Hong Kong government’s top advisors are reviewing the controversial plan to allow more overseas-trained doctors to work in the city

Hong Kong government’s top advisors are reviewing the controversial plan to allow more overseas-trained doctors to work in the city




Top government advisors will examine a controversial plan Tuesday to allow more overseas-trained doctors to practice in Hong Kong after authorities accepted “slight modifications” to the medical sector to enlist its support. The blueprint remains largely identical to that of the boss, however, according to Executive Director Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor in February to address an acute shortage of public doctors and improve the quality of health care, according to Insider. “The government’s final proposal….

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Top government advisors will examine a controversial plan Tuesday to allow more overseas-trained doctors to practice in Hong Kong after authorities accepted “slight modifications” to the medical sector to enlist its support. The blueprint remains largely identical to that of the boss, however, according to Executive Director Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor in February to address an acute shortage of public doctors and improve the quality of health care, according to Insider. “The government’s final proposal….

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