40th Anniversary

The Department of Ophthalmology of HKSH was established in 1980 with an aim to provide high quality clinical treatment and surgery services to eye patients of all age groups. In coming months, we are most excited to be able to celebrate our 40th anniversary. A number of celebrative initiatives are scheduled to be rolled out. Details will be made available here on “Striving for Best Vision for 40 Years” website.

Message by Department Head Achievements & Milestiones




News & Activities


Striving for Best Vision for 40 Years in Hong Kong
HKSH Department of Ophthalmology Announces The Opening of HKSH Eye Surgery Centre (Admiralty)

20 Oct 2020

To cater for the needs of ambulatory eye surgery service in Hong Kong, HKSH’s Department of Ophthalmology has recently expanded its service in Admiralty with the opening of HKSH Eye Surgery Centre at Level 22, One Pacific Place.

Please click here for more information.

Cataract Extraction and Monofocal Intraocular Lens (IOL) Implantation Surgery Package Service: $23,800 (for Eye Surgery Centre (Admiralty) only)

21 Oct 2020

Early cataract has little effect on vision and no treatment is necessary. Changing your glasses prescription can sometimes restore vision if the cataract has induced a refractive change. When there is a significant decrease of vision which affects your work or your daily life, cataract extraction is indicated. It is not necessary to wait until the cataract becomes mature. Traditional cataract surgery employs a large limbal incision, extraction of cataract and implantation of an intraocular lens. The wound is then closed with very fine sutures. The more advanced cataract surgery involves a small corneal incision, phacoemulsification and implantation of a foldable lens. Usually no suture or only one suture is required to close the wound because the small incision is self-sealing. Surgery may be performed with topical anaesthesia or other forms of anaesthesia as indicated.

Enquiry and booking: 2835 8890 (Happy Valley) / 2855 670 0 (Admiralty)





News & Activities


Striving for Best Vision for 40 Years in Hong Kong


Striving for Best Vision for 40 Years in Hong Kong
HKSH Department of Ophthalmology Announces The Opening of HKSH Eye Surgery Centre (Admiralty)

20 Oct 2020

To cater for the needs of ambulatory eye surgery service in Hong Kong, HKSH’s Department of Ophthalmology has recently expanded its service in Admiralty with the opening of HKSH Eye Surgery Centre at Level 22, One Pacific Place.

Please click here for more information.



Cataract Extraction and Monofocal Intraocular Lens (IOL) Implantation Surgery Package Service: $23,800 (for Eye Surgery Centre (Admiralty) only)

21 Oct 2020

Early cataract has little effect on vision and no treatment is necessary. Changing your glasses prescription can sometimes restore vision if the cataract has induced a refractive change. When there is a significant decrease of vision which affects your work or your daily life, cataract extraction is indicated. It is not necessary to wait until the cataract becomes mature. Traditional cataract surgery employs a large limbal incision, extraction of cataract and implantation of an intraocular lens. The wound is then closed with very fine sutures. The more advanced cataract surgery involves a small corneal incision, phacoemulsification and implantation of a foldable lens. Usually no suture or only one suture is required to close the wound because the small incision is self-sealing. Surgery may be performed with topical anaesthesia or other forms of anaesthesia as indicated.

Enquiry and booking: 2835 8890 (Happy Valley) / 2855 670 0 (Admiralty)





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Ophthalmology Centre
4/F, Li Shu Fan Block
Hong Kong Sanatorium & Hospital
2 Village Road, Happy Valley, Hong Kong
Tel:   (852) 2835 8880
(852) 2835 8890
Fax:   (852) 2892 7510
Email:   eye@hksh-hospital.com
WhatsApp:   (852) 5790 6053 (For non-emergency cases)
Please provide name and contact number in text message.
Our Centre will contact you by phone to confirm.
Do not send voice messages or graphics.

Service Hours (By appointment only)
Monday to Friday:   9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Saturday: 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Closed on Sundays and Public Holidays



Eye Surgery Centre
6/F, Central Block
Hong Kong Sanatorium & Hospital
2 Village Road, Happy Valley, Hong Kong
Tel:   (852) 2835 3406
Fax:   (852) 2892 7538
Email:   eyesurgery@hksh-hospital.com
WhatsApp:   (852) 9151 0276 (For non-emergency cases)
Please provide name and contact number in text message.
Our Centre will contact you by phone to confirm.
Do not send voice messages or graphics.




Ophthalmology Centre (Admiralty)
Level 21, One Pacific Place,
88 Queensway Hong Kong
Tel:   (852) 2855 6700
Fax:   (852) 2523 7660
Email:   eye@hksh-healthcare.com
WhatsApp:   (852) 5790 6054 (For non-emergency cases)
Please provide name and contact number in text message.
Our Centre will contact you by phone to confirm.
Do not send voice messages or graphics.

(By appointment only)
Monday to Friday:   9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Saturday: 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Closed on Sundays and Public Holidays



Eye Surgery Centre (Admiralty)
Level 22, One Pacific Place,
88 Queensway Hong Kong
Tel:   (852) 2855 6686
Fax:   (852) 2892 7429
Email:   eyesurgery@hksh-healthcare.com



Guy Hugh Chan Refractive Surgery Centre (Admiralty)
Level 21, One Pacific Place,
88 Queensway Hong Kong
Tel:   (852) 2855 6699
Fax:   (852) 2523 7660
Email:   eye@hksh-healthcare.com
WhatsApp:   (852) 5790 6055 (For non-emergency cases)
Please provide name and contact number in text message.
Our Centre will contact you by phone to confirm.
Do not send voice messages or graphics.

(By appointment only)
Monday to Friday:   9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Saturday: 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Closed on Sundays and Public Holidays