(From the left) Deputy chairman of the council and the court for Baptist University Paul Poon Wai-yin; project director of the Chinese Medicine Hospital project office Cheung Wai-lun; Permanent Secretary for Food and Health Thomas Chan Chung-ching; director of architectural services Winnie Ho Wing-yin; and health chief Sophia Chan Siu-chee attend the Chinese Medicine Hospital commissioning launch ceremony at government headquarters in Admiralty on June 28. Photo: Jonathan Wong
(From the left) Deputy chairman of the council and the court for Baptist University Paul Poon Wai-yin; project director of the Chinese Medicine Hospital project office Cheung Wai-lun; Permanent Secretary for Food and Health Thomas Chan Chung-ching; director of architectural services Winnie Ho Wing-yin; and health chief Sophia Chan Siu-chee attend the Chinese Medicine Hospital commissioning launch ceremony at government headquarters in Admiralty on June 28. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Pamela Tin
Opinion

Opinion

Pamela Tin and Emily Ma

How the Chinese Medicine Hospital can strengthen TCM integration in Hong Kong public health care

  • The new hospital, due to open in 2025, will advance training and research to make Hong Kong an international model in delivering integrated Chinese-Western medical services
  • Such integrative medical care can contribute to the blueprint for a citywide primary health care system

(From the left) Deputy chairman of the council and the court for Baptist University Paul Poon Wai-yin; project director of the Chinese Medicine Hospital project office Cheung Wai-lun; Permanent Secretary for Food and Health Thomas Chan Chung-ching; director of architectural services Winnie Ho Wing-yin; and health chief Sophia Chan Siu-chee attend the Chinese Medicine Hospital commissioning launch ceremony at government headquarters in Admiralty on June 28. Photo: Jonathan Wong
(From the left) Deputy chairman of the council and the court for Baptist University Paul Poon Wai-yin; project director of the Chinese Medicine Hospital project office Cheung Wai-lun; Permanent Secretary for Food and Health Thomas Chan Chung-ching; director of architectural services Winnie Ho Wing-yin; and health chief Sophia Chan Siu-chee attend the Chinese Medicine Hospital commissioning launch ceremony at government headquarters in Admiralty on June 28. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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