Queen Mary Hospital (QMH), situated at the south western side of the Hong Kong Island, began operation in 1937 with 546 beds. It is now an acute regional hospital with about 1,700 beds. Being an acute hospital, QMH provides a full range of comprehensive healthcare services from 24-hour Accident & Emergency services through different specialties and subspecialties to rehabilitation.

Tertiary & Quaternary Referral Services

QMH is also a tertiary and quaternary referral centre for many complex and advanced technology services such as organ transplant, bone marrow transplant, neonatal intensive care, paediatric surgery, assisted reproduction, cardiothoracic surgery, oral maxillofacial surgery and dental surgery, burns and reconstructive surgery and neurosurgery etc. for the entire territory.

Partnership with The University of Hong Kong

Being the teaching hospital for The University of Hong Kong Li Ka Shing Faculty of Medicine, QMH provides a training and research ground for post-graduates and undergraduates, both local and overseas. It is also a recognized training centre in various disciplines by respective Royal Colleges of the United Kingdom.