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General Out-patient Clinic service for Tuen Ng Festival
 
The Hospital Authority (HA) spokesperson today (June 23) said that 13 general out-patient clinics (see table below) will provide services during Tuen Ng Festival this Thursday (June 25). Members of the public are reminded to make advance booking through the telephone system as usual for an appointment.
 
The spokesperson remarked that the Accident and Emergency (A&E) Departments in public hospitals will also operate as usual during the holiday to serve patients with urgent medical needs. As the Emergency Response Level in public hospitals has been activated in response to the latest situation of COVID-19, infection control measures have been enhanced with universal masking for all persons entering public hospitals and clinics. Non-urgent patients are advised to consider seeking consultations at general out-patient clinics, private doctors or the 24-hour clinics of private hospitals.
 
The latest A&E waiting time information is available on the HA website and in the “HA Touch” mobile app. To help find the appropriate family medicine doctor and related clinic service of their choice, members of the public are welcome to browse the Primary Care Directory of the Food and Health Bureau at www.pcdirectory.gov.hk.