Over the years, the University has been striving to provide quality nursing education to society. In 2008, the University inaugurated the first local integrated teaching centre for general, mental and Chinese medicinal nursing, providing holistic nursing training for students. The centre was furnished with different types of simulators, control racks and recording systems which made advanced and interactive nursing skills training as well as assessment of the nursing and clinical competency of
In face of challenges brought by an aging population and the growing demand for healthcare services and healthcare professionals, a new campus HKMU Jockey Club Institute of Healthcare was inaugurated last year with the provision of technologically advanced facilities and equipment to train nursing and physiotherapy professionals. Meanwhile, the University is planning to add a number of key teaching and research facilities, including a laboratory for medical laboratory
science and a physiotherapy clinic to further expand its range of healthcare-related programmes.