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苏州市第五人民医院始建于1959年,是一所集医疗、教学、科研为一体的三级传染病专科医院;是苏州大学与扬州大学教学医院,徐州医学院传染病专业硕士点。2011年4月成为苏州大学附属传染病医院,20128月增挂“苏州市职业病医院”副牌,2001年至2015年蝉联江苏省文明单位,2000年至2014年蝉联苏州市文明单位, 2014年被评为苏州市2012-2013年度学习型党组织建设工作先进单位,2014年荣获苏州市五一劳动奖状。

医院共设编制床位455张,实际开放床位410张;现有编制547,编制内职工510人,其中正高22人、副高63人、中级157人、初级213、未定级40人、工人技术15人,辅助用工19人。年门急诊量25万余人次,住院病人8000余人次。设有11个临床科室,3个医技科室。医院肝病科为江苏省临床重点专科,职业病科为江苏省临床重点专科建设单位。医院现有苏州市临床医学中心1个,苏州市重点学科2个,苏州市临床重点专科6个,苏州市重点实验室2个,苏州市传染类、中毒类2个紧急医学救援基地,是全国肝胆病防治项目——慢乙肝肾脏关爱中心。

医院拥有江苏省“333高层次人才培养工程”第三层次培养对象2名,苏州市姑苏卫生重点人才2名,1人被评为江苏省“百名医德之星”。现有高级职称以上专家70余名,传染病专业博士生导师1名、硕士生导师4名,兼职教授、副教授、讲师20余人,有24人在国家级、省级学会、协会中任职,其中中华医学会结核病学分会委员1人,省医学会结核病学分会候任主任委员1人。

           2017年12月23日,医院搬迁至苏州市相城区康元路,新医院总投入4.7亿元,占地90亩,总建筑面积7.5万平方米,床位规模600张(紧急状态下具有扩展到700张的能力)。新院投入使用后即将转型成为苏州地区集传染病、职业病的防治、教学、科研于一体的现代化医学诊疗基地

 Introduction      

        The Fifth People’s Hospital of Suzhou was founded in 1959. And now it is a tertiary hospital specialized on infectious diseases and a complex of clinical treatment, medical teaching and scientific research. It is also the Affiliated Infectious Diseases Hospital of Soochow University, and the name of Occupational Diseases Hospital of Suzhou was added in 2012. The hospital is also the teaching hospital of Soochow University and Nanjing Medical University, where the students for master"s degree of infectious diseases in Xuzhou Medical University, and for the master"s or doctorate"s degree of infectious diseases in Soochow University are trained. At the same time, it is also the municipal emergency medical rescue base for infectious diseases and poisoning events. The hospital is located in No.1, Xier Road, Gusu District, Suzhou. The constructional area of the hospital is 24,000 square meters, and more than 30% of gross area is covered with green plants. There are 455 sickbeds and more than 530 employees in the hospital. Each year, more than 250, 000 outpatients and 8, 000 inpatients are treated here, mainly the ones with liver diseases, tuberculosis, HIV/AIDS, skin disease, sexually transmitted diseases and occupational diseases.