Prince of Wales Hospital
|Prince of Wales Hospital Information|
Prince of Wales Hospital is a public hospital located in Shatin, which is a regional acute hospital serving New Territories East. It covers the largest geographical area amongst the seven clusters of the Hospital Authority.
Prince of Wales Hospital was established in 1984, with currently nine major medical buildings, including Main Clinical Block and Trauma Centre (Ward A,B,C), Special Block (Block EF), Day Treatment Block (Block HKLM), Li Ka Shing Specialist Clinic, Eye Centre, etc, providing over 1,300 beds. Below show the location of major department:Main Clinical Block and Trauma Centre
12/F: Medical Ward / Infectious Disease Ward
11/F: Medical Ward
10/F: Medical Ward / Poison Treatment Centre
Medical Ward (Coronary Care Unit / High Dependency Unit)
9/F : Orthopaedic Ward
8/F : Surgical Ward
7/F : Medical Ward (Stroke Unit)/ Neurosurgery High Dependency Unit
6/F : Private Ward
5/F : Intensive Care Unit
4/F : Intensive Care Unit
Integrated Ward (Eye / ENT Head & Neck / Dental)
2/F : Emergency Medical Ward
G/F : Accident & Emergency Department Special Block (Block EF)
9/F : Private Maternity Ward
8/F : Postnatal Ward
7/F : Antenatal Ward
6/F : Delivery Suite
5/F : Obstetrics & Gynaecology Day Ward
Day Treatment Block & Children Wards (Block HKLM)
Prince of Wales Hospital is also a teaching hospital for the Chinese University of Hong Kong, and establishes Obstetric training school for nurses.
Address: 30-32 Ngan Shing Street, Shatin, N.T.
Prince of Wales Hospital Telephone: 2632 2211
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|Prince of Wales Hospital How to reach by MTR|
5 minutes walk from Exit B, City One Station.
|Prince of Wales Hospital Directions by Bus and Mini-bus|
Sha Tin started to develop in 1970. To accommodate Sha Tin New Town development and increasing population, Government began to build a full-scale hospital in late 1970s. Hospital officially opened in 1984, started up with 5 buildings including main block, special buildings, professor building, medical building and specialist clinics. To meet the demand, hospital renovated and expanded several times. The expansion in 2007 rebuilt tennis courts and helipad to a 13-storey building, opened in 2010.
In order to strengthen the cooperation between hospitals and increase efficiency in managing patients, Hospital Authority Kowloon Central Cluster was established in October 2001, serving Sha Tin, Tai Po and Northern Districts. It covers the largest geographical area amongst the seven clusters of the Hospital Authority with population around 1.1 million. Concentrated on acute and comprehensive specialist inpatient services.
Hospitals and medical institutions in New Territories East Cluster included:
Alice Ho Miu Ling Nethersole Hospital, Tai Po Hospital, North District Hospital, Shatin Hospital, Shatin Cheshire Home, Bradbury Hospice.