Hong Kong Central Hospital
The Hong Kong Central Hospital Ltd.
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Hong Kong Central Hospital main entrance in 2007
Hong Kong Central Hospital is located in Hong Kong
Hong Kong Central Hospital
Location1B Lower Albert Road, Central, Hong Kong
Coordinates22°16′47″N 114°09′23″E / 22.279802°N 114.156301°E / 22.279802; 114.156301Coordinates: 22°16′47″N 114°09′23″E / 22.279802°N 114.156301°E / 22.279802; 114.156301
Care systemPrivate
FundingNon-profit hospital
Emergency departmentNo Accident & Emergency
Opened1966 (1966)
Closed2012 (2012)
ListsHospitals in Hong Kong

Hong Kong Central Hospital (Chinese: 港中醫院) was a non-profit, general private hospital located in the Central area of Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong.


The hospital's services include a large number of specialties which cover a broad area of medicine. At its height, the hospital carried out 60% of Hong Kong's abortions.[1]

HKCH is a member of the Hong Kong Private Hospitals Association. It was surveyed bi-annually by the Trent Accreditation Scheme, a UK-based major international healthcare accreditation scheme, but is currently not accredited by any independent accreditation scheme.


The hospital closed on 1 September 2012, following a dispute that stretched back to 2009, and is the first private hospital in the city to close its doors.[1] Plans for the site's reconstruction, which includes building a 25-storey non-profit hospital, were submitted in January 2017.[2]

See also


  1. ^ a b Tsang, Emily (2 September 2012). "Hong Kong Central Hospital closes after 46 years". South China Morning Post. Retrieved 11 March 2018.
  2. ^ 聖公會擬重建港中醫院 團體憂損毗鄰古蹟 [Anglican Church proposes rebuilding HKCH, groups are worried it can damage nearby historical sites]. Oriental Daily (in Chinese (Hong Kong)). 30 October 2017. Retrieved 11 March 2018.