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Yan Chai Hospital cum Hong Kong Baptist University Chinese Medicine Clinic cum Training and Research Centre (Ha Kwai Chung)

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Situated in Ha Kwai Chung Polyclinic and Special Education Centre (near Lai King MTR station), the 6,000 ft2 Yan Chai Hospital cum Hong Kong Baptist University Chinese Medicine Clinic cum Training and Research Centre (Ha Kwai Chung) is furnished with 7 consultation rooms, 3 acupuncture rooms, an assessment room and a Chinese medicine dispensary.  The clinic provides general out-patient services and specialized out-patient services (including Internal Medicine, Respiratory Medicine, Oncology and Acupuncture). 

 

In order to fulfil the rising demand and needs for Chinese medicine services, the clinic is dedicated to broaden the variety of services such as cooperating with Princess Margaret Hospital to provide Integrated Chinese-Western Medicine (ICWM) Pilot Programme in Cancer Palliative Care and tackling Behavioral Disorders among children (for details, please refer to our Main Services).

Main Services

  1. General consultation
  2. Expert consultation (Internal Medicine, Oncology, Respiratory Medicine and Acupuncture)
  3. Acupuncture (general and expert consultation)
  4. Adjunctive therapy (Auricular Acupuncture, Cupping, Moxibustion, etc.)
  5. Tian Jiu therapy
  6. Hospital and elderly home outreach services
  7. Integrated Chinese-Western Medicine (ICWM) Pilot Programme in Cancer Palliative Care (Princess Margaret Hospital)
  8. Behavioral Disorders in children (Autism, Learning Disorder, Attention Deficit, Hyperactivity Disorder, etc.)
  9. Chinese herbs, Chinese medicine granules and herb decocting services
  10. Chinese medicine health seminars and free consultation services
  11. Chinese medicine articles
  12. Chinese medicine body weight control service

Appointment and Enquiries:2370 2216

Fax 2370 9956
Address

G/F, Ha Kwai Chung Polyclinic & Special Education Services Centre, 77 Lai Cho Road, Kwai Chung, NT.

 

Service Hours

Monday to Friday 9:00am to 7:00pm
Saturday 9:00am to 5:00pm

Sunday and Public Holidays

Closed

 

Service Charges

General Consultation $120
(Including two doses of Chinese Herbal Medicine (An extra of $20 is charged per dose for switching to Chinese Medicine Granules) )
Expert Consultation $260
(Including two doses of Chinese Herbal Medicine (An extra of $20 is charged per dose for switching to Chinese Medicine Granules))
Acupuncture General: $180/Expert: $260
Auricular Treatment $120 (Original Price: $180) 
Additional Prescription

Chinese Herb: $50/dose

Chinese Medicine Granules: $55/dose
Herb Decocting Service

First 3 doses: $40 (Minimum 3 doses)

Every subsequent dose: $13 
Additional Cupping (after Acupuncture) General: $50/ Expert: $100

 

Payment Methods

Cash
Credit Card (VISA/ MASTER)
Octopus Card
Health Care Voucher*

*Health Care Voucher is not applicable to General Consultation service. For details, please contact our registry

 

  • Senior Citizen Card holders can enjoy a 20% discount.
  • Hospital Authority Staff, Hong Kong Baptist University Staff and Yan Chai Hospital staff can enjoy a 10% discount.
  • New Home Association Member can enjoy a 10% discount, except for general consultation.

 

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Liu Tao 

Registered Chinese Medicine Practitioner of the Chinese Medicine Council of Hong Kong

Bachelor of Chinese Medicine of the Jiangxi University of Traditional Chinese Medicine

Pan Tian Cheng

Registered Chinese Medicine Practitioner of the Chinese Medicine Council of Hong Kong

Bachelor of Chinese Medicine (Acupuncture and Moxibustion) of Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine

Yu Tat Ming

Registered Chinese Medicine Practitioner of the Chinese Medicine Council of Hong Kong

Doctor of Philosophy of Traditional Chinese Medicine of Zhejiang Chinese Medical University

Master of Chinese Medicine of the Hong Kong Baptist University

Chan Kai Yin

Registered Chinese Medicine Practitioner of the Chinese Medicine Council of Hong Kong

Doctor of Medicine of the Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine (Clinical Medicine of Integration with Traditional Chinese and Western Medicine)

Master of Chinese Medicine (Internal Medicine) of the Hong Kong Baptist University

Bachelor of Chinese Medicine and Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Biomedical Science of the Hong Kong Baptist University

Yu Ka Ling

Registered Chinese Medicine Practitioner of the Chinese Medicine Council of Hong Kong

Master of Chinese Medicine (Studies and Applications of Acupuncture) of the Hong Kong Baptist University

Bachelor of Chinese Medicine and Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Biomedical Science of the Hong Kong Baptist University

Lau Kwong Wai

Registered Chinese Medicine Practitioner of the Chinese Medicine Council of Hong Kong

Master of Chinese Medicine in Acupuncture and Moxibustion of the University of Hong Kong

Bachelor of Chinese Medicine of the University of Hong Kong

Tang Shun Yuen

Registered Chinese Medicine Practitioner of the Chinese Medicine Council of Hong Kong

Master of Chinese Medicine of the Chinese University of Hong Kong

Lai Man Chi

Registered Chinese Medicine Practitioner of the Chinese Medicine Council of Hong Kong

Master of Science in Stroke and Clinical Neurosciences of the Chinese University of Hong Kong

Bachelor of Chinese Medicine of the Chinese University of Hong Kong

Lau Wai Wai

Registered Chinese Medicine Practitioner of the Chinese Medicine Council of Hong Kong

Master of Chinese Medicine of the University of Hong Kong

Bachelor of Traditional Chinese Medicine of the Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine

Ng Hoi Ning

Registered Chinese Medicine Practitioner of the Chinese Medicine Council of Hong Kong

Bachelor of Chinese Medicine of the Chinese University of Hong Kong

Ku Jin Jin

Registered Chinese Medicine Practitioner of the Chinese Medicine Council of Hong Kong

Bachelor of Chinese Medicine of the Chinese University of Hong Kong

Tai Lok Yin

Registered Chinese Medicine Practitioner of the Chinese Medicine Council of Hong Kong

Bachelor of Chinese Medicine of the Chinese University of Hong Kong

Chow Ka Ying 

Registered Chinese Medicine Practitioner of the Chinese Medicine Council of Hong Kong

Bachelor of Chinese Medicine and Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Biomedical Science of the Hong Kong Baptist University

Ip Hoi Lam

Registered Chinese Medicine Practitioner of the Chinese Medicine Council of Hong Kong

Bachelor of Chinese Medicine of the Chinese University of Hong Kong

Lai  Man Hong

Registered Chinese Medicine Practitioner of the Chinese Medicine Council of Hong Kong

Master of Chinese Medicine of the Chinese University of Hong Kong

Shiu Lok Yin

Registered Chinese Medicine Practitioner of the Chinese Medicine Council of Hong Kong

Bachelor of Chinese Medicine and Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Biomedical Science of the Hong Kong Baptist University

Tong Tsz Man

Registered Chinese Medicine Practitioner of the Chinese Medicine Council of Hong Kong

Bachelor of Chinese Medicine of the University of Hong Kong

Wong Fu Kan

Registered Chinese Medicine Practitioner of the Chinese Medicine Council of Hong Kong

Bachelor of Chinese Medicine and Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Biomedical Science of the Hong Kong Baptist University

Wong Ue Ting

Registered Chinese Medicine Practitioner of the Chinese Medicine Council of Hong Kong

Bachelor of Chinese Medicine of the Chinese University of Hong Kong

Lo Wing Kwan

Registered Chinese Medicine Practitioner of the Chinese Medicine Council of Hong Kong

Bachelor of Chinese Medicine of the Chinese University of Hong Kong

Chan Chui Ching

Registered Chinese Medicine Practitioner of the Chinese Medicine Council of Hong Kong

Bachelor of Chinese Medicine of the Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine

Kwok Ka Ying

Registered Chinese Medicine Practitioner of the Chinese Medicine Council of Hong Kong

Bachelor of Chinese Medicine of the University of Hong Kong