Zhejiang Medical University () was a former university in Hangzhou
, Zhejiang Province
. In 1998, was merged into Zhejiang University
to become its Medical School
In 1952–53, due to the Adjustment for University Colleges and Departments (中国高校院系调整
), Zhejiang University
was dissociated, and its medical school was merged with Zhejiang Provincial College of Medicine
to form Zhejiang Medical College ().
In 1960, Zhejiang Medical College was promoted to Zhejiang Medical University.
In 1998, Zhejiang Medical University was merged into Zhejiang University to become the School of Medicine, Zhejiang University
The university originally located aside the famous West Lake
in Hangzhou. Its campus was the Hubin Campus
, which later became a main medical campus of Zhejiang University. Due to the new civic plan for Hangzhou downtown, the campus was sold to the Hong Kong-based Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts
, 郭鶴年/郭鹤年) at a price of 2.46 billion Chinese Yuan.
The main teaching building of the university was the highest skyscraper
around the West Lake, and was one of the tallest in Hangzhou City. The teaching buildings were torn down by explosions. The land of the campus is planned to build a luxurious hotel
and currently under dense constructions.
The university and its teaching hospital originally had a total faculty of more than 9000, including one academician of Chinese Academy of Sciences
(CAS) and three from Chinese Academy of Engineering
The whole university faculty and students were merged into the Zhejiang University in 1998, and became the School of Medicine of Zhejiang University. The reunification was finished in 1999.
List of Presidents:
* Zhejiang University
* Zhejiang Provincial College of Medicine
* Hubin Campus, Zhejiang University
Category:Defunct universities and colleges in China
Category:Education in Hangzhou
Category:Educational institutions established in 1952
Category:1952 establishments in China