Thursday, October 23, 2014   

(2014-15 Budget) HK$55 billion investment on new hospitals
(02-26 13:30)

Financial Secretary John Tsang Chun-wah said the government will invest HK$55 billion to enhance hospitals. These include the new Tin Shui Wai Hospital and Hong Kong Children's Hospital, and redeveloping Kwong Wah Hospital, Queen Mary Hospital and Kwai Chung Hospital, as well as expanding the United Christian Hospital and Red Cross Blood Transfusion Service Headquarters.
It will add 1,400 hospital beds.
The government is also studying on the construction of an acute general hospital in the Kai Tak Development Area.
   
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