Analyses | Medicine and healthcare | 2014-06-23 | Sing Tao

Chinese medicine in Hong Kong



The Government is planning to build the city’s first Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) hospital in Tseung Kwan O, which will be run on a self-financing basis with collaboration between Western and Chinese medical practitioners. The Centre’s weekly analysis examines the role of TCM in Hong Kong’s healthcare system, and points out the possible challenges facing the new TCM hospital in terms of operating model and manpower allocation.

The full version of the commentary is in Chinese only.