Shenzhen People’s Hospital

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Shenzhen People's Hospital

Inpatient Service: No. 1017 Dongmen North road, Luohu district, Shenzhen.
Outpatient Service: No. 3046 Shennan East road, Luohu district, Shenzhen.
Longhua division: No. 101 Longguan East road, Longhua street, Longhua district, Shenzhen.


龙华分院: 深圳市龙华区龙华街道龙观东路101号

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zhù yuàn bù : Shēnzhèn shì luó hú qū dōng mén běi lù yī qiān líng shí yī qī hào
mén zhěn : Shēnzhèn shì luó hú qū shēn nán dōng lù sān qiān líng sì shí liù hào
lóng huá fēn yuàn : Shēnzhèn shì lóng huá qū lóng huá jiē dào lóng guān dōng lù yī bǎi líng yī hào


  • Inpatient Service: 0755-25533018
  • Outpatient Service: 0755-82197733
  • Longhua division: 0755-27745118


Email Address:
Web Address:
Wechat ID: sz-rmyy

Public or Private?


Appointment or Outpatient?

By appointment

Appointments can be made on their website and wechat.

Official Hospital Description

(Pleases note that the "Official Hospital Description" is directly from the hospital's website or other marketing materials.)

Shenzhen People's Hospital was founded in 1946. In 1994 it was named Shenzhen's first "level three" hospital. It has now developed into the largest modern and comprehensive hospital in Shenzhen.


English service available?


Are foreign doctors available?


Does hospital direct-bill insurance companies?


Where do mothers labor, deliver & recover?

Labor and deliver in separate rooms

Are labor, delivery, recovery rooms private?


They have single rooms, but not always 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?


It depends on the expectant Mom's condition and doctor's opinion.

Does the hospital offer any fertility treatment options?


Is a birthing coach, spouse, friend and/or translator allowed in the delivery room during delivery?


Serena Hou

Serena Hou

1 Comment

  1. Amanda

    I did 3 prenatal checkups at this hospital with their 主任医生. This is a typical public hospital. You will wait in many many lines and even stay all day for some appointments due to the sheer volume of patients being seen. If you are not fluent in Chinese, navigating the hospital and what you need to do each appointment will be extremely difficult, if not impossible. When being seen by the doctor, up to a dozen other patients and their husbands will be crowded in the same room, listening to everything. If anything is abnormal during a physical checkup (done behind a curtain in the same room), the doctor will not hesitate to announce the details in front of everyone. I transferred to HKU-Shenzhen Hospital’s International department after a particularly horrible appointment that lasted all day.


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