Surgical staff at Hong Kong Adventist Hospital – Stubbs Road, in Happy Valley – which carries out about 3,800 operations each year – must carefully prepare the specific equipment and surgical instruments requested by doctors before each surgery. Photo: Frank Freeman Surgical staff at Hong Kong Adventist Hospital – Stubbs Road, in Happy Valley – which carries out about 3,800 operations each year – must carefully prepare the specific equipment and surgical instruments requested by doctors before each surgery. Photo: Frank Freeman
Surgical staff at Hong Kong Adventist Hospital – Stubbs Road, in Happy Valley – which carries out about 3,800 operations each year – must carefully prepare the specific equipment and surgical instruments requested by doctors before each surgery. Photo: Frank Freeman

Behind the mask: who are unsung hospital ‘heroes’ helping doctors put patients on road to recovery?

  • Behind-the-scenes clinical staff support doctors in four operating rooms at Hong Kong Adventist Hospital – Stubbs Road, in Happy Valley
  • Highly trained team offer surgical support, monitor a patient’s vital signs, reduce risk of infection and sterilise operating room and surgical instruments

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Surgical staff at Hong Kong Adventist Hospital – Stubbs Road, in Happy Valley – which carries out about 3,800 operations each year – must carefully prepare the specific equipment and surgical instruments requested by doctors before each surgery. Photo: Frank Freeman Surgical staff at Hong Kong Adventist Hospital – Stubbs Road, in Happy Valley – which carries out about 3,800 operations each year – must carefully prepare the specific equipment and surgical instruments requested by doctors before each surgery. Photo: Frank Freeman
Surgical staff at Hong Kong Adventist Hospital – Stubbs Road, in Happy Valley – which carries out about 3,800 operations each year – must carefully prepare the specific equipment and surgical instruments requested by doctors before each surgery. Photo: Frank Freeman
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