Dr. Dawson Fong

Dr Dawson Fong took up training in neurosurgery since graduating from the University of Hong Kong.

Range of treatment

Specialist in Neurosurgery
President of Hong Kong Stroke Fund
President of the Hong Kong
Neurosurgery Society
President of the Hong Kong Stroke Society
Federation of the Medical Societies of Hong Kong

Online Enquiry / Booking

Please call the office at (852)2801 6368. We will arrange schedule during normal business hours.

Hong Kong Neurosurgery Centre — Our Professionals

Shop Nos. 809-11,8/F,H Zentre,15 Middle Road,Tsim Sha Tsui,Kowloon
Tel:(852) 2801 6368
Fax:(852) 2801 6898

Room 1101-2, 11/F, Crawford House, 70 Queen's Road Central, Hong Kong.
Tel:(852) 2801 6010
Fax:(852) 2801 6880

Hong Kong Neurosurgery Centre

Room 1101-2, 11/F, Crawford House, 70 Queen's Road Central, Hong Kong.
Phone:(852) 2801 6368
Fax:(852) 2801 6898

office hours:
Monday to Friday
- 10:00am-1:00pm
- 3:00pm-6:00pm
Saturday
- 10:00am-1:00pm
Sunday & Public Holiday
- Closed

Doctor's Profile

Dr Dawson Fong took up training in neurosurgery since graduating from the University of Hong Kong. After obtaining his Fellowship at the Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh, he received further training in Canada and the United States as visiting fellows. For the past 23 years, he had been the Chief of Service and Consultant Neurosurgeon of the Department of Neurosurgery at Tuen Mun Hospital, one of the major neurosurgery training centres in Hong Kong before he joins the Hong Kong Neurosurgery Centre in 2014.

Main Field

Apart from general neurosurgery of the brain and spinal cord, his special interests include paediatric, vascular and epilepsy neurosurgery.

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Achievement

He is the Training Program Director of the Neurosurgery Board at the College of Surgeon of Hong Kong responsible for matters related to the training quality of the next generation of local neurosurgeons. Currently he is the President of Hong Kong Stroke Fund, a charity organization aiming to promote awareness of the disease and to support unfortunate patients and families affected by the malady. He has been President of the Hong Kong Neurosurgery Society, the Hong Kong Stroke Society and the Federation of the Medical Societies of Hong Kong.