Looking for a private hospital in Hong Kong for shorter wait lines and more personalized options? Here is your comprehensive, independent guide to the Gleneagles Hong Kong Hospital 港怡醫院.
Special COVID-19 Measures
Here are the measures Gleneagles Hospital is taking for COVID-19. 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.
Overview of Gleneagles Hong Kong Hospital
The Gleneagles Hong Kong Hospital on Hong Kong Island is a new private teaching facility which opened in early 2017. It offers state-of-the-art medical equipment and well-equipped teams. With a specialized critical care unit and advanced operation theaters for a wide range of surgeries, it provides immediate and quality professional service to patients. The University of Hong Kong partners with the Gleneagles Hospital to provide clinical training to medical students, at the same time to support clinical research of Professors or the University’s academic staff.
Main areas of expertise
Gleneagles Hong Kong has 35 specialties and subspecialties, including:
- Obstetrics & Gynecology
- General Surgery
- Ear, Nose & Throat
24-hour Outpatient and Emergency
The 24-hour outpatient and emergency department at Gleneagles Hong Kong offers medical attention around the clock to avoid irreversible health damage. In-house surgeons and medical specialists are present to ensure quality service at all times. There is an advance booking system for outpatient service if you would like to meet with a specific doctor. The outpatient department can treat patients for the following areas:
- Cardiology / Cardiothoracic Surgery
- Ear, Nose, and Throat
- General Surgery
- Neurology / Neurosurgery
- Obstetrics & Gynaecology
- Orthopaedic / Hand Surgery
- Respiratory Medicine
For more information about the outpatient service and the timetable of doctors available for booking, click here.
At Gleneagles, you can find fixed price medical examinations and quality all-inclusive packages with high-cost transparency. There is also a fee advisory service for patients considering this service. The followings are the medical packaged available:
- Cardiology / Cardiothoracic Procedures
- Endoscopic Procedures
- ENT Procedures
- General Surgery Procedures
- Gynecological Procedures
- Ophthalmic Procedures
- Oral Maxillofacial Procedures
- Orthopedic Procedures
- Respiratory Medicine Procedures
- Urological Procedures
For the costs of each medical package, click here.
To book an appointment, call 2122 1333.
Medical Insurance & Price Transparency
The hospital has partnerships with many local insurers in Hong Kong to optimize the experience for its patients. A list of the insurance companies as well as direct billing partners is available for your reference here.
It is recommended that under non-urgent situations, you contact your insurance company prior to an appointment or hospital admission.
However, if you do not have private health insurance and intend to pay for your hospitalization yourself, the Gleneagles Fee Advisory Team can arrange a meeting with you to discuss an estimate based on the procedures recommended by doctors. It is common that the final bill is slightly more expensive than the estimate due to additional procedures performed.
There are roughly 500 beds in total at Gleneagles Hong Kong Hospital with a large variety of rooms ranging from VIP suite, junior suite, private single, semi-private single, semi-private double, to standard. Within the pediatric department, semi-private double and standard rooms are available; as for the Critical Care unit, intensive care and high-dependency rooms are available. As a reference, a standard room costs HK$900 each day with an HK$20,000 deposit for Hong Kong residents and HK$40,000 for non-Hong Kong residents. There are also companion rooms available for family members needing to stay overnight at the hospital.
For more details and costs of other rooms, click here.
Here is a list of things that the Gleneagles Hospital Hong Kong suggests you to bring for a hospital stay:
- Your doctor’s referral letter
- Hong Kong Identity Card / Passport
- Documents from your insurance company/employer (only applicable to companies that have credit arrangements with the hospital)
- Closed-toe shoes
- Children: familiar toys
- Any special devices or equipment needed (ex. eyeglasses)
- Comfortable sportswear if physiotherapy is required
Medical Insurance Coverage at Gleneagles Hong Kong Hospital
Nearly all medical insurance providers in Hong Kong cover treatments by Gleneagles Hong Kong Hospital and offer direct billing options – meaning treatment is cashless and you just have to show your health insurance card. Some of the providers listed on the Gleneagles website are: AIA, Allianz, AMA Global Assistance, Amity Health, April International, Asia Insurance, AXA, Blue Cross, Bupa, CEGA, Cover-More, CPIC Allianz, Euro-center, Europ assistance, Generali, Healix, Henner, HMG, Hope Medical Co Limited, IMG, IMS, International SOS, Ken Lee, Liberty insurance, Manulife, MassMutual, MAI, Make Health Connect, Morgan Price, MSIG, Now Health international, Parkway Health, Ping an Health, Prestige International, Quality Healthcare, TY Solutions limited, UMP, UnitedHealthcare Global, William Russell, Zurich.
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How to get to Gleneagles Hong Kong Hospital?
Address: 1 Nam Fung Path, Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong
Gleneagles Hong Kong’ costs: Please review all their prices on their website under fees and charges.
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