Last updated on July 29, 2021.
Covid-19 measures | Canossa Hospital | Evangel Hospital | Gleneagles Hospital | Adventist Hospital Stubbs Road | Adventist Hospital Tsuen Wan | Baptist Hospital | Sanatorium Hospital | Matilda International Hospital | Precious Blood Hospital | St. Paul’s Hospital | St. Teresa’s Hospital | Union Hospital | CUHK Medical Centre
Looking for a private hospital in Hong Kong? Here is your most complete guide. In Hong Kong, private hospitals allow shorter wait times and can bring more choice in terms of treatment and physicians than in a public one. Hong Kong private hospitals also focus on patient comfort, often boasting state-of-the-art technology. Lastly, many private hospitals in Hong Kong offer a religious and a whole-person wellness approach.
Special COVID-19 Measures
It is important to note that each hospital is taking different measures for COVID-19, it is best to call ahead of time with any inquiries. If you test positive for coronavirus, you will be sent to a public hospital in Hong Kong. For more information on COVID-19 testing in Hong Kong, check out our complete guide.
The below list of Hong Kong private hospitals follows the Department of Health’s order.
Canossa hospital offers medical services to the Mid-Levels community who are interested in private care. The Canossa’s mission is also to maintain Catholic medical ethics, offer holistic care and promote wellness. Canossa staff work with patient groups and health care agencies to provide comprehensive care to their patients.
Location: No. 1 Old Peak Road, Mid-Levels, Hong Kong
How to get there: Public shuttle bus or minibus, car or taxi, walk-via the escalator. Get more information here.
Costs: Review fees and charges here.
Areas of expertise: 24-hour Outpatient care, Specialist clinics, Maternity services, Pediatrics, Surgery, Diet and Nutrition services, and Physiotherapy.
Evangel Hospital is a private hospital that was established by the Chinese Christian Evangelical Society and the American Christian Evangelical Society and is a non-profit community hospital. Their purpose is religiously focused on “all-person healing” and quality medical services promoting physical, mental and spiritual health. Colleagues of the pastoral department also offer religious services as patient care with the intention of providing the whole-person treatments.
Location: 222 Argyle Street, Kowloon, Hong Kong
How to get there: MTR plus shuttle bus or minibus, car or taxi; find directions to the Broadcasting Hospital and to the community clinics here.
Costs: Review their prices details here.
Areas of expertise: Family medicine, Internal Medicine, Oncology, Dermatology, Pain Management, Psychiatry, Gastrointestinal and Hepatology, Breast/Weight Loss/Cosmetic and Plastic Surgery, Gynecology, Otolaryngology, Ophthalmology, Orthopedics, Cardiothoracic Surgery, Brain Surgery, and Urology to name a few.
Note: A key aspect of this hospital is having multiple community clinics in the city, including Sha Tin and Ngau Tau Kok.
Gleneagles Hong Kong Hospital is the newest of all Hong Kong private hospitals. Its mission is to provide Hong Kong with high quality and accessible health care services boasting state-of-the-art equipment. For instance, it includes a specialized Critical Care Unit and unique operation theaters for complex surgeries. Gleneagles Hong Kong is also an accredited private teaching hospital, which provides training and development of health care professionals, and advancement of clinical research. Indeed, the University of Hong Kong is the Gleneagles Hong Kong’s exclusive clinical partner and is responsible for clinical governance.
Location: 1 Nam Fung Path, Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong
Costs: Please review their prices on their website under “fees and charges”.
Areas of expertise: 35 specialties and subspecialties such as Neurology, Oncology, Pediatrics, Obstetrics & Gynecology, Urology, General Surgery, and Ear, Nose & Throat.
Note: Gleneagles is the only Hong Kong private hospital providing Accident & Emergency services on Hong Kong Island.
The Hong Kong Adventist Hospital in Happy Valley is a Christian non-profit healthcare organization and is part of the Adventist Health global network with a common goal of providing premiere “compassionate personalized care” to patients in all parts of the world. As the Tsuen Wan location, Adventist Hospital in Happy Valley focuses on whole-person healing and is geared towards the expat community seeking a high standard of medical care.
Location: 40 Stubbs Road, Happy Valley, Hong Kong
How to get there: Public shuttle bus, minibus, car or taxi. Get more information here.
Areas of expertise: The hospital offers inpatient and outpatient services, and specialist services in Cardiology, Oncology, Surgery, Obstetrics, and Urology to name a few. Get more info on their services here.
Hong Kong Adventist Hospital in Tsuen Wan is a non-profit hospital serving the community since 1964 and established by the Seventh-day Adventist Church. As such, it is a Christian organization with a dedicated team of passionate professionals focused on a commitment to whole-person healing.
Location: 199 Tsuen King Circuit, Tsuen Wan, N.T., Hong Kong
How to get there: Public shuttle bus, minibus, car or taxi, MTR. Get more information here.
Areas of expertise: The hospital offers inpatient and outpatient services, and specialist services in Cardiology, Gynecology, Obstetrics, Surgery, Pediatrics, Orthopedics, and Urology to name a few. Get more info on their services here.
Hong Kong Baptist Hospital belongs to the Baptist Convention of Hong Kong and is a non-profit Christian hospital that aims to provide holistic care in regards to a patients physical, emotional, and overall well-being. It also provides specialized spiritual care from their Pastoral Department. Hong Kong Baptist Hospital offers community services at the Au Shue Hung, Kai Tak and Baptist Holistic Home Care Centres. Lastly, it offers free medical check-ups and contributes to a number of charitable projects which advocate health education.
Location: 222 Waterloo Road, Kowloon, Hong Kong
How to get there: MTR Kowloon Tong Station Exit A2, bus or minibus, car or taxi; find directions here.
Costs: Review their price list here.
Areas of expertise: With ongoing development in a range of services and investments in technologies, the hospital offers more than 30 Medical Centres and Paramedical Services, Specialist Clinics and General Out Patient Department, including the Chinese Medicine Clinic and counselling and support services.
Hong Kong Sanatorium, located in Happy Valley, is known for its high-quality patient care and “Total Patient Experience”. Established in 1922 this Hong Kong private hospital strives to serve patients through advanced knowledge and expertise, as well as forward technology and state-of-the-art equipment. With top quality facilities and services, the Hong Kong Sanatorium’s motto is “Quality in Service, Excellence in Care”.
Location: 2 Village Road, Happy Valley, Hong Kong
How to get there: MTR, bus, car or taxi; get directions here.
Costs: Review price details here.
Areas of expertise: This hospital offers 24-hour outpatient services, outpatient services located at the Family Medicine Primary and Care Centre, and a range of specialized clinical services including fertility services.
Matilda prides itself on personalized patient care and boasts a experienced team, supported by state-of-the-art technology. This Hong Kong private hospital is known for charitable contribution efforts and strives to remain true to founder Granville Sharp’s vision of the hospital (“for the benefit, care and happiness of the patient”). Importantly, it also offers informative health education courses to parents and families. To get more information view the class schedule here (please note they are currently suspended due to COVID-19).
Location: 41 Mount Kellet Road, The Peak, Hong Kong
How to get there: Public shuttle bus or green minibus, hospital shuttle bus, car or taxi. Get more information here.
Costs: Review their prices and insurance details here.
Areas of expertise: Orthopedics and Spine services, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Ear, Nose and Throat, and Outpatient Services including Wellness. Get more information here.
In 1975, the Catholic Church in the United States and about 8,000 charitable people donated the George Washington Building. In 1993, the Blood Doctors Association handed over the hospital to Hong Kong Caritas Management and changed its name to “Precious Blood Hospital (Caritas)”. Precious Blood Hospital strives to be patient-oriented and of service to the community. It aims to provide effective cost-effective services for physical and mental health, disease prevention and treatments, as well as health education.
Location: 113 Castle Peak Road, Kowloon
How to get there: Public shuttle bus or green minibus, MTR Sham Shui Po Station Exit D2, or car or taxi. Get more information here.
Costs: Review their price lists here.
Areas of expertise: Gynecology and Obstetrics, Breast Care, Pediatrics, Brain/ Cardiac/Pediatric Surgery, Urology, Cardiology, Neurology, as well as, Psychiatric and Occupational Therapy, and Internal Medicine. Find more information here.
St. Paul’s Hospital was founded in 1898 by the Sisters of St. Paul de Chartres and is located in Causeway Bay. This Hong Kong private hospital is religious and offers comprehensive and acute services to their patient’s encapsulating advancements in their facilities through modern technology and on-site support services.
Location: 2 Eastern Hospital Road, Causeway Bay
How to get there: Public shuttle bus, MTR, taxi or car.
Costs: Review price details here.
Areas of expertise: St. Paul’s Hospital offers 24-hour outpatient services, as well as, specialty services such as Cardiology, Endoscopy, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Surgery, Urology, Radiation, and Rehabilitation centres to name a few.
St. Teresa’s Hospital was founded in 1940 by the Congregation of the Sisters of St. Paul de Chartres, and is a religious entity. Through its development it has transpired into a well-established private hospital and aims to provide quality cost-effective services to the general public. St. Teresa’s Hospital also provides holistic care, promotes wellness, and works closely with patient groups and health care agencies for the good of their patients.
Location: 327 Prince Edward Road, Kowloon, Hong Kong
How to get there: MTR, public bus or minibus, car or taxi-find directions here. Dial-a-ride service is available via +852- 2817-8154.
Costs: Please review their prices here.
Areas of expertise: Providing inpatient and outpatient services, you can view their comprehensive service list here. Specialty services include Oncology, Endoscopy, Obstetrics & Gynecology, to name a few.
Union Hospital is a Hong Kong private hospital located in the New Territories and is dedicated to providing high-quality medical care to Hong Kong residents, with reliable, tailored, and affordable services. Union Hospital has a long list of awards and accreditations and strives to become a sustainable and reliable private hospital model in South China.
Location: 18 Fu Kin Street, Tai Wai, Sha Tin, New Territories
Costs: Please review their fees and service charges here.
Areas of expertise: Reproductive Services, Breast Care and Treatment, Cardiology, General/ Plastic/ Neuro Surgery, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Pediatrics, Oncology, as well as, Mental Health and Internal Medicine services. Get more information on their services here.
CUHK Medical Centre is the first non-profit private hospital wholly owned by a university in Hong Kong. Located in the New Territories, CUHK Medical Centre started operating on January 6, 2021. While continuously scaling up its capacity, this newly opened private hospital has made a name for itself with its avant-garde technology and high-quality, budget medical services. It upholds a patient-centered founding principle to bridge the gap between private and public healthcare.
Location: 9 Chak Cheung Street, Shatin, New Territories, Hong Kong
How to get there: MTR, bus, airport bus, car or taxi. Get more information here.
Costs: Please review their package fees and service charges here.
Areas of expertise: Family Medicine, General Medicine, Surgery, Gastroenterology and Hepatology, ENT, Cardiology, Orthopaedics & Traumatology, Gynaecology, Urology, Neurology, Neuro-surgery, Plastic Surgery, Respiratory Medicine, Nephrology, Psychiatry, Oncology and Infectious disease. Get more information on their services here.
This article was updated in June 2021.
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