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Hong Kong Eye HospitalKowloon Central

Hong Kong Eye Hospital (English: Hong Kong Eye Hospital) was established in 1992. Formerly known as Yau Ma Tei Eye Centre, it provides secondary and tertiary ophthalmic referral services to the public.
Basic Info
Tel 2762 3007
Address 147K Argyle Street, Kowloon Map
Transport Bus
  • Argyle Street -2A, 2X, 9, 13D, 16, 16X, 20, 24, 27, 95, 98C, 98S, 203E, 213D, 296C, 296P, 793, N20, N213, N216, N796 
  •  Prince Edward Road West (Approximately 5-minute walk) - 1, 1A, 6D, 6P, 12A, 20A, 22, 24, 27, 42, 95, 113, 213D, N216
Mini-bus
  • Argyle Street - 13, 17M, 46, 110 
  •  Prince Edward Road West (Approximately 5-minute walk) - 2, 2A, 13, 25M, 46, 69, 69A, 70, 70A, 110
MTR
  • Sung Wong Toi Station exit B1 (Approximately 10-minute walk)
Author Bowtie Team
Date 2023-09-01
Updated on 2023-09-13
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Visitor's Epidemic Prevention Measures: Do they need to be vaccinated? Do they need a rapid test?Service HoursFee Schedule at Hong Kong Eye HospitalNew case appointmentsFAQ

Visitor's Epidemic Prevention Measures: Do they need to be vaccinated? Do they need a rapid test?

Visitors must comply with the vaccination requirements stated in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government’s Vaccine Pass^.

If visitors are recovered COVID-19 patients and can provide relevant documents or proof of diagnosis and recovery, they will be exempted from the vaccination requirements within 180 days from the date of recovery.

Additionally, all visitors (including recovered COVID-19 patients) must provide a negative result from a COVID-19 nucleic acid test conducted within 48 hours prior to the visit. The sample must be collected by a healthcare professional using a combined nasal and throat swab.

Before visiting the hospital, visitors can complete a health declaration form on the Hospital Authority’s website or the “HA Go” mobile application. Upon completion, a QR code will be issued to the visitor. Please present this QR code to the ward staff for verification.

To ensure the health of inpatients and visitors, the following individuals are not allowed to visit:
  1. Those experiencing fever, symptoms of upper respiratory tract infection, loss of taste or smell, diarrhea, shortness of breath, difficulty breathing, rash, or conjunctivitis.
  2. Those under quarantine orders.
  3. Those undergoing mandatory testing as required by the government and awaiting results.
  4. Those who have visited specified areas and have not completed the mandatory quarantine and testing requirements imposed by the government upon arrival.
  5. Those who have had contact with confirmed COVID-19 cases or are under medical surveillance within the past 14 days (excluding recovered COVID-19 patients within 90 days from the date of recovery).
  6. Pregnant women and children under 12 years old.

^Vaccination requirements: https://www.coronavirus.gov.hk/pdf/vp_t1_ENG.pdf

Service Hours

Monday to Friday9:00 a.m –  1:00 p.m &  2:00 p.m – 5:00 p.m 
Saturday, Sunday, and Public HolidaysClosed

Fee Schedule at Hong Kong Eye Hospital

Initial consultation: HK$135

Subsequent consultations: HK$80 per visit

Each medication: HK$15

New case appointments

Reservation MethodsRequired Documents
In-person at the Hospital’s Ground Floor Inquiry Counter
  1. Referral letter from a local registered Western doctor specifying the specialist referral (valid for three months)
  2. Valid identification document or a copy, such as a Hong Kong ID card
  3. Contact address and phone number
Email the required documents in JPG or PDF format to

hke_enquiry@ha.org.hk

  1. Referral letter from a local registered Western doctor specifying the specialist referral (valid for three months)
  2. Valid identification document or a copy, such as a Hong Kong ID card
  3. Document proving residential address, such as a water bill, electricity bill, or gas bill
Using the mobile application “HA Go”
  1. Referral letter from a local registered Western doctor specifying the specialist referral (valid for three months)
  2. Valid identification document or a copy, such as a Hong Kong ID card

FAQ

What should I prepare before admission?

Patients should bring their personal daily necessities, such as a cup, toothbrush, towel, tissue paper, wet wipes, soap, slippers, etc. Additionally, patients must bring their Hong Kong ID card or passport and the hospital admission letter for registration. Non-adult Hong Kong residents or those who are government employees or receiving public assistance can refer to this link.

What else should I pay special attention to?

Hospital, under the Kowloon Central Cluster, will prioritize resources and manpower to handle the first and second priority emergency cases. Starting from January 3, 2022, the hospital will not schedule appointments for stable new cases from outside their designated catchment area until further notice. Patients seeking consultation can visit the specialist outpatient clinics of their residential catchment network.

In the past 12 months (July 1, 2021, to June 30, 2022), there were a total of 135,427 appointments for new cases. The triage and waiting time for Kowloon Central Cluster are as follows:

  • Emergency new cases: Less than 1 week
  • Semi-emergency new cases: 2 weeks
  • Stable new cases: 76 – 148 weeks

(Note: The above data is for reference only.)

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