Hong Kong Baptist Hospital

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Hong Kong Baptist Hospital
Baptist Convention of Hong Kong
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Hong Kong Baptist Hospital
Hong Kong Baptist Hospital is located in Hong Kong
Hong Kong Baptist Hospital
Location222 Waterloo Road, Kowloon Tong, Hong Kong
Coordinates22°20′24″N 114°10′48″E / 22.33996°N 114.17988°E / 22.33996; 114.17988Coordinates: 22°20′24″N 114°10′48″E / 22.33996°N 114.17988°E / 22.33996; 114.17988
Care systemPrivate
FundingNon-profit hospital
Hospital typeDistrict General , Teaching
Affiliated universitySchool of Nursing, Open University of Hong Kong
Emergency departmentNo Accident & Emergency
Founded1963 (1963)
ListsHospitals in Hong Kong

Hong Kong Baptist Hospital (HKBH) is a private hospital in Kowloon Tong, Hong Kong.


Founded in 1963, it was the first private hospital in Hong Kong. It does not provide accident and emergency (A&E) services.[1] HKBH has more than 860 beds and approximately 2200 staff.[2]

HKBH is one of the social service institutions of the Baptist Church Convention of Hong Kong. It is wholly self-financing and non-profit. It provides a wide range of inpatient and outpatient services and is well regarded not only in Hong Kong but also in China. As an example, among Hong Kong's private sector hospitals, HKBH has the most mainland expectant mothers giving birth.[3]

HKBH has an active nursing school and is committed to educational development. It is affiliated with the Open University of Hong Kong, which enables nurses to be trained up to the university degree standard [4]

Hong Kong Baptist Hospital is involved in international healthcare accreditation, and for many years it has been subjected to rigorous bi-annual survey by the UK's QHA Trent Accreditation Scheme which is a variant of the Trent Accreditation Scheme.

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  1. ^ "List of all Accident & Emergency Departments", Hospital Authority, Hong Kong
  2. ^ "About HKBH". Hong Kong Baptist Hospital. Retrieved 24 June 2018.
  3. ^ Rogers, Melanie G., "Hong Kong Suffers Nursing Shortage, Baptist Hospital CEO Says", Bloomberg News, Hong Kong, May 31, 2007
  4. ^ "OUHK partners with Baptist Hospital to train nurses"

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