I WAS LAYING ON THE SIDE OF THE ROAD, STILL REELING THAT I HAD JUST BEEN HIT BY A CAR.

Once that shock wore off, I did the check. 

Can I wiggle my fingers? Check. 
Can I wiggle my toes? Check. 
Slowly move the neck. We're good.

Okay. 
My core functions are okay. 
But there's a pain in my leg. 

And then it dawned on me. 
I need to go to the hospital in a foreign country

Do you know what to do in this situation?

Do you know: 

  • The key differences between a Western hospital vs. a Chinese hospital?

  • The information you need to have when you register yourself at a hospital?

  • Who you can call to help you at the emergency room?

If not, join the MANY expats who don't know the answers to these questions as well. 
This FREE VIDEO GUIDE will cover all of the answers to these questions, and more, so you're familiar with the protocol when an emergency does occur. 

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What people are saying about the course:

"I was really lucky that I had learned this information when I did, because not even 1 week later, a buddy fell and broke his collar bone - and out of 8 people, I was the only one who knew what to do". - Sean W.

"A friend went to the Chinese hospital for an emergency and told me it was an absolute disaster. I showed her this video and she confirmed, 'Yup! I learned all of this the hard way". - Taylor A.
"I didn't know just about any of this information before I went through the video course. It's something I haven't really thought about or planned for during the move to Shanghai. But now it's on the forefront of my mind".- Mary T.

"It's something that I don't really want to think about, but considering the scooter drivers are WILD here - it's in my best interest to be prepared, just in case". - Lindsay J.

This is a video course that we are offering to you, absolutely FREE. We're even including a downloadable card of questions to ask your school rep or HR manager, so you don't forget.

No one wants to think about this happening to them. 
But it's better to be prepared for this scenario - than completely clueless and desperate.

To be prepared for a medical emergency in Shanghai, check out this video guide now. 

THE CRITICAL GUIDE: 
NAVIGATING CHINESE HOSPITALS AND EMERGENCIES

- WHAT YOU GET | FREE COURSE - 

  • Powerpoint Video Explanation
  • Explanation of the difference between Western hospitals and Chinese hospitals
  • A checklist of things you should keep on you in case of an emergency
  • A downloadable emergency card with Chinese terms, your poc, emergency phone numbers, and more.