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

The operator of Hong Kong’s first traditional Chinese medicine hospital has expressed confidence that the supply of locally trained practitioners will be enough to meet the demands of the institution slated to open in 2025.Construction of the nine-storey facility is due to begin at Pak Shing Kok in Tseung Kwan O on Wednesday and is projected to cost HK$8.62 billion (US$1.11 billion), with the government to reserve HK$1 billion annually for recurrent costs.The Chinese Medicine Hospital will…

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