Queen Mary Hospital specialises in dental care and IVF. Founded in 1937, this certified clinic is located in Hong Kong, Hong Kong. See customer reviews, before and after photos and ask for the price of surgery abroad. Fill in the form for a free pre-diagnosis. Quick response.
Queen Mary Hospital, Hong Kong
Officially opened in 1937, Queen Mary Hospital was named after Queen Mary, widow of King George V of England. Since then, the facility has undergone several extensions, bringing the capacity to 1,700 beds. It provides medical and surgical services to domestic patients and medical tourists.
Attitude of an old lady nurse with short hair was beyond rude. We were almost screamed at for asking a few questions. This woman should be fired instantly. Horrible how people are being treated during the time when care and help is very much needed. Avoid this place by all means. Better take a taxi to Gleneagles hospital where people are being treated with manners and respects. This short hair old female nurse should never face any humans. Total rubbish!
Staff in this hospital are not willing to work, they will intentionally keep you wait for long time to drive you away from the hospital. Then they can earn money without providing any service. They will even laugh at you when you are in agony and claim “why don't you go to private hospital”? Tones of patients are waiting outside for more than six hours and the doctor keep chatting with nurses.
We came at their A&E at 2 am dawn coz my son was not feeling well and had 2 day fever where at some point reach 40 C. We waited 4 hrs in their hospital wasting time and money. It seems that they lack time management and nursing and doctor staff at that time which we understood but having to wait for a long time with your child not feeling well is the worst thing that can happen to any parents. We wanted our child to get medical attention in this hospital as it has complete equipment to check whats goinng on with out child. We just decided to go bcoz when we ask how long would it take they just didnt know what to answer. verry terrible.PSSome of the staff here and doctors are rude and tend to respond in rude manner when asked which is not expected if you are working in hospital care and we had bad experience with their maternal delivery service
Had to visit the ER a while back and was very surprised by how great the staff and system runs despite all the stress they are subjected to. The treatment i received was excellent and the staff was highly professional and attentive, in spite of seemingly being overworked -- they still cared, which meant a lot to me and other patients I spoke with. Highly recommended for a public hospital.
Down to luck which nurses you get. Some were cordial, others rude and shouting at the elderly. Vicky working the enquiry hotline is the worst. She just says no or no idea to everything and says the hospital doesn't have vaccination services. Expect dysfunction at some level even at the so called 'best' public hospital in HK.
Not the best place for emergencies, they can keep you on hold (waiting on a bed) for weeks before they perform a major but not life threatening surgery.Bonus: Doctors Barely give you any information after the surgery, on what they did on you.
I heard this hospital has a team of experienced doctors who know their stuff well. Well, luckily I did not have a lot of stuff to consult them for. But during my visit to this hospital, there wasn’t much to complain about except the long wait time. But I heard that it has gotten better recently…interesting through, certain hospital in the downtown area got super busy and everyone has to work extra hours there. I wonder whether it has something to do with the ambulance / police services deliberately sending more cases to that downtown hospital due to distance / convenience?Honestly, I choose to believe that it was actually meant to allow staff members at other hospitals to focus on truly meaningful medical cases and spend more time with their family.
Twice now I have been to this hospital on emergency referral. Twice I have had to stay for over 5 hours unattended to. Twice, I had to leave without any medical attention whatsoever and the last one, I was actually sent a bill of 1,230 HKD for nothing.
My first experience having to take an ambulance And I was taken to Queen Mary. The type of pain I was in was excruciating and the nurse deemed my case not urgent. At 3:30am! I was left waiting for two hours even though the waiting room was basically empty. Dizzy with pain and barely able to stand, I ended up leaving to tho to Canossa Hospital. Unbelievable. I know public hospitals have waits but this was unreasonable for what I came in for
My Mother was admitted to 5A ward in October 2021,All the nurses and doctors were very caring and helpful. I like to pay my highest commendation to Mr Lui Hok Yin (呂學賢）for his professional nursing care and attention to my mother , he is really a great asset and role model at Queen Mary Hospital.
I have mixed reviews about Queen Mary Hospital. The Emergency Ward female nurses in E3 were highly unprofessional, rude, lacking any sympathy and treated my love one with no human decency or with respect. They should be ashamed of themselves and shouldn't be allowed to be nurses. Bedside manner, manners, or just human decency is non-existing. Queen Mary Hospital needs to retrain their staff or Hong Kong needs to thoroughly check who should can be registered as a nurse. However, on the other hand, the male nurses were professional, understanding, kind and helpful.Due to the lock down, guest were not allowed, but the doctor had given me compassionate visit to visit my spouse. Had I not visit there, I would had never imagine the treatment he was receiving from the female nurses.He had severe delirium and was strapped down. Instead of helping him calm down or at least have his bed and his surroundings clean, they left him. His pillow, blankets, and bedsheets were drenched in sweat. Blood stain was splatter on his bedsheets, the wounds he had opened and were not attended to, not cleaned or bandaged up. It was a very hard to digest and see this sort of treatment.For a hospital, and especially during COVID time, cleanliness and hygiene should be a given. Wounds should be cleaned and bandaged. You expect your loved ones to be treated with some sort of care, but instead they are treated like this. This is borderline patient abuse. I wonder how many other patients were treated like this and their love ones do not know because they aren't allowed to visit. This is disgusting from a hospital.On the other hand, the ICU nurses were kind. However, one good apple in a crate full of rotten apples.
I was called here after my spouse suffered a fall in the street and was taken by ambulance. When I arrived at the A&E department he still hadn't been seen after almost an hour. Some time later we thought we heard his name called over the PA system when a local woman wearing PPE came rushing up to us with a paper in her hand, shoved it in our faces and demanded to know, "Is this you"? We confirmed the name and were greeted with a torrent of abuse for not listening and wasting hospital time. We tried to explain we'd heard the announcement but were not sure because they'd mispronounced the name so badly and were about to confirm but the woman's attitude was so poor we were clearly wasting our time. His vital signs were taken and we waited another 5 hours (more than 6 in total). Nobody called or checked on us and in the end we went elsewhere to get medical attention. I've received more professional and efficient service at hospitals in developing countries. QMH, and the woman we dealt with in particular, you are a disgrace and should be ashamed of yourselves. HK deserves better.
I went to the A&E emergency room today for a cut and it took me 4h wait + 30min operation to get it done. The nurse Leon (5 stars for him!!!) who did the stitches for me were SUPER friendly and speaks fluent English, while the other female nurse were VERY rude, nagging my poor understanding of Cantonese. Overall the space was packed and a bit overwhelming for a first timer. But I’m so lucky to have a good nurse who took care of my little surgery.
I have been in and out of this hospital since literal birth. The medical services are good and covers for many things. Yet the attitude of doctors and nurses are not to standards TIL THIS DAY. I could only remember 2 nice staffs there.
C'était le plus ancien et peut-être le plus grand hôpital gouvernemental de l'île de Hong Kong, qui était encore en cours d'agrandissement et de rénovation. Des étudiants en médecine étudiaient ici. Un service d'urgence 24 heures sur 24 était disponible. Les professeurs étaient très expérimentés. Le service était généralement bon. Aucune prise de photo n'était autorisée.
Le mardi 25 août 2O2O, je n’ai pas eu le temps d’aller à l’hôpital Queen Mary pour aider mon ami sourd à des visites de suivi chez le médecin, car j'avais quelque chose pour aider à amener Ah Zhen à Prince Union Square à 14 heures et j'avais besoin d'une nouvelle carte pour China Mobile. Je vais rarement au Central International Finance Centre pour regarder l’ordinateur et Internet, car j’irai à plusieurs reprises à l’hôpital Tseung Kwan O et à l’hôpital Queen Elizabeth pour aider à emmener le mari d’Ah Zhen pour une consultation de suivi.
Went in Friday with a semi emergency - stomach bleeding. Was attended to within 30-45 minutes, a got checked and a bed. Released after two nights and the doctors and nurses were professional. As a public hospital, i'd recommend.
I don't understand why there are so many foreigners leaving negative comments about substandard medical services they claimed to have received at QMH. My own experiences for myself and my aging parents in the past 10 years have been satisfactory. I would give it 80% - 85%. The guys working there are subject to extreme workloads and pressures since HK allowed far too many inconsiderate and rude immigrants from you-know-where! Before we open our mouths to complain we'd better try putting out foot in their shoes and don't exaggerate things just because we aren't happy about single incidents.
Queen Mary Hospital's B6 ward (a medical respiratory isolation ward) was on strike today. All doctors and nurses were proposed to have sick leave today except for a nursing officer (please see attached poster). Telephoned the ward and waited for a long time for someone to answer my phone. Then a male staff answered the phone at last saying that he is the nursing officer. I asked him why I needed to wait for a long time and was he the only staff on the ward? He was rude as he hung up my phone suddenly without saying anything. Hong Kong always has doctors and nurses shortage esp Hong Kong has a flu season at present. How can anyone propose all medical and nursing staff pretend to be ill on the ward? What happened to their patients? Queen Mary Hospital is a teaching hospital and this action sets a very bad example abut the Hong Kong medical care.
Good doctors, the best government hospital in Hong Kong. The down side is, they don't answer you many things or telling you all the details. They are doing their job. They did that just to stop people to asking them too much. The doctors will do their jobs there. We just need to trust them.
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