HEALTHCARE | Staff Reporter, Hong Kong

Clearbridge Health expands Hong Kong presence with 1,500 sqft clinic

The new clinic features a dedicated space to hold educational health talks for medical tourist agents and patients.

Integrated healthcare company Clearbridge Health has expanded its primary healthcare presence in Hong Kong with a new and larger clinic in Causeway Bay to serve more domestic patients and medical tourists, an announcement revealed.

The size of its new clinic has increased to 1,500 sqft from its existing 800 sqft that served an estimated 350 patients per month, of which the majority are medical tourists from China.

The new clinic can accommodate more visiting physicians and specialists such as obstetricians, gynaecologists and gastroenterologists, as well as provide a wider range of medical and health screening services to meet the growing medical needs of this market segment.

“In addition, there is a dedicated space within the new clinic to hold educational health talks and events for medical tourist agents and patients to have a better understanding and knowledge on various third party world-class medical services and solutions,” the firm said.

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According to Jeremy Yee, executive director and CEO of Clearbridge, Hong Kong’s proximity to China has been a boost for medical tourism.

“Through collaborations with insurance companies and healthcare partners, we are seeing increasing demand for our primary healthcare services from this market segment,” he commented. 

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