Children's Cancer Foundation - This Foundation's main objectives are to supplement the services provided by the Hospital Authority, to help doctors increase survival rates, and to enhance the quality of life of all children suffering from cancer, in caring for their physical, psychological and social well-being.
Children's Catastrophic Disease Foundation - Established by the Department of Paediatrics and Adolescent Medicine of The University of Hong Kong and charitable parties to provide funds to improve treatment of children with catastrophic diseases and enhance the care of such children.
Children's Heart Foundation - This Foundation focuses on the improvement of care in children with heart diseases through patient education and support activities, financial support for patients requiring intervention, and purchase of medical equipment for surgery and diagnosis.
Dyslexia Association (Hong Kong) - The Association was established in September 1995 and its two main aims are to increase awareness of specific learning difficulties and provide support to those affected by them.
eHealth Consortium - Promotes public health informatics and brings together IT and health professionals from the public and private sectors to discuss interoperability and data sharing issues.
The Hong Kong Coalition of AIDS Service Organizations - Formed in February 1998, the Coalition consists of agencies registered in Hong Kong which deliver ongoing HIV/AIDS programmes and services, or which have a particular interest in supporting people with HIV/AIDS and vulnerable groups.
The Hong Kong Liver Foundation - A charitable organization set up in August 1992 by a group of concerned members of the community with the support of doctors specialising in liver diseases, the Foundation is dedicated to fighting liver diseases by supporting education and research.
Hong Kong Lung Foundation - The local resource of training and research in respiratory medicine for medical professionals, education information on respiratory disease for the public, and expert opinion on respiratory diseases.
Hong Kong Red Cross - Ensures the provision of safe and adequate blood supply to the community at all times to save lives, and supports a wide range of community service in accordance with the Fundamental Principles of the International Red Cross.
Orbis Asia - A non-profit, humanitarian organization dedicated to fighting avoidable blindness worldwide through health education and hands-on training for ophthalmologists, nurses, biomedical engineers and other healthcare workers.
Community Fall Prevention Campaign - An introduction to a fall prevention programme, which aims to increase public awareness towards the serious consequences of elderly osteoporotic fractures and prevention of falls and fractures in the community.
Council for the AIDS Trust Fund - Provides assistance to HIV-infected haemophiliacs and generally strengthens medical and support services and public education on AIDS. Includes description of funding programmes, application forms and annual accounts.
Depressed Little Prince - Describes depression, its diagnosis and its treatment, and provides resources for people seeking help.
Diabetes Hongkong - Provides an introduction to the association, current events, knowledge about diabetes, its prevention and treatment.
Hear Talk Foundation - Provides public education and elevates the standard of care of hearing and speech communicative disorders. Includes an introduction to its services and activities.
Hepatitis Free Generation - A campaign to raise funds for vaccination of newborns in China against hepatitis B. Provides the foundation's background, information on hepatitis B, event schedule and photo gallery.
Men's Health - A website maintained by the Department of Health to raise men's interests in their own health and to enable them to learn men's health knowledge through self-explanatory and interactive activities.
Hong Kong Baptist Hospital - Founded in 1963, the Hong Kong Baptist Hospital is one of the social service institutions of the Baptist Convention of Hong Kong and is wholly self-financing and non-profit-taking.
Hong Kong Hospital Authority - A statutory body established on 1 December 1990 under the Hospital Authority Ordinance to manage all public hospitals in Hong Kong.
Kwai Chung Hospital - Provides assessment, treatment and in-patient services for psychiatric patients in the Kowloon peninsula, Kwai Chung, Tsing Yi, Tsuen Wan, Tung Chung and outlying islands.
Kwong Wah Hospital - Kwong Wah Hospital was established by the Board of Directors of Tung Wah Hospital in 1911 as the first hospital on the Kowloon peninsula. The name "Kwong Wah" stands for Kwang-tung Chinese for whom the hospital was to serve.
MacLehose Medical Rehabilitation Centre - The Centre's mission is the restoring to health, self-reliance and economic independence of people with physical disability arising from illness or injury.
Pok Oi Hospital - Provides medical services to the public of Yuen Long, Tin Shui Wai, Lau Fau Shan, Kam Tin, Fanling and Sheung Shui.
Prince of Wales Hospital - Located in the city centre of Shatin, it is an acute general hospital as well as the teaching hospital of the Medical Faculty of The Chinese University of Hong Kong. With around 1360 beds and a total workforce of about 4000, it is the regional hospital of the Eastern New Territories.
Princess Margaret Hospital - Established in 1975 as a regional hospital providing 24 hours Accident and Emergency services and a range of acute medical services to residents in the southwestern New Territories region.
Queen Elizabeth Hospital - Located in the heart of Kowloon, Queen Elizabeth Hospital operates a 24-hour Accident and Emergency service and a full spectrum of specialist services. It provides medical care in both inpatient and specialist outpatient services. The hospital is also a referral centre of the major specialties.
Queen Mary Hospital - One of the largest acute regional hospitals of Hong Kong, and a teaching hospital of the medical school of the University of Hong Kong.
Tuen Mun Hospital - An acute hospital with a designed capacity of 1606 beds serving Tuen Mun and the northwest regions of the New Territories in Hong Kong.
Tung Wah Eastern Hospital - Founded by the Tung Wah Group of Hospitals in 1929, the hospital's current service directions are to expand and develop medical rehabilitation services and secondary and tertiary ophthalmic services.
Tung Wah Group of Hospitals - The oldest charitable organization in Hong Kong, offering medical and health services, education services and community services to the Hong Kong community.
Union Hospital - A private hospital established in the year 1994, located in the Eastern New Territories.