|Location||17 A Kung Kok Shan Road, Sha Tin, Hong Kong|
|Network||New Territories East Cluster|
|Emergency department||No Accident & Emergency|
|Founded||7 November 1992|
|Lists||Hospitals in Hong Kong|
Bradbury Hospice (Chinese: 白普理寧養中心; Cantonese Yale: Baahkpóuléih Nìhngyéuhng Jūngsām) is a hospice with 26 beds located in Sha Tin, Hong Kong. It is under the New Territories East Cluster managed by the Hospital Authority.
Bradbury Hospice was found by the Society for the Promotion of Hospice Care and is the first independent hospice in Hong Kong. It was started building in 1990 on land in Sha Tin granted by the Government of Hong Kong, and was named after the Bradbury Charitable Trust, which donated HK$24 million to the building of the hospice. Other principal donors include the Royal Hong Kong Jockey Club and the Keswick Foundation. The 26-bed hospice started its operations in June 1992 and was officially opened on 7 November 1992 by Charles, Prince of Wales.
On 1 April 1995, the management of the hospice was transferred to the Hospital Authority.
- "Hospice week begins with $20m cheque". South China Sunday Morning Post. Hong Kong. 11 November 1990. p. 3.
- "Hospice movement now playing key role in Hongkong". South China Sunday Morning Post. Hong Kong. 7 June 1992. p. 35.
- "The Society for the Promotion of Hospice Care". South China Sunday Morning Post. Hong Kong. 8 November 1992. p. 8.
- "Introduction". Bradbury Hospice. Retrieved 6 October 2014.
- Hospital Authority Annual Report 2012–2013 (PDF). Hong Kong: Hospital Authority. Archived from the original (PDF) on 16 July 2014. Retrieved 6 October 2014.
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