The Hong Kong Academy of Medicine has raised concerns about the proposed rule changes on non-locally trained doctors. Photo: Facebook The Hong Kong Academy of Medicine has raised concerns about the proposed rule changes on non-locally trained doctors. Photo: Facebook
The Hong Kong Academy of Medicine has raised concerns about the proposed rule changes on non-locally trained doctors. Photo: Facebook

Hong Kong Academy of Medicine hits out at government over proposed rule changes on non-locally trained doctors

  • Medical specialist training institution says it has raised concerns about the proposed changes and will review existing system for evaluating specialist doctor qualifications
  • It urges the government to adopt a more holistic approach to tackling doctor shortage

Topic |   Hong Kong health care and hospitals
The Hong Kong Academy of Medicine has raised concerns about the proposed rule changes on non-locally trained doctors. Photo: Facebook The Hong Kong Academy of Medicine has raised concerns about the proposed rule changes on non-locally trained doctors. Photo: Facebook
The Hong Kong Academy of Medicine has raised concerns about the proposed rule changes on non-locally trained doctors. Photo: Facebook
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