Services Overview
Obstetrics & Gynaecology Centre
Introduction

Obstetrics & Gynaecology Centre

Hong Kong Baptist Hospital’s Obstetrics & Gynaecology team consists of experienced O&G specialists, Neonatologist, midwives and advanced practice nurses. Together with advanced equipment, we are able to deliver professional diagnosis, quality check-ups, treatment and nursing care.

Service Scope

  • Obstetric
    • Prenatal Check Up
      • Antenatal Screening, Prenatal Diagnosis and Risk Assessment
      • High Resolution Fetal Scan
      • Screening for Down’s Syndrome: OSCAR (Nuchal test) for first trimester; Second Trimester Screening
      • Preterm Assessment
      • Safety T21
      • Fetal Growth Scan, Cord Blood Flow and Amniotic Fluid Measurement
      • CVS (chrorionic villus sampling) for chromosome screening / DNA (11-13 weeks)
      • Amniocentesis for chromosome screening / DNA
      • Fetal DNA Chip
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    • Postnatal Check Up
      • Postnatal Assessment
      • Ultrasound Scanning (if needed)

 

  • Gynaecology
    • Abnormal vaginal discharge
    • Abnormal vaginal bleeding
    • Benign cyst or mass such as ovarian cyst and uterine fibroid
    • HPV vaccination
    • Regular Pap smear check
    • Cervical lesions

 

  • Day Surgery
    • Colposcopy
    • Endometrial Biopsy
    • Gynaecology Minor Operation

 

  • Treatment
    • Minimally invasive surgery service in gynaecology
    • Laparoscopy requires few small incisions in the abdomen to allow examination of the abdominal or pelvic organs and to perform surgery.  We provide the following Laparoscopic Surgeries:
      • Laparoscopic ovarian cystectomy
      • Laparoscopic myomectomy
      • Laparoscopic total hysterectomy
      • Laparoscopic tuboplasty
      • Laparoscopic tubal ligation
      • Laparoscopic Infertility examination and treatment
      • Laparoscopic excision of endometriosis
    • Hysteroscopy and Hysteroscopic Surgery
      • Hysterescopic endometrial ablation
      • Hysteroscopic myomectomy
Service Hours & Contact
Monday – Friday 10:00am – 12:30pm
3:30pm – 6:30pm
Saturday 10:00am – 12:30pm
Sunday and Public Holidays Closed

For enquiries and appointments, please contact us at: (By Appointment Only)

  • 222 Waterloo Road, Kowloon Tong, LG1/F, Block D, Hong Kong Baptist Hospital
  • 2339 7200/03
  • 2339 7204
  • obgyn@hkbh.org.hk
Doctors
Dr.FUNG Tak Yuen
Chief of Service, Obstetrics & Gynaecology
Clinical Associate Professor (Honorary), Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, CUHK
Qualifications
MBBS(HK)
FRCOG
FHKCOG
FHKAM(Obstetrics and Gynaecology)
Cert HKCOG(Maternal and Fetal Med)
Specialist in Obstetrics & Gynaecology
Dr.SO Sham
Consultant in Obstetrics & Gynaecology
Qualifications
LMCHK
MRCOG
FHKAM(Obstetrics and Gynaecology)
FHKCOG
Specialist in Obstetrics & Gynaecology
Health Information & Leaflet

Cancer of Cervix

The cervix is the lower part of the uterus.

Causes

  • Infected by Human Papilloma Virus
  • Having sex at an early age and having many sexual partners
  • Unknown reason

Symptoms

  • Abnormal bleeding such as between peroids or after intercourse
  • Bleeding after menopausal
  • Abnormal vaginal discharge

Diagnosed

  • Pap Smear – Pap smear is used to help diagnose cancer of the cervix. However, it is the most common test to detect early cell changes
  • Colposcopy – A small sample of biopsy is taken from the cervix for examination under a microscope
  • Loop Electrosurgical Excision Procedure (LEEP) – it is carried out under anaesthesia and used to remove the affected area

Treatment

  • Surgery
    • The operation for cancer of the cervix usually involves the removal of the uterus, and sometimes a small part of vagina and lymph nodes as well
    • The ovaries may also be removed
    • In very early stage, it may be possible treated with LEEP
  • Radiotherapy
    • Radiotherapy for cancer of the cervix can be given externally or internally
    • By using high energy rays to destroy the cancer cells
    • Radiotherapy may sometimes be given, either before or after surgery if the doctor concern that some cancer cells may be left behind
  • Chemotherapy
    • Chemotherapy is using the cytotoxic drugs to destroy the cancer cells. They work by disrupting the growth and division of cancer cells
    • Chemotherapy may be given before surgery or radiotherapy, to shrink the cancer and to make these treatments easier to carry out
    • It may be used after surgery if there is a risk of recurring in future.