Expat medical center opens
2013-November-8 Source: Szdaily web edition
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THE University of Hong Kong (HKU) Shenzhen Hospital opened its international medical center on a trial basis in Futian District on Tuesday to serve local foreigners.

Charges for services were set according to the market and patients won’t be able to pay bills with medical insurance, the hospital said.

“There is a large demand for high-end international medical service in the Pearl River Delta area, especially Shenzhen, with the increasing number of foreigners working and living in Shenzhen,” said Chu Chi-mai, a hematology expert who is directing the center.

The five-story center has 238 beds, ranging from single wards and luxury wards to intensive care units.

Initially, the center will only offer health checks and general practice services, with more departments planned for the future. Patients will be able to choose specific doctors to handle their entire treatment. Hong Kong medical experts, including leading professors from HKU, will be invited to serve as lead doctors.(Han Ximin)

Address: Haiyuan Road 1, Futian District, Shenzhen

Phone (with English-language service): (+86) 755-86913388

Metro: Luobao Line, Qiaochengdong Station, Exit C1

Bus: B706, 45, 49, B603, B706

Website: http://www.hku-szh.org/en/index.jsp

Editor: Wing
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