What We Offer
Having vaccination can help us develop our immunity and protect us against certain diseases.
We offer various health screening programme which provide preventive healthcare to people of all ages.
We provide multi-disciplinary specialists services, including cardiology, clinical oncology and general surgery.
2022-2023 influenza vaccine (flu shot and nasal spray) is available. You may consider receiving the vaccine by nasal spray depending on your health condition and need.
Starting from Oct 1st 2022, Marina Medical is appointed as one of the Private Clinic COVID-19 Vaccination Stations for Sinovac "CoronaVac" Covid-19 Vaccination (eligible for individuals age six months or above).
Our specialist in family medicine, Dr Ivan Chow, talked about the historical revolution of insulin and myths about diabetes treatment in Health Plus (2022, vol.238)
Our specialist in family medicine, Dr Ivan Chow, talked about family medical history and personal health in South China Morning Post (6 Mar, 2022).
Eligible Hong Kong residents, including adults aged 18 or above and children aged 3 to 17 years old, could receive free vaccination (Sinovac only) at our Central clinic.
Monkeypox is a rare zoonotic disease that has been currently identified around the world. It is mainly found in the European countries, US, Canada, and Australia. Though the disease is not often to be reported in Hong Kong, it is something that we need to be aware of.
Have you ever felt stomachache or tummy pain before an interview? Do you have bowel urgency before an examination? Do you have a faster heartbeat when you are presenting or giving a speech? Why do we react like so?
What are the types of vaccination available? How do they differ from each other? When will the vaccine be ready for us?
The average woman depending on her racial ethnicity has a one in 6~9 chance of developing breast cancer during her lifetime, based on a life expectancy of 85 years. Studies have shown that regular screening of women with no symptoms has decreased the number of women who die from breast cancer by approximately 45 percent.