Taipei Medical University (TMU) is a collegiate academic institution with an extensive history in Taiwan. 

Established in 1960, over the past half-century, TMU was able to grow under challenging circumstances without regular official budget from the government or funding from foundations. It underwent the processes to building the foundation, flourishing, expansion and transformation via innovation. Today, TMU has expanded into a worldclass university with eleven colleges, 6,000 students per year, six hospitals (TMU hospital, Wan Fang Medical Center, Shuang Ho Hospital, Taipei Cancer Center, Taipei Neuroscience Instiute, and TMU NingBo medical Center), and more than 40,000 alumni around the world, serving the society and humankind and also cultivating the future talents for the nation. These are TMU’s most concrete contributions and also its most important responsibility and mission. 

In recent years, TMU has been honing its management while seeking breakthroughs and innovations. The University has experienced growth and progress in teaching, research, service, etc. and it has garnered unanimous recognition at home and abroad.