The first of its kind in Hong Kong, Bupa’s HealthPro Concierge Service gives you access to a 24-hour Healthline where you can receive professional healthcare support and assistance1. If you are admitted to a private hospital in Hong Kong, a personal Care Manger will support you through your hospitalisation, making sure that you are well looked after every step of the way.
You can call Bupa's 24/7 Healthline for guidance on health-related queries, from how to care for a sick child or elderly relative to discussing your symptoms, diagnosis and treatment options. Bupa's professionals can also provide preventive health information at any time, including tips on caring for babies and young children, aging, stress relief and wellness. A team of qualified nurses and health management professionals, supported by doctors, are ready to answer your call in English, Cantonese or Mandarin 24 hours a day1.
The team will provide referrals of recommended doctors based on your condition and needs, and help to make appointments with your desired doctor.
A personal Care Manager will help you navigate every step of your treatment and recovery, from overseeing your treatment and costs to arranging rehabilitation care.
You can obtain an expert second medical opinion of your diagnosis and treatment options for serious illnesses from a panel of medical specialists.
The personalised programme for chronic conditions like diabetes and hypertension will offer lifestyle coaching and follow up services to help you manage your condition proactively.
The team will help to make the necessary arrangements if you plan to seek treatment outside of Hong Kong or require non-emergency medical services while travelling.
Mainland China residents can call the 24-hour toll-free Mandarin hotline for one-stop assistance with arranging medical appointments for healthcare services in Hong Kong, as well as travel logistics.
If you are ill or injured overseas and require in-patient treatment, you can access a range of medical assistance services including payment guarantee or advancement of the hospital admission deposit, evacuation to the nearest hospital or direct repatriation back to your home country with the costs of evacuation and repatriation covered if appropriate and medically necessary.