What's New

What's New

  • 2016-03-13
    Held on 13 March 2016, the 8th Walk For A Vision set out to raise HK$360,000 for The Hong Kong Brain Foundation (HKBF) to purchase laser canes and provide related training for 300 eligible patients with Parkinson’s disease, facilitating their gait with a reduced fall risk.

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  • 2016-01-18 Professional Development and Training for HKSH Staff Scaling New Heights with New Scholarship

    (January 18, 2016) Hong Kong Sanatorium & Hospital plans to provide top-level on-the-job training for more than 150 nursing and allied health staff in the next few years as the initial wave to build up a pool of healthcare leaders with international outlook as well as cutting edge knowledge and skills.

    The pilot scheme will open a new realm for staff members...

  • 2015-12-10
    Patients will benefit greatly from the first PET/MR (Molecular MR) Scanner in Hong Kong which represents a technological breakthrough combining both mature and diagnostically proven positron emission tomography (PET) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) modalities in a single machine.
     
    The PET/MR scanner was installed at Hong Kong Sanatorium & Hospital in March...
  • 2015-11-04
    The number of diabetes mellitus cases diagnosed in Hong Kong has been increasing and the illness is getting more common among young people. Preventing diabetes complications by maintaining the blood glucose at a healthy level is essential for controlling the illness.
     
    A team of inter-departmental professionals comprising doctors and nurses of Endocrine and Diabetes...
  • 2015-08-20
    Regular exercise is good for health, but sometimes it can result in injuries due to improper warm-up exercise and insufficient muscle training, in golf, for instance. Golfers may easily suffer from chronic/repetitive injuries such as muscle strain and tendinopathy.
     
    To better understand golf swing performance and its relationship to the physique of the golfer, a...

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