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The influenza season is about to begin. We should help elderly to prevent contracting the illness. Seasonal Influenza vaccination is one of the effective and safe means to prevent seasonal influenza and its complications. It reduces influenza related hospitalisation and death. Since it takes about two weeks after vaccination for the body to develop antibodies to protect against the influenza virus infection, it is advised to get vaccinated at least two weeks before the start of the influenza season. For details on seasonal influenza vaccination, please click here.

The Elderly Health Centre’s Government Vaccination Programme 2020/21 will commence on 22 October 2020. From 2 November 2020, Elderly Health Centre non-members can receive seasonal influenza vaccination service at 15 Elderly Health Centres. For details, please refer to Government Vaccination Programme 2020/21 in Elderly Health Centres.
Professional Advice
organ donation

Organ transplant has become the only hope for some patients with organ failure in order to live on and to bring a new life, active support for organ donation by members of the public is critically important.
Diabetes Mellitus

Diabetes Mellitus is a chronic metabolic disease. The pancreas does not produce enough insulin or the body cannot use insulin effectively.
Dietary management

Dietary management is important for people with Diabetes Mellitus for blood glucose control and the prevention or delay of the onset of complications.
What's New
Together, We Fight the Virus!
20 November 2020 New
29 October 2020 New
  • All 18 Elderly Health Centres will resume normal opening hours starting from 2 November 2020. The services, including non-booking appointments, will be gradually resumed. For details, please press here.
15 October 2020 New
30 September 2020
22 September 2020