Training and equipping our future healthcare leaders with knowledge and skills is a top priority at HKSH. In 2016, we have embarked on a training programme known as “Project 100” to provide on-the-job training to staff members. So far, more than 350 nurses and allied health professionals have benefitted from training via clinical attachments at prestigious institutions overseas, such as the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), Johns Hopkins, University of Toronto and University of Melbourne. Not only can their knowledge base and expertise be enhanced but also introduce best practices from abroad to the Hospital, hence ensuring continuous service improvement.
Following that, the “Service Enhancement Programme” was launched in 2020 to allow staff to apply what they have learned at their workplaces. They are encouraged to initiate improvement proposals in terms of patient service, human resources, training, logistics, etc. to enhance the Group’s development and quality of services being up to our clients' expectations.
The strength and depth of an organisation depend on its constituents and Project 100 was precisely conceived and implemented to continue to inspire our leaders of tomorrow.