Hong Kong recently unveiled a new scheme for doctors that would allow overseas-trained professionals to return to the city for work. Hong Kong recently unveiled a new scheme for doctors that would allow overseas-trained professionals to return to the city for work.
Hong Kong recently unveiled a new scheme for doctors that would allow overseas-trained professionals to return to the city for work.

Foreign-trained doctors scheme just ‘opening a small door’, with annual intake of up to 300 easing shortfall: top Hong Kong government adviser

  • Executive Council member Dr Lam Ching-choi says medical students based in prestigious overseas schools have already reached out and shown interest in returning to hometown
  • Under fresh scheme, non-locally trained doctors can gain full registration in Hong Kong without the need to pass a local licensing exam, provided they are permanent residents, among other conditions

Topic |   Hong Kong health care and hospitals
Hong Kong recently unveiled a new scheme for doctors that would allow overseas-trained professionals to return to the city for work. Hong Kong recently unveiled a new scheme for doctors that would allow overseas-trained professionals to return to the city for work.
Hong Kong recently unveiled a new scheme for doctors that would allow overseas-trained professionals to return to the city for work.
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