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Typhoon – Clinic Closed September 1st

Kindly note that due to the Typhoon signal being hoisted the clinic will be closed.If you are an existing patient of Central Health you may arrange a zoom consultation (if appropriate) during the following times: Friday, September 1st, 0900 to 1700Saturday, September 2nd, 0900 to 1200  by emailing or  Outside of these hours and for emergencies, please …

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Masks mandate removal

Dear Patients, Like many people across Hong Kong, we are excited about a return to normal with the mask mandate finally being removed. Our clinic staff, as well as patients, are free to make their own choices about routine mask wearing and those decisions will always be respected. However, we kindly ask that any patients …

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Chinese New Year 2023

Please note the change of clinic hours on the following dates: Monday 23 January  – CLOSED Tuesday 24 January  – CLOSED Wednesday 25 January– CLOSED Please ensure you have a copy of our Emergency Advice handout and know what to do in the case of an emergency. You can see a list of our Doctor’s contact details here.

Covid-19 Vaccine for Children

Central Health continues to participate in the Covid-19 vaccination scheme, offering the Sinovac vaccine to eligible adults and children. Many of our patients have expressed an interest in vaccinating their young children, but would prefer the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine. The government has recently announced that they have finally acquired the new dosage formulations for children above …

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T8 – Clinic Closed

Kindly note that due to the T8 signal being hoisted the clinic will be closed this afternoon. For emergencies, please contact your doctor directly on their mobile, if it safe to do so head to your nearest hospital or dial 999. If you are an existing patient you may also email for paediatrics or for …

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Covid Vaccinations For Infants & Children

Vaccinating infants and children against Covid-19 (6 months to 5 years) With Covid-19 cases persisting in the community and in anticipation of case numbers increasing as we approach winter, it’s important to consider the risks and benefits of vaccinating younger children. Hong Kong’s Centre for Health Protection has recently released new interim guidelines recommending Covid-19 …

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