Due to overcapacity, some patients need to stay in beds in corridors, such as this one at Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Jordan. Photo: Sam Tsang

Inside Hong Kong’s public hospital crisis: temporary beds, angry patients, nurses and doctors stretched to breaking point

Hong Kong’s public hospitals are taking 90 per cent of the patients while employing just 40 per cent of the doctors: the South China Morning Post looks inside the public system that’s struggling to cope

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Due to overcapacity, some patients need to stay in beds in corridors, such as this one at Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Jordan. Photo: Sam Tsang
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