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牙齒衛生員的主要數據
牙齒衞生員是指按《牙科輔助人員 (牙齒衞生員)規例》(第156B章)第3條符合資格並獲香港牙醫管理委員會接納登記成為牙齒衞生員的人士。 牙齒衞生員的工作範圍主要包括清洗牙齒及刮牙、拍攝口腔X光照片及按照註冊牙醫的指示就與牙齒衞生有關的事宜提供意見。牙齒衞生員在登記後便會一直名列在名冊中,無須每年續期。截至2016年年底,全港共有424名已登記的牙齒衞生員,超過90%的牙齒衞生員在私營界別工作。約95% 的牙齒衞生員為女性,5%為男性。女性和男性的比例與2007年大致相約。
登記牙齒衛生員 424
公營及私營工作界別比例 8% : 92%
超過90%牙齒衞生員在私營界別執業。

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牙醫的主要數據
截至2016年年底,全港共有2,441 名註冊牙醫,當中有260人為專科牙醫。在港執業的牙醫有74%以上在私營界別工作, 其餘則受聘於政府牙科診所或公營醫院的口腔頜面外科及牙科部,資助機構及學術機構。註冊牙醫的年齡中位數為48歲。約32%的註冊牙醫為女性,68%為男性。在2007年,女性和男性的比例則分別為27%及73%。
註冊牙醫 2,441
註冊專科牙醫 260
牙醫人口比例 1:3,021
公營及私營工作界別比例 26% : 74%
大部分註冊牙醫在私營界別執業。

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醫生的主要數據
正式註冊醫生 14,013
臨時註冊醫生  379
有限度註冊醫生 134 
暫時註冊醫生 81
註冊專科醫生 6,797
醫生人口比例 1: 526
公營及私營工作界別比例  51%: 49%
醫管局聘請超過40%本港註冊醫生
截至2016年年底,本港共有14, 013名正式註冊醫生及134名有限度註 冊醫生,其中,有6,797人為註冊專科醫生。本港的醫生人數一直穩步上升。在1980年,本港有3,632名醫生, 到了1985年則有4,887名, 按每1,000人口計算的醫生比例分別為0.7和0.9。隨着本港第二間醫學院的成立及其首批學生於1986年取得醫科學位後,按每1,000人口計算的醫生比例在1990年進一步增至 1.1, 在 20 16 年再增至1.9。

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醫療人力規劃及發展概況

經過多年發展,香港建立了一個高效的醫療系統,為市民提供卓越的醫療服務。目前,以多個健康指標(如預期壽命和嬰兒死亡率)而言,本港都處於世界最佳水平之列。本港的醫療服務水平和質素享譽全球,在尖端醫 療科技方面穩佔領先地位,與其他先進經濟體系相比,本港的醫療服務十分出眾。

本港的醫療系統由多個專責的醫療隊伍組成。在二零一一年, 全港約有83,000名人員來自13個須進行法定註冊的醫療專業。截至二零一六年年底,有關數目已增至超過 99,000名。

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10 Career Change Myths

Posted by | 2016-04-04 | Career News

Career Myths

Career Myth #1: You can’t make a living doing something you really, truly love

This is the grand-daddy of career myths, the belief that you can’t have a “practical” career doing something that you were passionate about. It has to be one or the other.

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Hong Kong has a very well-developed health system. The Hospital Authority (HA) oversees the public health system and manages Hong Kong’s public hospitals, clincs, and community outreach services. They are in good standard but they can be very busy. If you are not assessed as emergent you might wait for hours to see a doctor. Hong Kong Identity Card holders enjoy public health care and treatment at very low costs.

The private system runs alongside the public system. It is much expensive the the public one but it offers a higher standard of care. Usually, waiting times are shorter in private facilities, you can choose you doctor, and comforts such as private and semi-private rooms are widely available.

There are 50 public hospitals and 12 private hospitals in Hong Kong.
There are also many polyclinics which offer fundamental and additional services such as dentistry.

Hong Kong Facts and Figures

Population (2013): 7,184,000
Life expectancy : 85 years (women)
83 years (men)
Birth rate : 1.11 births per woman
Beds : 5 per 1,000 people
Doctors : 1.8 per 1,000 people

Certification in Hong Kong

All doctors must register as medical practitioners with the Medical Council of Hong Kong. Except the graduates from the University of Hong Kong and the Chinese University of Hong Kong, all graduates from other medical schools who want to work as doctors in Hong Kong are required to pass the Council’s Licensing Examination and complete a period of pre-registration internship training and assessment. For more detail, please visit here.

Working in Hong Kong

Foreign doctos can apply through the General Employment Policy to work in Hong Kong. Non-residents who work in Hong Kong are liable to salaries tax. The severance payments, long service payments and jury fees are not chargable. For more detail, please visit here.

Useful Links
HK Medical Practitioner Requirements
HK Nurses Enrolment & Requirements
HK Chinese Medicine Practioner Requirements
HK Pharmacist Registration
HK Dental Licensing
HK Midwives Council
HK Social Workers Registration

Jobs for Doctors in Malaysia

Posted by | 2016-02-19 | Career News

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Jobs for Doctors in Malaysia

There are great opportunities for doctors to work in Malaysia. The Health System in Malaysia is excellent and focuses on Research, Education and Service, to provide the best outcomes for both clinicians and patients. Medical Tourism is also a very important industry in Malaysia, as it is through many parts of Asia.

Private hospital positions can be rather difficult to obtain but it is possible for suitably qualified candidates as specialists/consultants.

Lifestyle

Malay, or Bahasa Melayu is the national language. English is the second language, widely spoken, and is taught in schools. Other Languages spoken are Chinese (Mandarin, Hokkien, Teochew, Hakka, Cantonese, Khek, etc), Tamil, Thai and others.

The lifestyle here is progressively becoming more and more modern with great exposure to the western culture. In Kuala Lumpur in particular, the way of life does not stray too far away from what is happening in the Western world now.

Malaysia is the meeting point of many diverse cultures, followed by people from various parts of the world. Malaysia truly is a melting pot of diversity and beauty. It boasts beautiful beaches and ancient, unsullied landscapes – but also rapidly growing cities with cutting edge architecture and world leading shopping facilities. Despite their many different backgrounds, Malaysians live in harmony.

Weather

The country experiences tropical weather year-round. Temperatures are from 21ºC (70ºF) to 32ºC (90ºF). Higher elevations are much colder with temperatures between 15°C (59° F) to 25°C (77°F). Annual rainfall varies from 2,000mm to 2,500mm.

Religion

Islam is the official religion of the country, however Malaysia is very tolerant and other religions are widely practised.

Useful Links

Nursing Services in ASEAN
Working in ASEAN
ASEAN Mutual Recognition Arrangement on Nursing Services
Nursing Acts and Guidelines in Malaysia
Medical Specialist Working in Malaysia
List of Recognized Pharmacy Degree by Pharmacy Board Malaysia
Official Portal of the Ministry of Health in Malaysia (English)
Official Portal of the Minisry of Health in Malaysia (Bahasa Melayu)
Qualification Accreditation for Medical Officer
Qualification Accreditation for Dental Officer
Qualification Accreditation for Optician
Qualification Accreditation for Optometric

2013 Salary Index

Posted by | 2015-02-11 | Career News

Mid-point Monthly Basic Salary Monthly Allowance Fixed-rate Honorarium of
A&E Associate Consultants
(per month)
Resident HK$70,490 HK$17,330 HK$4,750
Associate
Consultant
HK$96,150 HK$33,119 HK$4,750
Consultant HK$136,550 HK$47,047 HK$2,750

Source: Healthcare manpower planning in Hong Kong