Kwong Wah Hospital Hospital Authority
骨科

Department of Orthopaedics and Traumatology

Introduction:
Department of Orthopaedics and Traumatology of the KWH was founded in 1965. Our team has adhered to the “patient-centered” belief in providing multi-dimensional orthopaedic and trauma treatment services for the public. The profile of the conditions treated has also shifted from industrial accidents, traffic accidents, physical violence of the 60s to 80s, to the sport injuries, spinal disorders, degenerative joint diseases, fragility fractures and diabetic foot today.

Our Mission:
  • Provide healthcare services for the general public
  • Provide emergency services
  • Enhance training of medical personnel
  • Promote development of medical technology
Our team includes orthopaedists, specialist orthopaedic nurses, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, prosthetists and orthotists as well as podiatrists. They join forces and collaborate in different ways to deliver innovative, professional services for the public.

Scope of Orthopaedic Services:
  • General Orthopaedics
  • Spine Surgery
  • Sports Injuries & Arthro-endoscopy
  • Joint Orthopaedics
  • Traumatological Orthopaedics
  • Joint Reconstruction Surgery
  • Surgery of the Hand
  • Surgery of the Foot and Ankle
  • Paediatric Orthopaedics
  • Microsurgery
We aim to provide quality, efficient treatment and care services to meet the needs of orthopaedic patients in the KWH. Our team of doctors makes use of state-of-the-art technology coupled with minimally invasive techniques and purpose-made implant materials to help orthopaedic patients tide over the difficult period and get back to full health and functionality quickly. We also contribute to the education of doctors by offering clinical training to medical students of the two local universities. Our team of specialist orthopaedic nurses also attends to patients and facilitates quick recovery with a professional and serious approach.


Facilities:
Minor Operation Theatre:
It is equipped with the majority of minor orthopaedic surgical instruments such as electrocautery equipment, tourniquets and small x-ray units, so that patients can receive proper treatment as soon as possible.


Orthopaedic Ambulatory Care Centre:
In this one-stop service, specialist orthopaedic nurses act as the coordinator in collaboration with doctors and other specialised medical units, to reduce patients’ waiting time at various departments and reduce the impact on patients’ lives by shortening their stay in the hospital. Services of the Ambulatory Care Centre cover healthcare counselling and education, acute and chronic wound care, treatment of muscle/bone pain, pre-operative check-ups, pre-operative education and post-operative care.


Day Rehabilitation Centre
Professional and efficient rehabilitative training is provided for in-patients and patients attending the Orthopaedic Ambulatory Care Centre to speed up recovery.