Senior officials, including health chief Sophia Chan Siu-chee (centre), attend a press event on the new hospital held at government headquarters on Monday. Photo: Jonathan Wong Senior officials, including health chief Sophia Chan Siu-chee (centre), attend a press event on the new hospital held at government headquarters on Monday. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Senior officials, including health chief Sophia Chan Siu-chee (centre), attend a press event on the new hospital held at government headquarters on Monday. Photo: Jonathan Wong

Hong Kong has enough practitioners of traditional Chinese medicine to staff its first dedicated hospital, operator says

  • Construction to begin this week on HK$8.62 billion facility slated to open in 2025
  • Hospital to treat 310,000 outpatients annually and city will not need to look to mainland China for practitioners, operator says

Topic |   Hong Kong health care and hospitals
Senior officials, including health chief Sophia Chan Siu-chee (centre), attend a press event on the new hospital held at government headquarters on Monday. Photo: Jonathan Wong Senior officials, including health chief Sophia Chan Siu-chee (centre), attend a press event on the new hospital held at government headquarters on Monday. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Senior officials, including health chief Sophia Chan Siu-chee (centre), attend a press event on the new hospital held at government headquarters on Monday. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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