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The Seventh-Day Adventist Church established the first health retreat, namely “Western Health Reform Institute” in Battle Creek of the US.
China’s first Adventist Hospital “Little Playground Hospital” was set up in Foshan, Guangzhou.
At the age of 80, Dr. Harry Willis Miller came to Hong Kong with the mission of establishing the hospital in Tsuen Wan and raising the fund for it.
Dr. Harry Willis Miller secured a land grant from the Government for building the second hospital in Stubbs Road.
Tsuen Wan Adventist Hospital (currently known as “Hong Kong Adventist Hospital – Tsuen Wan”) opened for operation.
The groundbreaking ceremony for Hong Kong Adventist Hospital (currently known as “Hong Kong Adventist Hospital – Stubbs Road”) was held.
Dr Chan Shun, founder of Crocodile Garments Limited, contributed HK$1 million for building the hospital.
Hong Kong Adventist Hospital – Stubbs Road opened.
La Rue Building was completed for staff accommodation.
The intensive care unit was set up.
The management was committed to the development of clinical cardiology. Doctors and nurses were sent to the US to receive the training on surgical specialties and cardiology.
Hong Kong Heart Center opened.
In striving for the proactive development of specialty services, the Nuclear Medicine Center, MRI Center, Skin Laser Center, Sleep Disorder Center, Ophthalmology Center, Hearing Center and Hemodialysis Center.
With the collaboration of the American Institute for Cancer Research, AmMed Cancer Center was set up to introduce the radiation therapy as well as a variety of advanced cancer treatment technologies.
The Cyberknife Center opened.
An additional floor was built on top of the main block to accommodate an operating room, short stay unit, in addition to the expansion of the Endoscopy Center. The operating room team was sent overseas to receive the training on da Vinci Si HD Surgical System.
The Tomo Therapy was introduced.
The opening ceremony for Hong Kong Adventist Hospital Oncology Center and Minimally Invasive Surgery Center was held with Dr. Ko Wing-Man, the-then Secretary for Food and Health as the officiating guest.
The Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery Center was set up.
Adventist Arrhythmia Center was set up.
Adventist Medical Center was set up in Causeway Bay.
The latest generation of the O-arm O2 imaging system was introduced.
The Hybrid Cardiac Catheterization and Interventional Operating Room opened while the Rapid Access Chest Pain Clinic Centre was set up.
The “24/7 Urgent Care Services” under the supervision of emergency medicine or intensive care doctors was newly installed.
The Heart Center was moved to the first floor where it underwent full renovation.
The Adventist Medical Center in Taikoo Place was set up.
The new Rehabilitation Center is scheduled to be opened in May.