Lots of Docs in Taiwan are trained in the USA. I would head for this one:
taiwan.yoolk.com/health-and-medi ... -6818.html
hatw.org.tw/SUB/WEB003/C7-P7 ... %99%A2.pdf
My mother was diagnosed some years ago by the National Taiwan Univ hospital as having suffered a mild stroke. She had fallen on the floor and couldnt get up and we took her there. She got a bunch of meds and was told to check in with the local doc in Wanli later that day. We did, and the doc there (who was an old friend of the doc at NTU) confirmed the diagnosis and said that I should call him the next day. Well the next day he came over and said that we should do a cat scan on her brain because her symptoms could also be a brain tumor!!
We had that done at the ShinKong hospital (I picked it because it was brand new then and seemed to be well equipped). The doc was a very young (early forties) guy educated in the USA. I was thinking if he had enough experience as he was quite young to be a brain surgeon in my humble opinion). He took one look at my mom and said that he was certain it was NOT a stroke and a CAT scan was certainly the way to go.
We had to wait the standard seven days to get results (as this was not an emergency). But exactly seven days later when the doc was made known of the results he immediately called and said we must check her in that day without delay as he had found a very large tumor in my moms brain.
We checked her in right away. He then scheduled a very advanced look on the inside of the brain with this special machine that threads a camera inside your body , inside your brain from a vein in your leg. Amazing really.
She went in for a 12 hour surgury and was scheduled to be in ICU for 72 hours. She made a fantastic recovery and was in ICU only 24 hours and then special care for only another 24. About 3 days later released from hospital and been fine since. And its been ten years.
Insurance picked up almost all of the over one million Nt dollar cost (this wouldve cost the moon in the USA) cept for bout 100,000nt.
The hospital was first class all the way. I would recommend it.