Zhejiang BangEr Orthopedic Hospital Group Completes First Training Session at Texas Back Institute

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Zhejiang BangEr Orthopedic Hospital Group Completes First Training Session at Texas Back Institute 

Dr. Richard Guyer presents Dr. Ming Ding with his certificate of training from Texas Back Institute

Overland Park, Kansas (April 26, 2016) The Zhejiang BangEr Orthopedic Hospital Group, herein referred to as “BangEr”, has completed their first training session at PreferUS Healthcare training center, Texas Back Institute. Dr. Ming Ding, Director of Orthopedics at one of BangEr’s hospitals in Nanling, China spent three weeks observing spine and total joints surgical procedures.

Chairman of TBIRF, Dr. Richard Guyer, expressed the importance of Dr. Ding’s visit and bridging the gap between eastern and western medicine. Dr. Guyer said, “It was a wonderful experience to have Dr. Ding visit TBI. Not only was he able to see how American spine surgery is practiced, but we also learned from him how his practice is different from ours”. Dr. Guyer adds “It is a mutual learning experience as all parties benefit from this medical cultural exchange”.

As the PreferUS and BangEr partnership continues to build strength, PreferUS will provide significant training opportunities in other disciplines that are key to BangEr growing their brand awareness throughout China with a strong western medical management emphasis.


About Zhejiang BangEr Orthopedic Hospital Group

Zhejiang BangEr Orthopedic Hospital Group, located just outside of Shanghai, currently has five hospitals in the ownership stage with two additional hospital licenses secured. A total of 1,100 beds, 200,000 out patient visits and performing over 12,000 surgeries annually, positions BangEr as a leader in the Chinese healthcare market. It is their goal to initially become a regional power and ultimately a national player in the orthopedic hospital sector. By the end of 2016, their goal is to have 14 hospitals as part of their healthcare group. BangEr demonstrates well-defined competitive strengths and represents a unique partnering opportunity among private orthopedic hospitals in China.

About Texas Back Institute

Texas Back Institute was founded in 1977 and was initially created to take the narrow niche of spine specialty and integrate it vertically by incorporating ergonomic analysis, fellowship training, research and new product development. Texas Back Institute’s goal always has been to perform as a center of excellence, integrating the best of science and education with the best business practices. More than 30 years later, Texas Back Institute is one of the largest freestanding multidisciplinary academic spine centers in the world. Utilizing the latest technological advancements and medical breakthroughs, by leading and participating in numerous FDA trials, developing surgeons through its fellowship program and employing an expert medical team.

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