Care during the Epidemic – United Family Healthcare Continues to Practice Corporate Social Responsibility

During the fight against the COVID-19 epidemic, colleagues of the United Family Healthcare (UFH) donated milk powder through the Foundation in order to care for orphaned and disabled children and enhance their immunity. In foster homes, some orphaned and disabled babies under the age of 3 need multiple surgeries and repeated treatment due to congenital diseases, so nutrition is crucial for them. The 75kg of formula milk powder is specially donated for babies who are receiving medical assistance.

Received donations from colleagues of UFH

Upon receiving the donations, the staff of the Foundation started to look for orphaned and disabled babies under the age of 3 in the long-term partner groups to accept the donations. Finally, we selected 3 child support agencies located in Yuxian County in Zhangjiakou, Daming County in Handan and Ningjin County in Xingtai respectively, and made precise donations to them according to their specific needs.

Children in foster homes were handling milk powder for their “younger brothers and sisters”


UFH has always been caring for orphaned and disabled children through corporate social practices. Since 2001, it has donated medical services worth of 1% of its operation revenue each year for the medical assistance of orphaned and disabled children. Many children received repeated surgeries in the United Family Hospital with traditional Chinese and western medical treatment, and finally found an adoptive family and started a new life based on improved physical conditions.

In view of the social development, now we help not only the orphaned and disabled children, but also children from poor families. If you know such a child in your surrounding area who is seeking medical assistance, please know the following and seek for help.

First, target of medical assistance: orphans/children from poor families (0-18 years old)

Second, the content of medical assistance includes:

  1. Emergency
  2. Outpatient services: general practice, immunity, child care, children’s outpatient, pediatric surgery, pediatric endocrinology, child development outpatient service, nutrition, ophthalmology, otolaryngology, sleep medicine center, dermatology, plastic surgery, orthopedics, neurology, neurosurgery, general surgery, internal medicine, inspection center, imaging department, pharmacy, etc.
  3. Surgery: congenital obstruction of esophagus, congenital megacolon, congenital anal atresia, gastroesophageal reflux, congenital cataract, congenital glaucoma, congenital heart disease, hydrocephalus, spina bifida, undescended testis, epispadias, hypospadias, cleft lip and palate, polydactyly, microtia, and equinus, etc.

Third, procedures of the medical assistance:

  1. Materials submitted by the patient side:

For orphans, the assistance application form filled in by the welfare institute or the child support agency, copy of household register and copy of orphan certificate are needed.

For patients from poor families, the assistance application form filled in by themselves, their guardians or the public welfare institutes, copy of household register, and copy of the poverty certificate issued by the village/neighborhood committee are needed.

  1. Upon review and approval by Beijing UFCH, the assistance agreement should be signed with the assistance recipient
  2. Fund the treatment and follow up

Fourth, partner hospitals and clinics include:

Beijing United Family Hospital (No. 2 Jiangtai Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing)

United Family Jianguomen Clinic (Jianwai Diplomatic Apartment, Chaoyang District, Beijing)

United Family Liangma Clinic (Guanshe, Dongfang East Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing)

United Family Wudaokou Comprehensive Clinic (Block D, Tsinghua Tongfang, Wangzhuang Road, Haidian District, Beijing)

United Family Dental Clinic (No.2 Jiangtai Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing)

Beijing United Family Rehabilitation Hospital (No.1 North Yaojiayuan Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing)

Tianjin United Family Hospital (No. 22 Tianxiao Park, Tanjiang Road, Hexi District, Tianjin)

Qingdao United Family Hospital (No. 319 Hong Kong East Road, Laoshan District, Qingdao)

Guangzhou United Family Hospital (No. 31 Pazhou Avenue, Haizhu District, Guangzhou)

24-hour hotline for appointment is 4008 919191

Shanghai United Family Hospital (No. 699 Pingtang Road, Changning District, Shanghai)

Shanghai United Family Quankou Clinic (No. 8 Quankou Road, Changning District)

Shanghai United Family Xincheng Hospital (No. 1598 Xinjinqiao Road, Pudong New Area, Shanghai)

24-hour hotline for appointment is 400 639 3900

For matters not covered herein, please follow our official WeChat account UFCH2018 (Beijing United Foundation for China’s Health) and submit “assistance application” under “About us”.

“Healing brings Hope” is the vision we have always adhered to.

Note: Beijing United Foundation for China’s Health (Beijing UFCH) is a charitable organization co-founded by United Family Healthcare (UFH) and its founder Roberta Lipson, and is registered with Beijing Municipal Bureau of Civil Affairs in 2018.