Medical staff are seen outside Princess Margaret Hospital on February 4, 2020. The Hong Kong government’s proposal to allow overseas-trained doctors who meet certain conditions practise in the city has sparked debate. Photo: AFP Medical staff are seen outside Princess Margaret Hospital on February 4, 2020. The Hong Kong government’s proposal to allow overseas-trained doctors who meet certain conditions practise in the city has sparked debate. Photo: AFP
Medical staff are seen outside Princess Margaret Hospital on February 4, 2020. The Hong Kong government’s proposal to allow overseas-trained doctors who meet certain conditions practise in the city has sparked debate. Photo: AFP

Letters | Who loses in Hong Kong politics over overseas-trained doctors?

  • The elderly and the chronically ill will suffer more amid a persistent doctor shortage, yet another dubious distinction for Hong Kong as a global metropolis

Topic |   Hong Kong health care and hospitals
Medical staff are seen outside Princess Margaret Hospital on February 4, 2020. The Hong Kong government’s proposal to allow overseas-trained doctors who meet certain conditions practise in the city has sparked debate. Photo: AFP Medical staff are seen outside Princess Margaret Hospital on February 4, 2020. The Hong Kong government’s proposal to allow overseas-trained doctors who meet certain conditions practise in the city has sparked debate. Photo: AFP
Medical staff are seen outside Princess Margaret Hospital on February 4, 2020. The Hong Kong government’s proposal to allow overseas-trained doctors who meet certain conditions practise in the city has sparked debate. Photo: AFP
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