Seaman's Hospital [1843-1873]
The Chinese Repository: From January to December 1849
"July 26th. Annual Meeing of the "Destitute Sick Foreigners" Society at Hongkong. Receipts, $1,215; expenditures, $1,111, mostly through the Seamen's Hospital"
The Lancet - 1867
"The Seamen's Hospital, established by Messrs. Jardine, Matheson, and Co., did good service last year. The new building has been opened about seven months. The admissions in 1866 were 314, as against 406 in 1865."
There are four buildings on this map on the far right on hills to notice (from right to left)
1. Morrison Education Society School
2. Medical Missionary Society Hospital
3. Chief Justice's house (toward harbour)
4. Seaman Hospital (away from harbour)
Current view of the Entrance to the Seaman's Hospital that originally lead to the beach. On the current map above, you get to the entrance from Wanchai Road, near Triangle Street.