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  • Accident and Emergency Department

    The AED began operations on 15th May 2013 with partial service, which was extended to 24 hours on 23rd October 2013. The AED is headed by Dr. Gary Chu, Fellow of Emergency Medicine of the Hong Kong College of Emergency Medicine, and Fellow of the Hong Kong Academy of Medicine (EM). He is the Basic Life Support and Advanced Life Support faculty member of the American Heart Association, and various international courses and conferences. Under his leadership, all doctors and nurses of the AED, HKU-SZH are trained according to the Hong Kong standard and overseas trainings and visits are conducted regularly. The Hong Kong AED Triage System is utilized. Patients are prioritized according to clinical needs. All patients are taken care by our Emergency Physicians and Emergency Nurses.

    Accident and Emergency Department provides 24 hours service and located at -1/F Outpatient Building.

The Accident and Emergency Department of The University of Hong Kong – Shenzhen Hospital (location: B1, Outpatient Medical Service Block) provides 24-hour emergency service.



A & E Department classifies the treatments as follows (listed in a descending order according to the severity of disease):

1. Extremely Dangerous  2. Dangerous  3. Extremely Urgent  4. Urgent  5.Not-urgent

The patients will be classified according to the state of their diseases and arrange treatment sequences accordingly. Priority will be given to severe patients and same kind of patients will abide by the rule of “first come, first served”. All the emergency patients, including those from departments of internal medicine, surgery, gynecology, obstetrics, and pediatrics , are treated by physicians and nurses from Emergency Department. Thanks for your waiting and understanding!


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