HarMoniCare Shenzhen Women’s and Children’s Hospital
No. 12018, Shennan Avenue, Nanshan District,Shenzhen City, Guangdong Province, China
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- Phone: 0755-33919158
- Phone: 0755-33919133
- Phone: + 86 18025381584
WebEmail Address: email@example.com
Web Address: http://www.hm91.com/index.html
Wechat ID: SZHMGJH
Public or Private?
Appointment or Outpatient?
Appointment can be made through both phone call or their website.
Official Hospital Description
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HarMoniCare Shenzhen Women’s and Children’s Hospital provides high-quality health care and health management services for women and children from China and abroad.
In October, 2011, HarMoniCare passed the initial accreditation survey by Joint Commission International (JCI), becoming the first JCI-accreditated hospital in Shenzhen. In October, 2014, HarMoniCare Shenzhen Women’s and Children’s Hospital again sailed through the second accreditation survey based on the newly-published fifth edition JCI standards with flying colors.
HarMoniCare Shenzhen Women’s and Children’s Hospital adopts and advocates an American patient safety and care system, which is the world’s leading model of medical technology and management, providing safe and green care for customers. HarMoniCare advocates treatment with topically-applied medication and physiotherapy treatment of disease, and improvement of patients’ sub-health status and noncommunicable diseases through behavioral medical intervention. HarMoniCare strictly follows recommendations for the appropriate prescription of antibiotics and is committed to reducing overtreatment.
English service available?Yes.
Translator assistance available.
Are foreign doctors available?
Does hospital direct-bill insurance companies?
The hospital accepts health plans offered by most major insurance carriers. Please see their website for details http://www.hm91.com/yiliaobaoxian/.
Where do mothers labor, deliver & recover?
Labor and deliver in separate rooms
LDR rooms available.
Are labor, delivery, recovery rooms private?
Single rooms available.
Is NICU available on site?
Are natural birthing alternatives available (water birth, birthing on a yoga ball, etc...)?
Epidural analgesia available.
Does the hospital support VBAC?
Does the hospital offer any fertility treatment options?
Is a birthing coach, spouse, friend and/or translator allowed in the delivery room during delivery?
Fathers are allowed to accompany their wives into the delivery room for a natural birth (not for a C-section).
I gave birth at this hospital and they have translators on staff to accompany you throughout your examines, procedures etc. Very clean, professional and pricing is slightly high but they do accept major international and domestic insurance. The hospital overnight rooms are amazingly comfortable (private rooms). Overall, as an American, I would recommend this hospital to anyone.
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@Wen. For my 1st child I did the membership package. You have to pay the money up front and they will then deduct each months consultation and fees depending on which tests are required. There are 3 packages 50,000rmb, 20,000rmb, and 12,000rmb each will give u a % discount off . I cant remember the exact discount. . .. but the bigger the amount the bigger the discount.
This pregnancy I have not taken the membership yet, I am paying for each consultation separately. Nearer my due date I will take the 20000rmb package as this will cover the cost of natural delivery.
The hospital is very friendly and they would be more than happy if you turned up and wanted a tour of the facilities and upto date information.
Thanks, Dom! I’ll pray for your safe delivery. God Bless! =)
I gave birth to my first child in 2011 at Home hospital. I would definitely recommend it. Many of the nurses and midwives speak english and there are 2 ob/gyn who speak english but prefer to communicate through a translator. I will have my 2nd child here in the autumn. For the entire prenatal check ups and natural delivery it was approx 50, 000rmb. And the prices dont seem to have changed. membership packages can be purchased to get discounts. I am from the UK and was impressed with the facilities and service offered here.
Thanks, Dom! So glad you were able to help with pricing questions.
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@ Dom : Did you get the membership package? Or you just paid every month for your pregnancy consultation and paid another amount on your delivery date of your first baby? Is getting the membership package worth it? Do you have an idea if the package has to be paid early and in full amount? I hope you would reply again. Thank you.
Hi, I would like to ask how much did it cost you to give birth at Home Hospital? Did you give birth normally or thru caesarian section? I hope you could share more about your delivery experience in this hospital. I’m trying to research more about this hospital because my husband and I are planning to get pregnant and give birth here in Shenzhen. Thanks!
What do you mean when you say “pricing is slightly high”? Is this in comparison to Chinese hospitals or to American? I have not given birth in China before and have no idea what to expect, cost wise.