The Complete 2019 Guide to Union Hospital 仁安醫院 in Hong Kong

Looking to visit a private hospital in Hong Kong for shorter wait lines and more personalised options? Here is your comprehensive, independent guide to Union Hospital 仁安醫院 in Hong Kong.

Overview

Located in Sha Tin (New Territories), Union Hospital is an established private hospital which provides high quality medical care in Hong Kong. Its reliable and personalized care attracts many local residents and expatriates. Union Hospital has accumulated awards and accreditations from local and international organizations including the Australian Council on Healthcare Standards. Union strives to become a trusted medical facility not just for Hong Kong but southern China.

In 2006, Union hospital did major renovations, expanding its facility to include 4 new floors and an extra 107 beds. Other additions include its main facility include a Minimally Invasive Centre, Day Therapy Centre, Surgical Ward, and the 5-star-hotel-like Private Ward.

Awards and Distinctions of Union Hospital

Union has consistently received awards for its services, with the most recent one being the Capital Weekly service Award in the category of “Health-care” service in 2018. There are several reasons that explain Union Hospital’s unique and innovative reputation. These reasons include Union Hospital’s comfort (decoration and services), flat rate pricing strategy (the only private hospital with this policy), CUHK collaboration to offer constant training to its doctors, and lastly public and private hospital collaboration.

Main areas of expertise 

  • Reproductive Services
  • Breast Care and Treatment
  • Cardiology
  • General/ Plastic/ Neurosurgery
  • Obstetrics and Gynecology
  • Pediatrics
  • Oncology
  • Mental Health and Internal Medicine services

Get more information on their services here.

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Inpatient services and costs at Union Hospital

Union Hospital offers a highly comfortable environment for all of its patients, with private rooms, semi-private rooms with 2-3 beds, standard rooms with 4-14 beds, and a day therapy center. In all of its rooms, there are en-suite facilities, TVs, landlines, refrigerators, bathrooms, wardrobes, nurse call systems, and in-room dining services. All beds are electrically adjustable.

A 4-6 bedded standard room has a daily room rate between HK$600-HK$800. For all other room charges, click here.

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Surgery at Union Hospital

There are 16 modern operating rooms designed for both routine and emergency surgeries. 4 operation rooms are equipped with endo-suites facilities for minimally invasive surgeries, 4 are for day-cases, and the remaining 8 are for general surgeries. The state-of-the-art equipment allows Union to support surgeries ranging from minor to extremely rare.

The hospital started its set-price operation packages, a new concept to private hospitals in Hong Kong. This allows for price transparency of medical services and provides better resources for budgeting and payment. For more information on the different operation packages, click here.

Outpatient clinics at Union Hospital

Along with outpatient services on-site in the main facility located in Tai Wai, New Territories, there are also associated clinics in Ma On Shan, Tseung Kwan O, Tsim Sha Tsui, Tsuen Wan, and Science Park. All the clinics are equipped with high-quality equipment that allows patients to attend follow-up consultations at any of the clinics in addition to the main Hospital.

Ma On Shan Polyclinic

For the timetable of its Specialists Consultation Sessions, click here. Location: Shop Nos. G-3, 52-54 & 69-70 G/F, Mostown Street, 8 On Shing Street, Ma On Shan, N.T.

Tel: 2608 3377

Fax: 2631 5055

Tseung Kwan O Polyclinic

For the timetable of its Specialists Consultation Sessions, click here. Location : Shop No. 101 – 102, Level 1 Metro City Plaza III, Shopping Arcade, Tseung Kwan O (Po Lam MTR Station Exit A1)

Tel: 2721 0100

Fax: 3194 6247

Tsim Sha Tsui Polyclinic

For the timetable of its Specialists Consultation Sessions, click here. Location : Unit 1802, 18F, Mira Place Tower A, 132 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon

Tel: 2375 3323

Fax: 2375 6623

Tsuen Wan Polyclinic

For the timetable of its Specialists Consultation Sessions, click here. Location : Room 1204 – 1206 & 1209 – 1210, 12/F, KOLOUR – Tsuen Wan I, 68 Chung On Street,Tsuen Wan, N.T

Tel: 2608 3399

Fax: 2375 7791

Science Park Polyclinic

Location : Unit S073, G/F, Building 12W, Hong Kong Science Park, Shatin, N.T

Tel: 2662 6388

Fax: 2668 2822

How is medical insurance coverage at Union Hospital?

Nearly all medical insurance providers in Hong Kong cover treatments by Union Hospital and offer direct billing options – meaning treatment is cashless and you just have to show your health insurance card : Aetna, AIA, AXA, ALC, A Plus International, April, Bupa, Cigna, FWD, Generali, Liberty Insurance, Prudential, Manulife, Now Health, William Russell, etc.

Do I have the right medical insurance in Hong Kong?

Looking for experts in health insurance? Contact AD MediLink today at [email protected] or +852 2296 9773 for a quote with expert and unbiased advice. The AD MediLink team is expert in medical insurance and uniquely trained on the Hong Kong healthcare system (public and private) to answer all your questions.

How to get to Union Hospital?

Location: 18 Fu Kin Street, Tai Wai, Sha Tin, New Territories

How to get there: Public shuttle bus or green minibus. There is a free shuttle bus to the hospital from the Tai Wai MTR Station schedule here. Car or private taxi find directions here.

Costs: Please review their fees and service charges here.

If you want to learn more about Union Hospital in Hong Kong, visit its website here

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This article was independently written by Healthy Matters and is not sponsored. It is informative only and not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. It should not be relied upon for specific medical advice.