Bei Wang, MD

Bei Wang, M.D.

Language skills

English, Mandarin Chinese, Finnish


2012 Licenced Phycisian (Finland)
2001 Internal medicine specialist (China)
1995 Licenced phycisian (China)

Years of experience

Over 20

About me

I have over 20 years of work experience in a variety of healthcare settings in both China and Finland. At the beginning of my clinical career, I finished internal medicine specialist training in Beijing hospital, a comprehensive university hospital located at the center of Beijing. I later focused on emergency internal medicine and mainly worked at the Emergency Department and intensive care unit (ICU). During this period, as a visiting doctor, I had followed the clinical work at the Geriatric Hospital of Geneva, Switzerland for two years to get the geriatrics scope and research experience. I had the title of Vice Chief Physician in China before moving to Finland. I restarted my clinical career in Finland as a general practitioner after getting my physician license in 2015. Currently, I’m undertaking geriatrics specialist training at Helsinki University. I also have extensive research experience in both basic and clinical fields. For example, electrocardiographic analysis in myocardial infarction patients to predict ventricular arrhythmia under the guidance of the cardiologist of Helsinki University Hospital and the clinical project of pulmonary embolism in Beijing Hospital ECT. With solid experience in the medical field, I have been committed to providing exceptional care and service to patients from pediatric to geriatric. Listening to each individual’s concerns and treating for whole body wellness.


Member of the Chinese Medical Doctor Association, CMDA Member of the Finnish Medical Association, FMA Member of Xclusive Finland online doctors


2013 U Wave Features in Body Surface Potential Mapping in Post–Myocardial Infarction Patients. Bei Wang M.D. Petri Korhonen M.D., Ph.D., Ilkka Tierala M.D., Helena Hänninen M.D., Ph.D., Heikki Väänänen M.Sc. Lauri Toivonen M.D., Ph.D. Annals of Noninvasive Electrocardiology 2013; 18: 538-546 2012 Embryonic Stem Cell-Based Cardiopatches Improve Cardiac Function in Infarcted Rats Jean-Paul Vallee, Mathieu Hauwel, Matthieu Lepetit-Coiffe, Wang Bei, et al. Stem Cells Translational Medicine 2012;1:248–260