[Explanation] Recently, at the Yulin Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Guangxi, emergency doctor Chen Haozheng carefully asked about the patient's symptoms and prescribed the right medicine.

As the 4th generation descendant of a family of traditional Chinese medicine, Chen Hao grew up in a pharmacy, often identifying medicinal materials with his family, reading ancient medical books left by his ancestors, and even trying to prescribe medicine for himself in high school, as his own "guinea pig" ".

Out of love for Chinese medicine, Chen Hao chose Chinese medicine major without hesitation when he was in college, and inherited the cause of taking pulse diagnosis and guarding his neighbors.

  [Concurrent] Chen Hao, Emergency Department Physician, Yulin Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Guangxi

  After I went to high school, my family opened a clinic, and I gradually came into contact with traditional Chinese medicine, including the main efficacy of various medicinal materials. When I got sick, I took the medicine and gave the order to my father. I repeatedly discussed with my father what kind of medicine for the symptoms. Through practical operation, I gradually discovered the symptoms that could relieve my cold, which made me more determined to embark on the path of learning Chinese medicine. .

  [Explanation] The four generations of the Chen family have been practicing medicine. Chen Hao's great-grandfather, Chen Boqin, is good at treating various diseases. He has been diagnosing the pulse for more than 70 years and left a lot of medical records.

After his death, Guangxi University of Traditional Chinese Medicine built a bronze statue of him on the campus for students to pay tribute to.

Today, his father Chen Jin has taken over the clinic left by his father Chen Guoyao after retirement and continues to consult and see a doctor for his neighbors.

  [Concurrent] Chen Hao, Emergency Department Physician, Yulin Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Guangxi

  My dad has been a doctor for more than 30 years, and he has been in the emergency department for more than ten years. I should have witnessed my dad when it was 16 years old. No matter it was windy or rainy, he would go out to treat patients without complaint. Half of the time, when a patient asks for something, he will put down his chopsticks to fulfill his mission. No matter what the weather is outside, no matter the day or night, he will think about the patient and will rush to help them deal with their pain.

  [Explanation] Father Chen Jinchang taught Chen Hao to treat illness and save people, to be worthy of his conscience, not to seek fame, wealth, money, and the benevolence of doctors.

Chen Hao will also go to the clinic to help in his spare time, take medicines with his father, and consult patients.

The long-term dedication of four generations of a family has been recognized by the neighbors.

  [Concurrent] Chen Hao, Emergency Department Physician, Yulin Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Guangxi

  Both my father and my grandfather taught me to listen to the teachings. Healing the disease and saving people is a career we advocate, and it is our job to relieve the suffering of the people.

  [Explanation] At the family table, how to solve problems for patients is an eternal topic of the Chen family.

In their spare time, father and son do not forget to communicate about various diseases, read and study the yellowing medical books left by their grandparents, and the small street clinic carries the medical stories of four generations of doctors.

In Chen Hao's view, it is his goal to become a doctor as good as his parents.

  [Concurrent] Chen Hao, Emergency Department Physician, Yulin Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Guangxi

  In the future, I will definitely take over from my father and do it gradually. I believe that my confidence is getting stronger and stronger. The spirit of our family will be passed down from generation to generation.

  [Concurrent] Chen Hao's father Chen Jin

  Let’s be honest, we don’t do it for money, the key is to inherit good Chinese medicine.

  Reported by Wang Yizhao, Lai Juanjuan, Guangxi Yulin

Responsible editor: [Luo Pan]

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