- Separate Wards for Male and Female Inmates
The Hospital of Victoria Prison had separate wards for male and female inmates.
- Prison Hospital Staff’s Responsibility
The hospital staff was responsible for providing medical cares for the sick inmates round the clock. They also needed to conduct body examination for the newly admitted convicts and detainees.
- Hospital Waiting Area
Hospital waiting area on the Second floor of D Hall.
- Hospital Store Room
The hospital had dispensary and store room.
- Gynaecology in the Prison Hospital
Ante-natal and post-natal cares were provided in female ward of the prison hospital, but babies are normally delivered in public hospitals.
- Distributing Medicine to Sick Inmates
The medical officer distributed medicine to the sick inmates regularly.
- New Dietary Scale for Prisoners in 1930
A nine pages new dietary scale recommended by the Food Committee brought into force on May 19, 1930.
- Victoria Prison as Reception Centre in the 1960s
All adult male convicted prisoners were received and classified in Victoria Prison in the 1960s.
- Victoria Prison in 1963
Bird’s eye view of Victoria Remand Prison in 1963. The Quarters of the Superintendent of Police was located across Arbuthnot Road opposite to Hall E.
- Page 1 of Victoria Gaol Plan in 1844
The Gaol was Hong Kong’s first and main prison until the 1920s. The first page of the Gaol plan in 1844 shows the early design of the prison.