Ombudsman Winnie Chiu urges authorities to step up publicity on the ‘low-charge beds’ in private hospitals. Photo: Dickson LeeOmbudsman Winnie Chiu urges authorities to step up publicity on the ‘low-charge beds’ in private hospitals. Photo: Dickson Lee
Ombudsman Winnie Chiu urges authorities to step up publicity on the ‘low-charge beds’ in private hospitals. Photo: Dickson Lee

‘Low-charge beds’ in Hong Kong private hospitals underutilised, ombudsman says

  • Winnie Chiu says facilities in two private hospitals are not being used to their full capacity
  • She urges authorities to review policy on use of ‘low-charge beds’ and step up publicity so people know what they are entitled to

Topic |   Hong Kong health care and hospitals
Ombudsman Winnie Chiu urges authorities to step up publicity on the ‘low-charge beds’ in private hospitals. Photo: Dickson LeeOmbudsman Winnie Chiu urges authorities to step up publicity on the ‘low-charge beds’ in private hospitals. Photo: Dickson Lee
Ombudsman Winnie Chiu urges authorities to step up publicity on the ‘low-charge beds’ in private hospitals. Photo: Dickson Lee
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