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1982

Set-up of Good Neighbour Program

Predecessor of Sau Mau Ping 'Good Neighbour Network', the 'Good Neighbour Programme' was established by the Chaplaincy of United Christian Hospital to mobilise volunteers to help the rehabilitated patients from 1982.
 

1/1984

Kwun Tong Occupational Community Health Centre launched its Dental Unit

The Dental Unit of Occupational Community Health Centre of KTCHP, which was donated by Rotary Club, was officially opened.
 

7/1984

KTCHP was awarded for the Anti-smoking Campaign

KTCHP was presented with a 'Certificate of Appreciation' by the Government's Anti-smoking Publicity Campaign Steering Committee for the efforts and contribution made in the well received anti-smoking activities.
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10/1984

Launching of Diabetes Club

The Club served people with diabetes, to provide continued education on diabetes care & management, and to strive for optimal control and prevention of diabetes mellitus complication.

6/1985

Opening of Yau Tong People's Health Cooperative

Official Opening Ceremony of Yau Tong People's Health Cooperative of KTCHP was held on 8 June 1985, with renovation cost donated by the Lions Clubs International District 303.
 

4/1986

Opening of SMPCHC (Extension II)

Opening of the Extension II of SMPCHC marked the expansion of services provided by KTCHP. Renovation of the Centre was sponsored by the Lions Club.

6/1987

Community Health Centres introduced Community Mental Health and Occupational Therapy Counseling Service


 

7/1988

Adult health check participants reached 10,000

4/1989

Introduction of Acupuncture Quit-smoking Course

 

8/1989

Introduction of Adolescent Health Maintenance Program

8/1991

Kwun Tong Occupational Community Health Centre was renamed as Kwun Tong Community Health Centre (KTCHC)

'Kwun Tong Occupational Community Health Centre' was renamed as 'Kwun Tong Community Health Centre', dispelling the general public's misconception that the centre was confined to the occupational health issues.