The hospital has 17 clinic departments and 5 medical technical departments.
Assisted reproductive technique: in April 1997, the first tube baby of western China was born at the Chongqing Health Center for Women and Children. By 2016, more than 22,000 tube babies had been born in the hospital. Over the past years, the pregnancy rate in test-tube infants has remained above 60 percent and the birth rate has remained above 50 percent.
In October 2001, the hospital passed the qualification test for human assisted reproductive technology of the former Ministry of Health and became the first human assisted reproductive center approved by that ministry. In 2006, it was reviewed by it again and approved as a reproductive centre for all supplementary reproductive programs. In 2007, the said ministry qualified it as a training center for human assisted reproductive technology, making it one of the 10 reproductive centers with this qualification in China.
Huang Guoning, the leader in human assisted reproductive technology, was named the chief medical expert in Chongqing in 2016. He has also served as the director of the Reproductive Medicine Branch of the Chinese Medical Association (CSRM), director of the Chongqing Reproductive Medicine Professional Committee, Associate Editor for Global Reproductive Health of the International Federation of Reproductive Medicine (IFFS) Journal, and Special Professor of the Chinese University of Hong Kong.
Test-tube infants program consulting number: 023-63741954
The Center for the Diagnosis and Treatment of Cervical Diseases integrates clinical treatment, scientific research and teaching. It has 5 professional doctors, 10 nurses and 6 assistant doctors and is equipped with professional medical facilities. Its professional teams have strong scientific research capabilities, lead research on 11 scientific projects at the national and bureau levels, and have won many awards for scientific and technological progress from Chongqing city and the Chongqing Municipal Health Planning Commission.
The obstetric outpatient department has undertaken a number of scientific research projects of the National Health and Family Planning Commission, the China Center for Disease Control and Prevention, and the Chongqing Municipal Health and Family Planning Commission. It has general obstetric outpatients, high-risk pregnancy outpatients, prenatal diagnosis outpatients and other groups with an average annual outpatient count of about 150,000 people. It also provides such other services as advice for pregnant women, electronic monitoring of fetal hearts, bone mineral density testing and body weight management.
The department of reproductive endocrinology has outpatients and wards. Many doctors of the department have studied further in Beijing Union Hospital and become professional endocrinologists in gynecology. It is mainly focused on infertility, polycystic ovary syndrome, climacteric syndrome, sexual development abnormalities and other specialized areas; it sets up outpatient file and conducts standardized diagnosis and treatment.
Neonatology department: The department has reached a leading level in Chongqing in the treatment of premature and low-weight infants. It has deep clinic experience in treating neonatal asphyxia resuscitation, hypoxic-ischemic brain injury, jaundice and infectious diseases, as well as in-hospital comprehensive treatment of premature infants.
Women's Health Care Department: The department provides health check-ups, pre-marital check-ups, pre-pregnancy check-ups, postnatal care, adolescent care, and climacteric care services for women. The male outpatient department provides male premarital check-ups, pre-pregnancy check-ups and male infertility, sexual dysfunction, prostate disease, genital infection, and other common male diseases. The nutrition outpatient department provides professional nutrition guidance before, during, and after pregnancy as well as assessment and treatment of nutritional status in people with abnormal body weight, infertility, menstruation disorders, polycystic ovary syndrome, diabetes mellitus, hypertension, and hyperlipidemia.
Children's health department: The department is a national demonstration base for early childhood development, providing monitoring of child development, nutritional feeding assessment and guidance, psychological behavioral development assessment and guidance, early childhood development training, early intervention in high-risk infants, and rehabilitation training, as well as comprehensive, systematic and professional health care programs such as the diagnosis and treatment of common nutritional and developmental diseases in children.
Public health work: The hospital adheres to group health work as the basis, orients to the grass-roots level and is prevention-oriented. It provides women and children with health education, preventive health care and other public health services. It is responsible for the business management, technical training, supervision and assessment of the work of maternal and child health care in 40 districts and counties of the city, oversees the health status and influential health factors of women and children in the districts under their jurisdiction, and assists the administrative departments of health programs and students in formulating policies for the work of maternal and child health care, technical specifications and regulations. It is responsible for the collection, statistics, analysis, quality control and summary of maternal and child mortality, under 5 years old child mortality, birth defect monitoring, annual reports on maternal and child health and information on maternal and child health services and development. It applies scientific research on reproductive health and promotes appropriate technologies.