Wednesday, October 1, 2008

Nam Long Hospital

Nam Long Hospital was a hospital in Hong Kong. Specializing in cancer treatment it closed in 2003 .

Matilda International Hospital

Matilda Hospital was built as a result of the last will and testament of Granville Sharp, the husband of Matilda.

Originally from the UK, the couple travelled a long way, encountering many adventures along their way, before arriving in Hong Kong.

The hospital admitted its first patients in 1907, at that time providing free care to mainly expatriates. The original building, which is still in use today, is outstandingly beautiful, as is the hospital's location on "the Peak" on Hong Kong island.

In the past it was known as the Matilda Memorial & War Hospital, but nowadays, it has been renamed Matilda International Hospital, and is a not-for-profit hospital serving all the people of Hong Kong and the wider region. It provides four core services: maternity, surgical, health assessment and health services.

A new clinic was opened in the Central area of Hong Kong to mark the hospital's centenary celebration in 2007.

Matilda International Hospital maintains very high clinical, governance and educational standards, and is surveyed and accredited bi-annually by the Trent Accreditation Scheme of the United Kingdom, a major international healthcare accreditation group.


Scenes in the Oscar-winning movie, "", were filmed at the Matilda hospital.

MacLehose Medical Rehabilitation Centre

MacLehose Medical Rehabilitation Centre is a and long term care hospital above Sandy Bay in Hong Kong. Founded in 1984 by the Hong Kong Society for Rehabilitation, it has 150 medical rehabilitation beds, including 20 beds for day rehabilitation service. It is affiliated with the Li Ka Shing Faculty of Medicine, the University of Hong Kong, providing clinical attachment opportunities for its medical students.

The hospital is named after former Governor of Hong Kong Murray MacLehose, Baron MacLehose of Beoch

List of hospitals in Hong Kong

This is a list of hospitals and other medical facilities in Hong Kong.

Hospitals and institutions managed by the Hospital Authority

Hong Kong West Cluster

*Tsan Yuk Hospital
*Tung Wah Hospital
*Tung Wah Group of Hospitals - Fung Yiu King Hospital
*The Duchess of Kent Children's Hospital at Sandy Bay
*MacLehose Medical Rehabilitation Centre
*Grantham Hospital
*Nam Long Hospital

Hong Kong East Cluster

*Pamela Youde Nethersole Eastern Hospital
*Tang Shiu Kin Hospital
*Ruttonjee Hospital
*Tung Wah Eastern Hospital
*St. John Hospital
*Cheshire Home, Chung Hom Kok
*Wong Chuk Hang Hospital

Kowloon Central Cluster

*Kowloon Hospital
*Hong Kong Buddhist Hospital
*HK Red Cross Blood Transfusion Service
*Hong Kong Eye Hospital
*Rehabaid Centre

Kowloon West Cluster

*Kwong Wah Hospital
*TWGHs Wong Tai Sin Hospital
*Our Lady of Maryknoll Hospital
*Caritas Medical Centre
*Kwai Chung Hospital
*Yan Chai Hospital

Kowloon East Cluster

*United Christian Hospital
*Haven of Hope Hospital
*Tseung Kwan O Hospital

New Territories East Cluster

*Prince of Wales Hospital
*Shatin Hospital
*Cheshire Home, Shatin
*Bradbury Hospice
*Alice Ho Miu Ling Nethersole Hospital
*Tai Po Hospital
*North District Hospital

New Territories West Cluster

*Tuen Mun Hospital
*Pok Oi Hospital
*Castle Peak Hospital
*Siu Lam Hospital

Private hospitals

*Hong Kong Adventist Hospital
*Hong Kong Baptist Hospital
*Hong Kong Central Hospital
*Hong Kong Sanatorium and Hospital
*Matilda International Hospital
*Precious Blood Hospital
*Tsuen Wan Adventist Hospital

General Out-Patient Clinics

Hong Kong Island

*Aberdeen Jockey Club Clinic
*Sai Ying Pun Jockey Club General Outpatient Clinic
*Shau Kei Wan Jockey Club Clinic
*Violet Peel Health Centre


*Central Kowloon Health Centre
*Cheung Sha Wan Jockey Club General Out-patient Clinic
*Kwun Tong Jockey Club Health Centre
*Lady Trench General Out-patient Clinic
*Li Po Chun General Out-patient Clinic
*Robert Black General Out-patient Clinic
*Yau Ma Tei Jockey Club Clinic
*Ngau Tau Kok Jockey Club Health Centre

New Territorries

*Lek Yuen Health Centre
*Ma On Shan Health Centre
*Shek Wu Hui Jockey Club Clinic
*Tai Po Jockey Club Clinic
*Tseung Kwan O Po Ning Rd, Health Centre
*Tung Chung General Out-patient Clinic
*Tsing Yi Cheung Hong General Outpatient Clinic
*Tuen Mun Clinic
*Yuen Long Jockey Club Health Centre
*Tin Shui Wai Health Centre

Teaching Hospitals

University of Hong Kong

* The Duchess of Kent Children's Hospital at Sandy Bay
* Grantham Hospital
* MacLehose Medical Rehabilitation Centre
* Queen Mary Hospital, Hong Kong
* Ruttonjee Hospital
* Tsan Yuk Hospital
* Tung Wah Hospital

Open University of Hong Kong

* Hong Kong Sanatorium and Hospital - Nursing
* Hong Kong Baptist Hospital - Nursing

of the Chinese University of Hong Kong

* Prince of Wales Hospital
* Hong Kong Eye Hospital
* Tai Po Hospital
* United Christian Hospital

Defunct hospitals

*British Military Hospital, Hong Kong
*Royal Naval Hospital

Kwong Wah Hospital

Kwong Wah Hospital is a major hospital in of Hong Kong. It is located at in Yau Ma Tei.

The hospital began in 1911 as a Chinese medicine hospital operated by a local charity body. After the hospital merged with Tung Wah Hospital and Tung Wah Eastern Hospital to form the Tung Wah Group of Hospitals, Kwong Wah gradually became a full scale hospital in both Chinese and Western medicine.

In the early days, the hospital offered medical service free of charge to those who could not afford it, with funding provided by local merchants. These traditions continue today.

The formly Main Hall Building of Kwong Wah Hospital is preserved and housing the Tung Wah Group of Hospitals Museum.


Ma Ying-jeou, the current President of the Republic of China, namely Chinese Nationalist Party, was born in this hospital in 1950. This information is displayed in the Museum in the Hospital.

Kwai Chung Hospital

Kwai Chung Hospital is a psychiatric hospital in Ha Kwai Chung, Hong Kong. Located near Princess Margaret Hospital, it provides 1372 psychiatric beds and serves the population of Kowloon, Kwai Chung, Tsing Yi, Tsuen Wan, Tung Chung and .

Apart from in-patient psychiatric services for adult psychiatric patients, it also develops psychiatric specialty services which include Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Services, Psychogeriatric Services, Community Psychiatry, Consultation Liaison Services, Substance Abuse Assessment Unit and Psychiatric Unit for Learning Disabilities.

The hospital also provides out-patient department and day hospital services for psychiatric patients in West Kowloon Psychiatric Centre, East Kowloon Psychiatric Centre and Yaumatei Psychiatric Centre.

The hospital is reachable by Lai King Hill Road.

Kowloon Hospital

Kowloon Hospital is a general care hospital at Prince Edward Road in Mong Kok of Kowloon in Hong Kong

The hospital used to be an acute hospital with accident and emergency service. It was later converted to a chronic hospital to provide extended supportive care to patients from . The hospital has specialist services in psychiatry, rehabilitation, respiratory medicine and geriatrics. The respiratory medicine unit provides teaching opportunities for medical students from the Li Ka Shing Faculty of Medicine, University of Hong Kong.

With 1,275 beds, the hospital was the first to establish a rehabilitation unit in Hong Kong.