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Start preparing flu season, get your free flu vaccine

The 20/21 "Vaccination Subsidy Scheme" will be launched on October 8, 2020. Human Health will provide a free dose of quadrivalent influenza vaccine to eligible Hong Kong residents under the Government subsidy program.

Eligible persons include:
✅Pregnant woman
✅Children (6 months to under 12 years old) or;  
  Children 12 years of age or older but still attending primary schools in Hong Kong
✅Person of age 50 or above
✅Intellectually disabled
✅Recipients of Disability Allowance
✅receipients of standard rate of "100% Disabled" or "Requiring Constant Attendance" Under CSSA

Citizens who are interested in receiving flu vaccines this quarter can visit any our medical centres to register for themselves and their family members as needed.

Others are charged at $240 per person.

Coronavirus Test (COVID-19)

This is the announce that Human Health has participated in the Enhanced Laboratory Surveillance Programme by the Centre of Health Protection. All of our medical centres with General Practice provide the coronavirus (COVID-19) test. The test uses "RT-PCR" technology, which has higher sensitivity than general antibodies quick test. The virus can be detected even if the sample contains only a very trace amount of viral genes. In addition, more than 90% of patients show ground glass opacity in their Lung X-rays. Lung X-rays and low-dose CT Scan can more clearly rule out related risks.  


Who is this test suitable for?

Asymptomatic but afraid / suspected infection*

More likely to infect high-risk individuals (elderly and chronically ill) *

People with symptoms such as fever and upper respiratory infections

People currently under home quarantine *




* Persons in this group are not suitable to participate in the " Enhanced Laboratory Surveillance Programme " and will be referred to a private laboratory


Test results are affected by patient infection, sampling method and sample delivery



For charges and sample collection arrangements, please contact us.

Strengthens Infection Control Measures Against Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

In response to the HKSAR Government activation of emergency response level of the novel coronavirus infection, Human Health will further enhance relevant infection control measures based on the latest situation.


In order to ensure the health and safety of the patients and employees, we have formulated and implemented further infection control measures. Our medical staff and administrative team adopted health declaration and inspection; medical centres staff take daily temperature screening and wear surgical masks and goggles, as well as relevant protective equipment, perform frequent hand washing and maintain good personal hygiene as required by medical procedures. In addition, we will continue to disinfect the medical center on a regular basis in accordance with internal guidelines.


For all patients who arrive at the medical centre, we will perform temperature check and remind them to wear surgical masks and hand disinfection. Assistance will be provided to those when need. When an individual is found fulfilling the reporting criteria of "Severe Respiratory Disease associated with a Novel Infectious Agent", we will isolate the suspected case, report to Centre for Health Protection and carry out thorough disinfection of clinic afterwards.


To minimise the risk of community-based transmission, we support Enhanced Laboratory Surveillance Programme by the Centre of Health Protection to help identifying cases earlier. All of our General Practice medical centres provide the coronavirus (COVID-19) test.


We will continue to monitor the situation and liaise with the Centre for Health Protection to make appropriate arrangements.




​Special arrangement of the opening hours during Lunar New Year Holidays
Colorectal Cancer Screening Programme (The Second Phase has been launched)

Our group has participated in the colorectal cancer screeing programme.


The second phase has been launched for eligible aged between 56 and 75 (born in the years 1942 to 1957).  For more detail, please contact us.

Garnered the "Most Valuable Companies in Hong Kong - Industry Leading Health and Wellness Leader" Award by "Mediazone Group"

The Awards and Disruptive Forum organized by the renowned digital magazine Mediazone Hong Kong's Most Valuable Companies was successfully held at the Gold Coast Hotel on December 12. In the evening, Human Health was awarded the "Most Valuable Companies in Hong Kong - Industry Leading Health and Wellness Leader" Value Service Award 2019, witnessed by a number of companies, in recognition of the company's past efforts and contributions to promoting medical health services.

"Marathon Preparation – How Running Affects your Body and Heart" seminar has been successfully completed.

Marathon are gaining popularity in recent years. As running a marathon demands extreme endurance, it could put your body and heart under strain and therefore it is not for everyone.

Runners have to be well-prepared by understanding the body condition, and knowing how to prevent common running injuries.

Human Health held a seminar, "Marathon Preparation – How Running Affects your Body and Heart", on November 4, 2019 at the Hong Kong Culture Centre. The speaker, cardiologist Dr. Li Cho Shan, Hong Kong Registered Physiotherapists Mr. Chiu Cheuk Pong, Bond and Mr. Poon Tsz Hin, shared the cardiac risks associated with marathon running, and pre- and post-race strategies.

Announces FY2019 Annual Results
New Chatbot Feature on Website

We have launched a chatbot with human intelligence to help user look for medical services and centres in a more simple, easy and interactive way. (Only available in Chinese Version)

"The Health Implications of Snoring & Bad Sleep" seminar has been successfully completed.

Sleep apnea is one of the common diseases nowadays in Hong Kong. It affects both genders, but it is predominantly associated with males. Only a few sufferers, however, realize they are affected.


Human Health held a seminar, “The Health Implications of Snoring & Bad Sleep”, on August 8, 2019 at the Hong Kong Science Park. The speaker, family physician Dr. Kwong Kin Hung, introduced sleep apnea by explaining the causes, different types of diagnosis and treatment options, to help the staff of the Park having more fundamental understanding on sleep apnea.