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Kiang Wu Hospital has now developed into a modern comprehensive teaching hospital with 755 beds in various departments. In 2013, the number of inpatients exceeded 28,000 while the number of outpatient and emergency patients exceeded 1.23 million and the numbers keep growing every year. At the same time,the number of inpatients and outpatients in specialty buildings has increased to 17.2% and 11.1% respectively.

Three Main Buildings of The Hospital
Three main buildings of the hospital: Outpatient Building: First clinic, second clinic
(Macau residents only)

Specialist Building: Kiang Wu Hospital Dr. Henry Y.T.
Fok specialist Medical Center (offer better
services than the normal outpatient
departments but more expensive)

Inpatient Building: General Hospitalization (The Emergency
Department is next to the lobby of the building)
Location guide1
Location guide2

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Ⅰ、Services of the first outpatient depart

1. Outpatient departments’ introduction
1.1 Outpatient clinics
1.2 Floor directory
2. Prenatal care center
(located on the third floor of the 1st outpatient depart.)

2.1 Prenatal care open hours and services
2.2 Guidelines for prenatal care services
2.3 Pregnant women clinical examination procedures
3. Vaccination for children and adults
3.1 Vaccination program for newborn baby and children
3.2 Vaccines for children of non-Macao residents
3.3 Vaccines for adults
3.4 Vaccination procedures
4. First clinic registration hours and methods
4.1 On-site registration
4.2 Telephone registration

Ⅱ、Inpatient Building

1. Floor plans of the hospitalized building
2. The floor for pregnant women and newborn baby
3. Visiting hours
3.1 General hospitalization
3.2 Pregnant women and newborn babies
3.3 ICU for the critically ill patients 3.4 Gifts to the hospital patients

Ⅲ、Kiang Wu Hospital Dr. Henry Y.T. Fok specialist Medical Center

1. Specialist Building Introduction
2. Floor map
3. Outpatient open hours
4. How to make appointments

Ⅳ、Traffic Routes

1. Rua de Coelho do Amaral Station
2. Kiang Wu Hospital Road Station

1. Clinic Introduction

1.1 Outpatient departments:
Internal medicine; Surgery; O&G; Pediatrics; Child Healthcare Center; Oral-Maxillofacial & Dentistry Center; Rehabilitation Dept.; Traditional Chinese Medicine; Health Care Center; Oncology clinic; Radiotherapy Center
1.2 Floor Directory:

2.Prenatal Care Center (located on the third floor of the first out-patient department)

2.1 Prenatal care open hours and services:

Pregnancy Week Test items
12 weeks B-ultrasound measurement of fetal neck skin + blood draw + vaginal fluid
16 to 18 weeks The maternal serum screening for Down syndrome + blood draw
20 weeks B-ultrasound screening
24 weeks Blood glucose screening
28 weeks Routine inspection
32 weeks Routine inspection
34 weeks Routine inspection + B-ultrasound
36 to 40 weeks Weekly routine inspection

NOTE: Each prenatal care checkup includes blood pressure test, weight measurement, urine tests and listen to the fetal heartbeat

2.2 Prenatal care services are provided for those who:

have valid Macao ID card and are pregnant for 12 weeks or more.

2.3 Prenatal care checkup procedure

Registration at the out-patient dept. 1 → Standby at the appointed department →
See the doctor (If you opt for the B-ultrasound check, you need to pay first before you process to checking)

3. Vaccination for children and adults

3.1 Vaccination Program for Newborn Baby and Children

Conventional Vaccination Program:

Children of Macau residents can enjoy a vaccination program funded by the Macau government to vaccinate infants, newborn babies and up to 12 years old.
However, the program only contains the most common vaccines. Parents can also join other vaccination programs according to their needs, for example, chickenpox and 13-valent pneumococcal vaccine (PCV13).
Ages Vaccines for different ages
Newborn BCG and hepatitis B vaccine (first time)
One Month Hepatitis B vaccine (second time)
Two Months Diphtheria, tetanus, cell-free pertussis and inactivated polio vaccine – (first time) Pneumococcal vaccine (first time)
Four Months Diphtheria, tetanus, cell-free pertussis and inactivated polio vaccine (second time)
Pneumococcal vaccine (second time)
Six Months Diphtheria, tetanus, cell-free pertussis and inactivated poliomyelitis vaccine (third time)
Pneumococcal vaccine (third time)
Hepatitis B vaccine (third time)
One Year Old Measles, mumps and German measles mixed vaccine (first time)
Pneumococcal vaccine (booster)
One and Half Years Old Diphtheria, tetanus, cell-free pertussis and inactivated polio vaccine (booster)
First Grade Measles, mumps and German measles vaccine (second time)
Diphtheria, tetanus, cell-free pertussis and inactivated polio vaccine (booster)
Sixth Grade Diphtheria, tetanus, cell-free pertussis (reduction) and inactivated polio vaccine (booster)
3.2 Vaccinations for young children of non-Macau residents:
These children do not enjoy free vaccination, but parents can inoculate the following three vaccines in Kiang Wu Hospital at your own expense
3.2.1 13-valent pneumococcal vaccine (PCV13):
Infection with Streptococcus pneumoniae in young children can cause invasive pneumococcal infections, which can lead to lung, blood infections, and meningitis. In recent years, the government has introduced the PCV13, which can prevent 13 kinds of Streptococcus pneumoniae, with a total of three injections. It is recommended that infants be vaccinated at 2 months, 4 months and 6 months of age, and another booster dose at 12 to 15 months. Vaccines are inactive vaccines, so they can be administered at the same time as other vaccines. Since not one of the vaccines can prevent all pneumococcal infections, parents should pay attention to hygiene and reduce the chance of getting sick.

Charge: MOP 1,000 per needle (additional consultation fee of 100 MOP)

3.2.2 Rotavirus vaccine:
Rotavirus vaccine helps prevent diarrhea and vomiting in infants caused by rotavirus but does not prevent diarrhea and vomiting caused by other viruses. It is recommended that all babies be vaccinated with rotavirus. Two doses of the vaccine were administered before and after the vaccine. The first dose is given at 2 months for the infant and the second dose is given at 4 months for the infant. The rotavirus vaccine is vaccinated simultaneously with other children vaccines.

Fees: There are two options for oral vaccination

The price per dose is MOP 400 or 700

3.2.3 Influenza vaccination:
Children who are not Macao residents must be three or more years old to inject, and each needle is about MOP 210. In addition, adults who are not residents of Macao can also receive influenza vaccine at Kiang Wu Hospital.

Charge: 210 MOP per needle

3.3 Adult vaccination:
banded rash, hepatitis B, flu vaccine. (Telephone consultation failed to provide price per needle)(Vaccines for adults, preventive vaccines abroad and rabies, etc are not available)
3.4 Vaccination procedures:
First of all, register at the first outpatient department lobby (inform the staff what vaccines you want), then wait at the reception of the designated department on the third floor.

4. Registration hours and methods for the Out-patient Dept. 1

4.1 On-site registration:

The location is in the registration area of the first outpatient lobby. After registration, please take the registration form and receipt directly to the reception desk of the department.

Registration schedule:
Monday to Saturday: 7:45 - 12:45 am (selected doctors invalid after 11:45 am), 2:30 - 5:45 pm Festival, Holiday: 7:45 - 12:00 am
4.2 Telephone registration:

Go directly to the reception desk of the department after registration.
Registered phone number: +853 2892 2822

Registration time:
Monday to Saturday: 8:00 am - 12:00 am (selected doctors at 11:00 am), 2:30 pm - 5:00 pm Festival, holiday: 8:00 - 12:00 am

1.Floor directory of the Inpatient Building

2.Pregnant women and newborn babies’ inpatient floor plan

2.1 Maternity hospitalization is located on the 6th floor of the inpatient building (straight up from the elevator in the lobby) :
2.2 The Nursery Room is on the 6th and 7th floors of the inpatient building (straight up from the elevator in the lobby):

3. Visiting hours

  • 3.1 General hospitalization:
    daily from 1 to 2 pm, from 7 to 9 pm.
  • 3.3 Critically ill patient’s ICU:
    13:00 to 13:30, 19:00 to 19:30
  • 3.2 Pregnant women and newborn babies:
    Weekdays: 11:00 to 14:00 , 16:00 to 22:00 Holiday: 10:00 to 22:00
  • 3.4 Gifts for Visiting:
    Gifts such as fruits and
    wine are allowed to be brought to the hospital

1. Specialist Medical Center Introduction

The Kiang Wu Hospital Dr. Henry Y.T. Fok specialist Medical Center provides personalized services and hotel-like environment with comfortable lighting and furniture in each department and ward. Because of the high quality services and more relaxing environment, patients treated in this section are charged more than the usual out-patient departments.

2. Floor Plan

3. Outpatient department hours of operation

  • 3.1 Monday through Saturday
    (Sunday and public holidays are closed) 8:30a.m to 12:30p.m and
  • 3.2 Consultation Fees:
    240MOP or 400MOP (depending on the choice of doctor)

4. How to make appointment

4.1 Telephone reservation:
First floor - heart / inner / child / Chinese medicine: 8295-2103
Second Floor - Vision/Laser Vision Center: 8295-2201
Second floor - Surgery / Oral / ENT / Urology: 8295-2205
Third Floor - Health Management Center: 8295-2302
Third floor - PET/CT/Oncology Center: 8295-2350
5th Floor - Orthopaedic / Sports Medicine / Rehabilitation Center: 8295-2591
Fifth Floor - Mental Health Center: 8295-2507
6th Floor – Reconstructive Plastic & Aesthetic Surgery Center/O & G Clinic: 8295-2604

No Maternity Hospitalization

4.2 On-site registration:
reception area of each center of the specialist building

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Kiang Wu Hospital (Rua de Coelho do Amaral Station, Close to the first clinic)
New Era 8A, 18 TCM 18A, 19 Transmac 17, 26
Kiang Wu Hospital (Kiang Wu Hospital Road Station, close to the Inpatient Building and Kiang Wu Hospital Dr. Henry Y.T. Fok specialist Medical Center)
TCM 7, 7A New Era 8

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