Kowloon Central Cluster
Queen Elizabeth Hospital
Hospital Chief Executive
Dr Albert LO
Hospital Governing Committee
Hospital Governing Committee (PDF)
Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH) is a major acute hospital with over 1,800 beds and a staff force of about 4,800. Opened in 1963, it provides 24 hour accident and emergency service with a full complement of 16 medical specialties, and operates three specialist clinics and five general outpatient clinics.
The hospital provides care of a high level of intensity for patients in all clinical specialties. It is also a tertiary referral centre for many of its clinical specialties in Hong Kong, notably services for cancer, chest and heart diseases, nervous system diseases and urogynaecological diseases.
QEH is a teaching hospital for basic, undergraduate and post-graduate training of doctors, nurses and allied health professional staff, establishing close relationships with all related tertiary education institutes. The hospital is frequently visited by overseas and Mainland healthcare workers.
QEH establishes partnerships with the public and other healthcare institutions or organisations in pioneering professional development and health services, e.g. Patient Resource Centre, Adolescent Medical Centre, Hospital Volunteer Services, Nursing Education, Public Health Education, Rehabilitation Services etc.
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