Thursday, August 21, 2014   

Tuen Mun hospital rated worst for fifth year
(01-08 18:06)

The Tuen Mun Hospital ranked at the bottom for the fifth straight year in a performance audit by the Hospital Authority.
The hospital had the worst performance in the category of appointed surgical operations as its death rate was higher than expected.
Prince of Wales Hospital in Shan Tin was the poorest in terms of emergency operations, followed by Tuen Mun Hospital and Queen Elizabeth Hospital.

   
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