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Q: Which is the nearest subway station in Shenzhen to visit Shenzhen Kouan Hospital

Hi, Can anyone please let me know that which is the nearest sub way station to go Shenzhen Kouan hopistal for my medical check up and to get my medical certificate. I suppose to go there so that i can apply for my residence permit after my medical checkup.

2 years 51 weeks ago in  Visa & Legalities - Shenzhen

 
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get a taxi, subway still a bit away from there, no big sign posts or anything like that, best take a picture of address for taxi driver , as they wont know the place

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Kouan Hospital is in Huanggang Port, Futian ....

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Huanggang_Port

Futian Checkpoint Station (Chinese: 福田口岸站) is a terminus of Line 4 of the Shenzhen Metro. It opened on June 28, 2007. It is located at the ground level of Futian Port Control Point (Chinese: 福田口岸管制站) in Futian DistrictShenzhenPeople's Republic of China, and it is the only ground station in Shenzhen Metro. Futian Port Control Point and Futian Checkpoint Station are connected to Hong Kong's Lok Ma Chau Station by a footbridge.[1][2]

The station was called "Huanggang Station" (Chinese: 皇岗站) because of its location near Huanggang, which is also an immigration control point between Shenzhen and Hong Kong. It was renamed to "Futiankouan Station" on 15 August 2008 to avoid confusion between Futian Port and Huanggang Port.[3][4] "Kouan" (口岸) means a (immigration) port. Starting from 1 July 2010, with MTR Corporation (Shenzhen) taking over the operations and management of Line 4, the English name Futian Checkpoint is now used.

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(VIII) Application Documents

1. Initial application: (It shall be deemed as initial application if his/her residence permit expired.): (1) Health Certificate issued by Guangdong Exit-Entry Inspection and Quarantine Bureau in the last six months if applicants aged 18 to 70 years; (3rd Floor, Shenzhen Kouan Hospital, address: in the living quarters, Huanggang Kouan, Binghe Street, Futian District, Shenzhen) (2) (agent shall not be permit for first application for residence permit) Notice to Application for Residence Permit and transcripts of interviews issued by Foreigner Management Division of this department (office 205)

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https://www.travelchinaguide.com/cityguides/guangdong/shenzhen/transport...

 

Have a look for Kouan at metro map... I think, it's line 4 ...'cause you laowai are all un-lucky!

 

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get a taxi, subway still a bit away from there, no big sign posts or anything like that, best take a picture of address for taxi driver , as they wont know the place

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