List of Universities Approved by Chinese Medical Council

List of Universities Approved by Chinese Medical Council

Name City Level Type Location Attribute
Dalian Medical University Dalian Ordinary Medicine Urban Public
Central South University Changsha 985 Project Comprehensive Urban Public
Huazhong University of Science and Technology Wuhan 985 Project Comprehensive Urban Public
China Medical University Shenyang Ordinary Medicine Urban Public
Fudan University Shanghai 985 Project Comprehensive Urban Public
Jilin University Changchun 985 Project Comprehensive Urban Public
Wuhan University Wuhan 985 Project Comprehensive Urban Public
Southeast University Nanjing 985 Project Comprehensive Urban Public
Guangxi Medical University Nanning Ordinary Medicine Suburb Public
Hebei Medical University Shijiazhuang Ordinary Medicine Urban Public
Jiamusi University Jiamusi Ordinary Comprehensive Suburb Public
Nanjing Medical University Nanjing Ordinary Medicine Suburb Public
Fujian Medical University Fuzhou Ordinary Medicine Suburb Public
Soochow University Suzhou 211 Project Comprehensive Urban Public
Capital Medical University Beijing Ordinary Medicine Urban Public
Xi an Jiaotong University Xi'an 985 Project Comprehensive Urban Public
Nanchang University Nanchang 211 Project Comprehensive Suburb Public
Zhejiang University Hangzhou 985 Project Comprehensive Urban Public
Chongqing Medical University Chongqing Ordinary Medicine Urban Public
Guangzhou Medical University Guangzhou Ordinary Medicine Urban Public
Shantou University Shantou Ordinary Comprehensive Urban Public
Southern Medical University Guangzhou Ordinary Medicine Suburb Public
Harbin Medical University Harbin Ordinary Medicine Urban Public
Tianjin Medical University Tianjin 211 Project Medicine Urban Public
Xinjiang Medical University Urumqi Ordinary Medicine Suburb Public
Anhui Medical University Hefei Ordinary Medicine Urban Public
Ningxia Medical University Yinchuan Ordinary Medicine Urban Public

About Chinese Medical Council

Chinese Medical Council (CMC)


The Chinese Medical Council, UK, CMC in abbreviation, announced its establishment on 8th June, 2004 at the Forum Room of the Chinese Medical Institute and Register, London. It is an authoritative organisation governing the Chinese Medicine profession and comprises specialists in the field. Its purpose is to collaborate with the government in regulatory issues and the safety of practice, as well as to protect the rightful legal interest of the practitioners. In doing so, it aims to promote the development of Chinese Medicine in the UK.

The CMC was formed after much deliberation which followed the Chinese Medicine Legislation Forum (CMLF) on 29th April 2003. The concept of a council which functions to regulate Chinese medicine and to ensure that safety and high standards are maintained has been explored in many meetings in which various organisations within the Chinese medicine community participated. This is a necessary step for Chinese medicine and a precondition for achieving collaboration between the Chinese medicine community and DH in an effective capacity for ensuring safety, quality and excellence in practice. The CMC will also be able to secure a positive future for Chinese medicine within the UK healthcare system.

The CMC, comprises the following organisations - The Chinese Medical Institute & Register (CMIR), The Chinese Healthcare Institute & Register (CHIR), Association of Chinese Medicine Practitioners (ACMP), Anglo-Chinese Medical Doctors Society (ACMDS), Federation of Traditional Chinese Medicine, UK (FTCM) and the AcuMedic Foundation. On 20th of May 2007, a special meeting was held in which the member organisations agreed to form a unified single federated Joint Voluntary Register (JVR). The Chinese Medicine Working Group was informed in writing about the position of the CMC on various issues. The CMC affirmed its policy of unity and inclusivity in representing the Chinese medicine profession.

The CMC was born out of the former Chinese Medicine Alliance as a federated organisation. It is facing many challenges to unify the Chinese medicine profession in the UK, which is fractured and complex in background. To achieve consensus in the merging of members as a single Joint Voluntary Register, the council decided to agree on a programme of unity. The details of this programme will be implemented step by step to ensure cohesion.

Since the agreement on 20th May 2007, the CMC is progressing steadily towards unity and is maturing as a federated organisation to govern the Chinese medical profession. The DH Steering Group has published “Report to Ministers on the Statutory Regulation of Practitioners of Acupuncture, Herbal Medicine, Traditional Chinese Medicine and Other Traditional Medicine Systems Practised in the UK” in May 2008. The CMC will continue its close collaborations with the government and other organisations in the UK and internationally to further its aims.

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