Shuang Ho Hospital passes the EEWH evaluation and obtains the Green Building Label. Shuang Ho Hospital becomes the biggest and the first green hospital in New Taipei City.
TMU passes the ISO 14001:2004 (environmental safety) and OHSAS 18001:2007 (occupational safety and health) evaluations.
The Ministry of Education named TMU as a demonstration school for green campus.
TMU signs the Talloires Declaration.
Li, Fei-Peng becomes the 10th Superintendent of Taipei Medical University Hospital.
Wu, Chih-Hsiung becomes the 2nd Dean of Shuang Ho Hospital.
Taipei Municipal Wan Fang Hospital passes the JCI re-evaluation.
Total number of employees of TMU system, including the TMU, Taipei Medical University Hospital, Taipei Municipal Wan Fang Hospital, and Shuang Ho Hospital exceeds 5,000.
Shuang Ho Hospital passes the JCI evaluation and becomes the youngest hospital to pass the evaluation in Taiwan.
Pass the audit of ISO 27001:2005 (information security).
TMU becomes the first medical university to pass the audit of WHO International Safe Schools (ISS) in the world.
TMU obtains the certificate of GRIG3 and meets the AA1000 Assurance Standard.
Taipei Medical University Hospital passes the JCI evaluation. TMU becomes the first medical university with all of its affiliate hospitals passing the JCI evaluation.
TMU starts publishing an international academic journal, Journal of Experimental and Clinical Medicine.