OUE Lippo Healthcare, CUHK to operate the international medical centre | Healthcare Asia Magazine
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Signees (Left to Right): Professor Zee Chung Ying Benny, Director (Office of Research and Knowledge Transfer Services), Chinese University of Hong Kong, Mdm Cui Meisong, General Manager of China Merchants Lippo Hospital Management (Shenzhen) Limited Witnesses (Left to Right): Professor Justin Wu, Associate Dean (Health Systems), Faculty of Medicine, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Professor Francis Chan, Dean, Faculty of Medicine, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Prof. Rocky Tuan, Vice-Chancellor & President, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Mr John Lee, Managing Director and CEO, Lippo Limited, Mr Yet Kum Meng, CEO, OUE Lippo Healthcare Limited, Mdm Wen Yanhong, General Manager, China Merchants Guanyi, China Merchants Shekou

OUE Lippo Healthcare, CUHK to operate the international medical centre

Prince Bay Hospital is seen to be commissioned in 2024 with over 200 beds. 

To serve the population of Greater Bay Area, OUE Lippo Healthcare’s (OULH) JV firm, China Merchants Lippo Hospital Management inked an agreement with the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) to operate global medical centre in Prince Bay Hospital.

CUHK will be in charge of management consultancy services for developing, commissioning, clinical governance, and managing the centre in Shenzhen China Merchants-Lippo Prince Bay Hospital in Shekou, Shenzhen.

The university will also help in the development of Prince Bay IMC including “manpower planning of doctors, development of clinical specialties, clinical governance, operating system and workflow development.”

CUHK will also facilitate the credentialing and provision of education for healthcare professionals providing services in the Prince Bay IMC, as well as the development of a green channel for cross-border referral to hospitals within the network of CUHK and its affiliated hospitals. 

OUELH CEO Yet Kum Meng said they believe that CUHK will help Prince Bay Hospital’s healthcare service offerings to grow.

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