The University of Hong Kong – Shenzhen Hospital


The Department of Accident & Emergency (AED) commenced 24-hour service on 23 September 2013 to provide high quality emergency service. All patients attending AED are subject to Triage on arrival by the triage nurse who classifies the patient as critical, emergency, urgent and non-urgent. The Department of Accident & Emergency (AED) has pioneered new initiatives in China such as establishment of a Resuscitation Team and Crash Call for the entire Hospital and setting up of a Triage system. We also have our own pre-hospital ambulance service manned with doctor and nurses. Our AED is also mindful of the training its staff need so that the AED can reach international standard. A few of these to be quoted includes: BLS and ACLS training centre. Clinical Toxicology Courses with the support of the Hong Kong Poison Information Center. Our AED has set up chest pain centre, trauma centre, poison treatment centre, stroke centre providing round the clock expert care for myocardial infarction, major trauma, poisoning and stroke patients. 

Gleneagles Hong Kong