The CUHK Medical Centre in Sha Tin is the first private teaching hospital wholly owned by a university, and is expected to begin operations on January 6. Photo: SCMP The CUHK Medical Centre in Sha Tin is the first private teaching hospital wholly owned by a university, and is expected to begin operations on January 6. Photo: SCMP
The CUHK Medical Centre in Sha Tin is the first private teaching hospital wholly owned by a university, and is expected to begin operations on January 6. Photo: SCMP

Hong Kong fourth wave: new private hospital under Chinese University to ease burden on public sector by accepting Covid-19 patients

  • CUHK Medical Centre in Sha Tin expected to begin operations on January 6 and will require inpatients and those coming for day procedures to be tested for coronavirus
  • Preparation work under way to convert two floors of wards to take in Covid-19 patients with mild symptoms

Topic |   Hong Kong health care and hospitals
The CUHK Medical Centre in Sha Tin is the first private teaching hospital wholly owned by a university, and is expected to begin operations on January 6. Photo: SCMP The CUHK Medical Centre in Sha Tin is the first private teaching hospital wholly owned by a university, and is expected to begin operations on January 6. Photo: SCMP
The CUHK Medical Centre in Sha Tin is the first private teaching hospital wholly owned by a university, and is expected to begin operations on January 6. Photo: SCMP
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