Lunar New Year's message from CEO Mr Alex Lan    

As Chinese New Year approaches, we would like to wish everyone good health, happiness, and success in the Year of the Pig!


Completion of Hybrid Cardiac Catheterization and Intervention Operating Room

We are proud to announce that the modification project of our Hybrid Cardiac Catheterization and Intervention Operating Room has been completed and commenced services! Our operating rooms have been successfully upgraded to European standards, further safeguarding the patient.


Welcoming new ENT specialist: Dr. John SUNG

As we welcome the New Year of 2019, we will also like to welcome a new member of our hospital - Dr. John SUNG. A veteran ear surgeon experienced in cochlear implant operations, he is equally enthusiastic about research and innovation so as to improve the lives of hearing-impaired patients. His volunteer work was a serendipitous link that led him to joining our hospital, and we are excited to see what the future holds.

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Early Treatment for Cervical Spondylosis Trending in Young Adults

With the prevalence of smartphones in society, there is a rising trend for symptoms of Cervical Spondylosis – a common age-related condition –to appear in young adults. Due to poor posture and constantly craning down to look at phone screens, the cervical intervertebral discs in the neck will become stressed overtime, causing degeneration and strain. 
A 50-year old nurse, Miss Lin, is a patient with Cervical Spondylotic Myelopathy, and has been suffering from pain for the last 18 years. Fearing the high risk of surgery, she turned to acupuncture, physical therapy, and chiropractic treatments, but each alternative treatment only relieved pain temporarily. After undergoing minimally invasive surgery in our hospital last May, pain has been reduced, with lower limb pain gone, along with her headaches and dizziness. Currently, she is in “much better spirits”! She would like to share her experiences and the importance of early surgical intervention through the following short video. 
According to Dr Andrew Yip, with constant advancements in medical technology, the combination of the O-arm and Stealth Station 8 system enhances the precision and safety of minimally invasive surgeries.

五十餘歲的林小姐是「脊髓神經病變」患者,被痛症折騰十八年。嘗試過針灸、物理治療、脊醫等的治療方法但不果,去年五月她在本院接受微創手術後,痛感減去,下肢痛感亦減少,頭痛、頭暈也消失,精神比以前好得多,更將經歷拍成短片向大家分享及早接受手術的重要性。葉醫生補充,現時科技進步,透過O-arm O2再配合第8代StealthStation手術實時導航系統,令手術更精準更安全。
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Improving Patient Satisfaction in a Thoughtful Manner

Staring from 11 February 2019, guest relation officers will conduct rounding at various out-patient areas to enhance the hospital experience for all patients and guests. Through this rounding service, guests can enjoy increased access for assistance, and their needs and enquiries to be efficiently handled. 

The locations and time of roundings are as follows:
Morning (09:00 - 10:00): G/F, Out-Patient Department, Heart Center, Oncology Center
Afternoon (14:00 - 15:00): G/F & 7/F, Out-Patient Department



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