Below a list of hospitals, dentists and clinics in Shenzhen. Be sure also to read my article about insurances for expats in China .
Shenzhen People’s Hospital
Add: 1017 Dongmen Road North, Luohu District （罗湖区东门北路1017号）
Add: 1/F, Dongjia Building, Jiabin Road, Luohu District (罗湖区嘉宾路东佳大厦一楼)
Add: Diwang Masion, 5002 Shennan Thoroughfare, Luohu District (罗湖区深南中路5002号信兴广场地王商业中心)
Beijing University Shenzhen Hospital
Main entrance to the out-patient department. When you enter, you first have to register yourself on the left side - note that all registration forms are in Chinese and that even the doctors normally don't speak English.
Add: 1120 Lianhua Road, Futian District (福田区莲花路1120号)
Note: be sure to read my experiences from visiting this famous hospital where I was refused treatment by a female "expert" doctor who was not only totally clueless, but even aggressive and patronizing to us (another male expert doctor on the other hand was good).
Peking University outpatient department : most people seem to go to floors 1 to 4.
Shenzhen No. 2 People’s Hospital
Add: 3002 Sungang Road West, Futian District (福田区笋岗西路3002号)
Add: Room 18, 11/F, International Chamber of Commerce Building A, Fuhua Road 1, Futian District (福田区福华一路深圳国际商会大厦A座1118室)
Shenzhen Wuzhou International Clinic
Add: 7 Kehua Road, Nanshan District (南山区科技园北区科华路7号)
Shekou International SOS Clinic
Add: Ground Floor, CMIT Building, 9 Nanhai Road South, Shekou, Nanshan District （蛇口南海大道南9号招商国旅大厦1楼国际SOS蛇口诊所）
Tel: 2669-3667 (for expats as well)
Note: it's supposed to be extremely expensive, though I don't have any experience with them myself. You might want to check out the prices before you actually go there and instead just go to a HK hospital or just go to a Shenzhen hospital.
Add: 6/F, Baoli Building, at the intersection of Nanhai Thoroughfare and Chuangye Road, Nanshan District (南山区南海大道与创业路交汇处保利大厦6楼)
Can Am Medical Center Shenzhen
Add: E0119, Fraser Place 1033 Nanhai Road, Shekou Nanshan District Shenzhen
Notes, I have read some not-so-positive rumors about CanAm: they are VERY expensive (more expensive than HK, 100-200 USD for a consult), speak limited English (doctor needed a translation) and even I read about the head doctor being suspended from practicing in England! Based on this, I don't understand why they are in many insurance-networks.
|Last Updated ( Monday, 15 February 2010 )|
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