care or become emergency, the patient transfer to ICU and receive traditional oriental and western medical service at once. The patient receive medical treatment like tracheal intubation, artificial respiration, 24 hour monitoring, central venous nutrition, rachicentesis, acupunture, moxa, herb medicine.

Since the department of Ophthalmology was established in 1971, we have made great improvements over the past 37 years. Currently, we have 6 faculty members, professor Dr. Kwak Hyung-Woo (vitreoretinal disease) and Dr. Jin Kyung-Hyun (cataract, external eye), assistant professor Dr. Park In-Ki (oculplastic surgery) and Dr. Yu Seung-Young (vitreoretinal disease), clinical lecturer Dr. Kim Eung-Suk (vitreoretinal disease) and Dr. Kim Young Gyun (vitreoretinal disease) including 8 residents, 3 nurses, and 4 clinical technicians. We manage not only an outpatient clinic but also various clinics such as vitreoretinal disease clinic, vitreoretinal laser clinic, pediatric strabismus & amblyopia clinic, cataract clinic, external eye clinic, glaucoma clinic, refractive surgery clinic, oculplastic surgery clinic, eye bank, contact lens clinic, low vision clinic, etc. On average, we treat 1,200 inpatients, 35,000 outpatients, and perform 2,200 operations per year.

Our department has produced 75 medical specialists, 25 PhDs, and 55 MDs, and also focused on research activities. As a result, we published about 500 research papers in domestic and international journals so far, and gave many conference presentations on them.

In addition to patient treatments and research, we offer high-level education programs to the students in the School of Medicine.