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Redevelopment of

Queen Mary Hospital, phase 1

May 2018
Funding approval by Finance Committee of Legislative Council for the main works
Oct 2018
Main works commencement
Anticipated project completion
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Queen Mary Hospital, phase 1 Established in 1937, Queen Mary Hospital (QMH) is a major acute hospital in the Hong Kong West Cluster of Hospital Authority. It provides a full range of acute and tertiary services, and specialist services to the residents of Central and Western and Southern Districts.

It also serves as a tertiary and quaternary referral centre for many complex and advanced services such as organ transplant, burns and reconstructive surgery for the entire territory, and it is the only designated liver transplant centre in Hong Kong, providing world-class liver transplant service.

Furthermore, as the teaching hospital of the Li Ka Shing Faculty of Medicine of The University of Hong Kong, QMH also provides professional clinical training, pioneers innovative technology and conducts clinical trials for new treatment modalities.

However, the services development and technological advancement of QMH have been limited by the outdated design of its facilities, insufficient clinical space and unsatisfactory service zoning. Hence, the hospital will be redeveloped in phases into a modern health sciences centre to cope with the growing clinical service and teaching demands.

The redevelopment of QMH will be carried out in two phases. The scope of the phase 1 redevelopment project comprises the following :
  • demolition of Clinical Pathology Building, University Pathology Building and Housemen Quarters for the construction of a new block; and
  • provision of a new access point from Pokfulam Road.