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The Primary Care Directory (the Directory) is a web-based electronic database containing practice information and professional qualification of primary care providers in the community to facilitate the public to search for suitable primary care doctors, dentists and Chinese medicine practitioners (CMPs).

Registered doctors, dentists and practising CMPs in Hong Kong who are committed to providing directly accessible, comprehensive, continuing, co-ordinated and person-centred primary care services, are eligible for enrolment in the Directory.

I am looking for a primary care doctor, dentist or Chinese medicine practitioner who suits my need I am a Primary Care Provider Enrol in the Directory

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District Health Centre

District Health Centre

The District Health Centre is a primary healthcare initiative of the Government. Through public-private partnership, medical-social collaboration, it provides district-based primary healthcare services aiming to:

  • enhance public awareness of disease prevention and their capability in self-management of health;
  • drive healthy lifestyle for prevention of chronic disease;
  • support the chronically ill to prevent deterioration;
  • enhance client access to primary healthcare service.

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