Half Day Tour: HK$ 460 (AUD 75)
Full Day Tour: HK$ 740 (AUD 120)
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Tour 1: (morning) Tung Wah Hospital
The Assembly Hall in a Grade One historical building
Jockey Club Chinese Medicine Specialist Outpatient Department
Tour 3: The University of Hong Kong – Shenzhen Hospital
Since its opening on July 1, 2012, the University of Hong Kong-Shenzhen Hospital has drawn much attention from the general public in Hong Kong and Mainland China. Its brand new hospital culture and management style brought a patient-centered medical service and modern management model to the Mainland public hospital system, which is considered to be a good example for the nation-wide hospital reform.
The Hospital is an affiliated teaching hospital of the University of Hong Kong and its on-going development target is to become not only a modern comprehensive hospital, but also a world-class hospital underpinned by teaching and research.
The Hospital became the first in China to have obtained Australian Council of Healthcare Standards (ACHS) accreditation for a 4 year period in September 2015. The Hospital also achieved the National 3A Hospital accreditation in November 2017.
(For delegates who signed up for this tour, an entry visa to China is required. Please obtain your visa from the Chinese Embassy or Consulate within your current place of residence. The travel documents must be valid for at least 6 months from the date of traveling.
The visa application fee would be approx. AUD 100-110 for a single entry visa for Australian and New Zealand passport holder. For visa application in Australia, please visit http://au.china-embassy.org/eng/ls/vfc/t1038750.htm for more details. The application form could be found in the website of CVAS of different region.
Registration of HKU-SZH tour will close on 31 July 2018. )
Tour 2: (afternoon) Hong Kong Children’s Hospital
The Hong Kong Children’s Hospital is scheduled to open by phases from the fourth quarter of 2018. It will serve as Hong Kong’s tertiary referral centre for complex, serious and uncommon paediatric cases requiring multidisciplinary management, providing children in need with diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation services in inpatient, outpatient and ambulatory settings. The hospital also strives to promote research on paediatric and genetic diseases, strengthen training of healthcare professionals, and enhance the patient experience with the aim to achieve excellence in paediatric service.
* Seats are limited. Registration is subject to acceptance on a first come, first served basis.