The Special Retired and Rehire Scheme will give some doctors “still in their prime” – who have been thinking of going into private practice – a reason to stay in public hospitals. Photo: Handout The Special Retired and Rehire Scheme will give some doctors “still in their prime” – who have been thinking of going into private practice – a reason to stay in public hospitals. Photo: Handout
The Special Retired and Rehire Scheme will give some doctors “still in their prime” – who have been thinking of going into private practice – a reason to stay in public hospitals. Photo: Handout

Multimillion-dollar plan not enough to retain doctors in public hospitals, Hong Kong health sector experts say

  • Many are waiting for more than 10 years for a promotion and will jump ship at any time, Arisina Ma of Hong Kong Public Doctors’ Association says
  • Workload from coronavirus crisis and shortage of protective gear have devastated health workers, Civic Party lawmaker and doctor Kwok Ka-ki says

Topic |   Hong Kong budget 2020-2021
The Special Retired and Rehire Scheme will give some doctors “still in their prime” – who have been thinking of going into private practice – a reason to stay in public hospitals. Photo: Handout The Special Retired and Rehire Scheme will give some doctors “still in their prime” – who have been thinking of going into private practice – a reason to stay in public hospitals. Photo: Handout
The Special Retired and Rehire Scheme will give some doctors “still in their prime” – who have been thinking of going into private practice – a reason to stay in public hospitals. Photo: Handout
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