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St. Teresa's Hospital Information
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St. Teresa's Hospital Information

St. Teresa's hospital is a private Catholic hospital located in Kowloon city, and it is the first private hospital in Kowloon district. St. Teresa's Hospital was founded in 1940the Sisters of St. Paul de Chartres, which is their second hospital in Hong Kong, where the first one is St. Paul's hospital established in 1898.

Over almost seven decades of development, current buildings of St. Teresa's Hospital include Main Block, North Wing, South Wing and East Wing, with around 700 beds, providing obstetrics & gynecology, in-patient healthcare and 24-hour out-patient services. Other facilities include Medical Centres, Chapel, School of Nursing and Teresa's Garden.

9/F : Canteen
8/F : Semi-Private Ward, 3 Bedded Ward (801-826)
7/F : Private Ward (701-724)
6/F : General Medical Ward (610-614)
5/F : General Surgical Ward (501-514)
4/F : Paediatric Ward, 3 Bedded Ward
3/F : Obstetrics & Gynaecology Department (300-330)
  Neonatal Unit
2/F : Operating Theatre
  Heart & Diagnostic Centre
  Special Care Unit (201-223)
1/F : Hearth Screening & Diagnostic Centre
G/F : Rehabilitation Centre
  Chinese Medicine Centre

4/F : Chapel, Pastoral Care Office
3/F : Geriatric Services (331-334)
2/F : Ward (231-245)
G/F : Out-Patient Department

9/F : Ward (960-970)
8/F : Ward (860-870)
7/F : Ward (760-770)
6/F : Ward (660-670)
5/F : Paediatric Ward (560-568)
4/F : Eye & Refractive Surgery Centre
  Lithotripter & Urology Centre
  Hearing and Speech Centre
3/F : Ward (360-369)
2/F : Endoscopy Centre
1/F : Skin Laser & Plastic Surgery Centre

8/F : Ward (880-897)
7/F : Ward (780-797)
6/F : Ward (680-688)
5/F : Ward (580-588)
4/F : Ward (480-488)
3/F : Ward (380-388)
2/F : Ward (284-288)
1/F : Dental Department
  Comprehensive Breast Centre

Since the comprehensive healthcare facilities and services, it is one of the most popular private hospital in Hong Kong.

Visiting hours:
09:00-21:00 daily

We offer "Baby Essentials" series for St. Teresa's Hospital Obstetric unit, and St. Teresa's Hospital fruit basket and recovery hamper "Get Well Soon" series. Other than providing professional St. Teresa's Hospital delivery service, we can also arrange inquiry for the check-in information of the patient.

Address: 327 Prince Edward Road, Kowloon City, Kowloon

St. Teresa's Hospital Telephone: 2200 3434

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St. Teresa's Hospital How to reach by MTR

Interchange mini-bus 17M from exit B2, Prince Edward Station; or
interchange mini-bus 25M from exit D, Kowloon Tong Station.

St. Teresa's Hospital Directions by Bus and Mini-bus
Chuk Yuen Est. <> Star Ferry
via: Mong Kok, Yau Ma Tei
Sau Mau Ping (Central) <> Star Ferry
via: Kwun Tong, Kowloon Bay, Mong Kok
Mei Foo <> Ngau Tau Kok
via: Sham Shui Po, San Po Kong
Lok Fu <> Hung Hom Ferry
via: Hung Hom, Ho Man Tin
Sham Shui Po (Tokin St.) <> Whampoa Garden
via: Prince Edward, To Kwan Wan
KMB 24
Kai Yip <> Mong Kok
via: Kai Tak
KMB 27
Shun Tin <> Mong Kok
via: Choi Hung
KMB 42
Cheung Tsing <> Shun Lee
via: Lai King, Cheung Sha Wan
KMB 95
Tsui Lam <> Jordan (To Wah Road)
via: Sau Mau Ping, Mong Kok
Kennedy Town <> Choi Hung
via: Central, Wanchai
mini-bus 2 / 2A
Whampoa Garden <> Festival Walk
via: To Kwa Wan, Yau Yat Chuen
mini-bus 17M
Prince Edward Station <> Kowloon Hospital
mini-bus 25M
Kowloon Tong Station <> Tung Tau Estate
mini-bus 46
Richland Gardens <> Olympic Station
via: Mong Kok, Tai Kok Tsui
mini-bus 70 / 70A
Diamond Hill Station <> Olympic Station
via: San Po Kong, Tai Kok Tsui
mini-bus 110
Tiu Keng Leng <> Kowloon City
via: Tseung Kwan O, Kowloon Bay

More about St. Teresa's Hospital

St. Teresa's Hospital founded by Sisters of St. Paul, history can chase back to 1696. Been through couple centuries of development and wars, Sisters of St. Paul once dismissed during French revolution in 1790.

In 1848, the four Sisters accepted the invitation from Bishop Forcade – the Prefect Apostolic of Hong Kong. They arrived in Hong Kong in September 1848 and established the "Asile de la Sainte Enfance" in Wan Chai, taking care of the abandoned baby girls. From an orphanage, it expanded to a school and home for aged women. 1898, the Sisters opened a hospital in “Asile de la Sainte Enfance” to provide medical service for the needy.

As the demand continuously grew, the Sisters built the “Le Calvaire” at Happy Valley in 1908 to extend their service.

In 1916, the Sisters gradually moved their hospital from Wan Chai to Causeway Bay. The hospital was formally renamed as St. Paul’s Hospital in 1918 which marked the beginning of a new era in providing healthcare service.

Because such a good feedback and support by Hong Kong citizen on St. Paul’s Hospital, the Sisters applied to government in building another hospital in Kowloon city. And St. Teresa's Hospital was built in 1940. At first, it was only a 4-story building. With the sharp increase of medical need after war, the hospital kept expending in blocks and build nursing school. By 1985, North Wing reconstruction was finished and many new units start providing services such as Haemodialysis Unit, 24 hours service in the General Out-Patient Department, Fiberscopic Endoscopy Unit, Ophthalmic Unit, Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory and other specialize health care services for the needy.

With the opening of the main block in 2002, hospital service became more comprehensive include new centre/unit such as Eye and Refractive Surgery Centre and Inauguration of Endoscopy Centre. In 2007, jointed with St. Paul hospital and Hong Kong Polytechnic University, they started up a bachelor course for nursing, become the first nursing school providing bachelor degree.

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