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Redevelopment of

Kwong Wah Hospital

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May 2018
Funding approval by Financial Committee of Legislative Council for the superstructure and associated works for phase 1
May 2019
Commencement of superstructure and associated works for phase 1
Anticipated project completion
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Redevelopment of Kwong Wah HospitalFounded in 1911 and located in a densely populated area, Kwong Wah Hospital (KWH) provides comprehensive medical services to the residents of Mong Kok and Wong Tai Sin Districts. The current buildings of KWH were constructed in 1960s and 1980s but extremely heavy utilization of its facilities for coping with the growing service demand has accelerated their deterioration. Though numerous improvement works have been carried out over the years to address the issues of inadequate space and outdated facilities, the situation is still suboptimal for accommodating the service need and service modernization of KWH.

Therefore, a redevelopment of KWH will be carried out to facilitate the provision of modern and safe services for meeting future healthcare needs of the community. The redevelopment will modernise KWH to enhance its operational efficiency, as well as to provide a patient-oriented environment for the delivery of holistic and seamless healthcare services.

The project comprises:
  1. Demolition of all its existing buildings in phases (except for the Tung Wah Group of Hospitals (TWGHs) Tsui Tsin Tong Out-patient Building and Tung Wah Museum, which are located within the hospital area)
  2. Construction of a new complex
  3. Alteration/addition works to TWGHs Tsui Tsin Tong Out-patient Buildings
  4. Landscaping and road works

Preparatory works of the project began in 2013 and is in progress. Demolition and substructure works for phase 1 began in June 2016 and completed in May 2019. Superstructure and associated works for phase 1 commenced in May 2019.