Whether it is consulting with schools, international business organisations or renowned events such as the Rugby World Cup and Hong Kong Sevens, we are always willing to share our medical knowledge and expertise with local and global communities.
We are also committed to reducing energy use and waste. All OT&P clinics participate in the Earth Hour campaign and have implemented a responsible recycling program. The new IT system has helped improve our energy rating and efficiency, reducing paper and migrating to digital methods. All consultation notes and clinical information are now digital.
In 2020, OT&P Healthcare has been recognised by the Caring Company Scheme for our unwavering commitment to uplift the Hong Kong community. The Clinic has been nominated for the award on the basis of continuous effort in Caring for the Community, Caring for the Employees, and Caring for the Environment.
The Caring Company Scheme is an organisation under The Hong Kong Council of Social Service (HKCSS). The scheme's mission is to "build a cohesive society by promoting strategic partnerships among business and social service partners, and inspiring corporate social responsibility through caring for the community, employees, and the environment".
OT&P Healthcare is a long-time supporter of the Hong Kong Breast Cancer Fund. We conduct a Well Woman campaign in October annually and organise a Pink Day to support and raise funds for those who are fighting breast cancer and their families.
On this day, we encourage all our employees to wear pink, and the company makes a donation on their behalf. We also offer our female employees special prices for women’s health tests and a discount promotion for our patients. We donate a portion of these proceeds for the research of breast cancer treatments.
OT&P Healthcare's Sports Medicine department is highly involved with the Hong Kong Rugby Union. OT&P's co-founder, Dr David Owens, serves as the Chief Medical Officer for the Hong Kong Rugby Union. He has also been the Match Doctor for the famed Hong Kong Rugby Sevens tournament. Most recently, Dr Owens served as the match doctor for the Rugby World Cup 2019 for the contest between Ireland and Japan.
We are currently involved in a wide range of charity work that cover causes across Hong Kong and Asia, such as:
We are committed to serving the members of the LGBTQIA+ community who seek preeminent physical and mental health care. We provide services to patients that require LGBT support, therapy and consultations regarding sexuality or issues arising from it. Whether you have queries related to your sexuality and gender, dating and couples relationship, coming out or family relationships, we can provide insight and advice to those in need. We also take patient confidentiality very seriously so that all patients feel at ease.
Our practitioners regularly hold events, deliver lectures and get involved with the wider community to promote health education. Many of our doctors serve in honorary roles at local universities and are actively involved with teaching.
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, we have produced regular podcasts and other high-quality material to keep the public informed with the most up-to-date and evidence-based information.