A comprehensive antenatal shared-care programme is provided to pregnant women, in collaboration with the Obstetric Department of hospitals under the Hospital Authority (HA), to monitor the whole pregnancy and delivery process. To ensure the continuity of quality care, antenatal service clustering between Maternal and Child Health Centres (MCHCs) and hospitals under the HA of the same district is provided. Pregnant women should attend the MCHC having shared antenatal care with HA hospitals.
|HA Hospitals with Antenatal service||MCHCs with shared antenatal care||First registration|
|Queen Elizabeth Hospital||At Hospital|
|Pamela Youde Nethersole Eastern Hospital|
|Prince of Wales Hospital||At hospital or MCHC|
|United Christian Hospital|
|Tseung Kwan O Hospital
(Out-patient service only)
|Princess Margaret Hospital|
|Queen Mary Hospital/
Tsan Yuk Hospital
|Tuen Mun Hospital||At MCHC|
|Kwong Wah Hospital||
No antenatal shared care with MCHC
Registration procedure in MCHC
Pregnant women must attend the MCHC for antenatal service within the designated appointment time. Please refer to the details of appointment booking of your preferred MCHC.
|Documents / Forms to bring along||
Follow up visit:
|Antenatal check up in First registration||Includes obstetric, personal and family medical history, physical and gynaecological examination if necessary, urine testing for sugar and protein, antenatal blood tests etc.|
|Charges and fees||Please click here for details|
|Attendance / Sick leave certificate||Pregnant women can apply for either attendance or sick leave certificate during the antenatal check up. Please click here for details.|
|Copy of health record or investigation report||Pregnant women can apply for a copy of Antenatal Service health record or investigation report for future medical purposes. Please click here for the application form (FHS 119B).|
|Antenatal care||Please click here for details.|
|Antenatal breastfeeding workshop||If you want to attend this workshop, please apply in person or call the respective MCHC. Please click here for details.|
Registration in Hospital Authority, for details, please click here.
Postnatal mothers are provided with physical checkups and advice on family planning. Postnatal mothers are given help and support to adapt to changes in life through individual counseling.