The proportions of people contracting diseases were different among different groups of people and the staff ranked the first in this regard. People contracted different diseases at different venues so that the distribution of medical resources should cater to this situation. In case of such a large-scale international competition as the Olympic Games, the patients are mainly from competition venues and non-competition venues so these two places have the largest demand for medical staff. The incidence proportion of surgical diseases is quite high and it is important to have maxillofacial and orthopedic surgeons stationed at all the venues. The ophthalmological and ENT specialists are recommended at training venues and respiratory specialists at special control zones. Meanwhile, the gastroenterologic and stomatological specialists should be present at all venues.