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Tung Wah Hospital
12 Po Yan Street

The construction of Tung Wah Hospital started in 1870 and completed in 1872. The name of Tung Wah was meant to be “the Chinese people of Guangdong province”. The hospital was to take up the work of Kwong Fook I Tsz, which admitted poor, sick Chinese. As the hospital at Po Yan Street could not meet with the growing demand, the hospital was redeveloped in 1933. The construction of the main block was completed in 1934. It is the oldest charitable hospital in Hong Kong.

* This building is not open to the public

Tung Wah Hospital
(c.1870s)

東華醫院
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