Primary medical consultation includes consultation by a general practice medical practitioner and a three-day prescription for medication that is included in the General Medication List. For students, health tests that are recommended by the attending doctor and included in the General Health Test List will also be covered. The General Medication List and the General Health Test List will be posted at the Health Centre.
For medication and tests that are outside the general lists, the doctor will inform the patient about the additional costs and their benefits. The prescription will be provided only upon the patient’s acceptance of the additional costs.
3. Booking of appointment and registration at the Health Centre
The Health Centre operator is currently setting up an online appointment booking system for the Health Centre. A separate announcement shall be made once the system is ready. For the time being, the appointment can be made by telephone booking at 3411 2011.
When using the services of the Health Centre, students, staff and their eligible family members must present their valid University Student Card / Staff Card / Affiliate Card for registration and to enjoy the concessionary charges for their respective categories. Without a valid card, the charges for “Others” will apply regardless of whether that person has previous medical records with the Health Centre or not.
4. Panel doctor for off-campus specialist consultation, physiotherapy and general practitioner (GP) consultation
For all HKBU and HKBU-SCE full-time and part-time students, HKBU staff and eligible family members, the operator of the Health Centre offers concessionary charges for certain off-campus specialist consultation, physiotherapy and general practitioner (GP) consultation. Please contact the Health Centre on the panel lists and applicable concessionary charges.
Please note that the concessionary charges for specialist consultation and physiotherapy only apply with a referral letter issued by the general practice doctor at the Health Centre. Since charges for specialist tests and medications can be complicated and sometimes expensive, we recommend that students and staff obtain detailed information when they need to seek specialist medical advice.
Students, staff and their eligible family members are required to present their valid University Student Card / Staff Card / Affiliate Card for verification purpose.
5. Telemedicine service
6. Contacts of the Health Centre
Enquiries: 3411 7447
Appointment: 3411 2011