Message from Management

Dr. LI Wai Tat, Walton




Dr. LI Wai Tat, Walton
Medical Superintendent of HKSH

The year 2017 marks the 95th anniversary of Hong Kong
Sanatorium & Hospital. For decades we have been carrying on our proud tradition through ups and downs, leaving a trail of clinical breakthroughs in services and technology. Blessed with a strong foundation and a great history, we are as determined as ever in our pursuit for “Quality in Service Excellence in Care”.

It has always been, and will always be, your continuous support that drives us towards success. While challenges are inevitable, nothing is impossible if we all move forward in partnership.

2017 Celebration Calendar

11 to 12 February
Retreat
HKSH’s 95th Anniversary Kick-Off Ceremony
Venue: Hyatt Regency Hong Kong, Shatin




The annual Hospital Retreat has long been a major platform for members of Hospital Management, doctors and staff members to exchange ideas on the future development of the Hospital. The theme of this year’s Hospital Retreat was “Clinical Partnership in Care”. Together with over 200 staff members at the Hospital Retreat, members of Hospital Management unveiled the HKSH’s 95th anniversary logo and the slogan “In Partnership, We Move Towards the Centenary” at the kick-off ceremony.

2017 Celebration Calendar

26 March
Walk For A Vision
Venue: Hong Kong Sanatorium & Hospital




More than 280 runners and well-wishers participated in this year’s Walk For A Vision organised by HKSH Village Volunteers, raising HK$546,000 for Children’s Cancer Foundation in support of its public education campaign to boost awareness of retinoblastoma among healthcare professionals as well as members of the public. The Campaign calls for public attention on “white pupil reflex”, an early sign of retinoblastoma or RB, to enable early detection and treatment of the potentially debilitating and fatal disease.

2017 Celebration Calendar

6 May
Dr. Li Shu Fan Oration
Venue: JW Marriott




Hong Kong Sanatorium & Hospital was honoured to have Mrs. Carrie LAM share her views on the future of local healthcare at Dr. Li Shu Fan Oration 2017, which was held at JW Marriott on 6 May and was attended by around 300 dignitaries, healthcare professionals, friends and staff members.

2017 Celebration Calendar

July to September
'Big Moments' x 'Big Shots' Photo Exhibition




The year 2017 celebrates the 95th anniversary of HKSH and 130 years of Medicine in Hong Kong. In commemoration of the strong ties and longtime collaborations, HKSH and HKU Li Ka Shing Faculty of Medicine jointly present HKSH 95th Anniversary ‘Great Moments’ X ‘Big Shots’ Photo Exhibition in Celebration of ‘130 Years of Medicine’.

2017 Celebration Calendar

13 August
HKSH Symposium on Advances in Cancer Management 2017:
Confidence in Motion – CyberKnife SBRT
Venue: Grand Hyatt Hong Kong




The Hospital has brought in a new cancer treatment option for its patients with the installation of CyberKnife M6, the latest model in Asia. “HKSH Symposium on Advances in Cancer Management 2017: Confidence in Motion - CyberKnife SBRT” was held to promote understanding of Stereotactic Body Radiation Therapy (SBRT) among healthcare professionals. The Symposium was attended by more than 300 participants and joined by eight local and overseas experts who shared their experiences in using CyberKnife.

2017 Celebration Calendar

3 Septemeber
LSP Symposium
Venue: JW Marriott




The 6th Li Shu Pui Symposium featured the “Recent Developments of Medical Practice (Oncology)”. A total of 19 clinical specialists shared their views on the role of surgery, breast cancer management, diagnosis & therapy of cancer, and general medicine, providing an effective platform for promoting academic exchanges on the latest medical advances. The Symposium was honored to have Dr. Joost Nuyttens, MD, PHD as the Speaker of Li Shu Pui Lecture. Dr. Nuyttens is the Program Director of Robotic Radiosurgery and Stereotactic Body Radiation Therapy (SBRT) at the Department of Radiation Oncology of Erasmus MC Cancer Institute in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, and he delivered a presentation entitled “Expanded Roles of Radiotherapy in Modern Cancer Treatment”. A record-high number of 600 clinical and medical personnel attended the Symposium.

2017 Celebration Calendar


28 September
95th Anniversary Luncheon and Gala Dinner
Venue: Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre




Hong Kong Sanatorium & Hospital’s 95 Anniversary Gala Celebrations were held on 28 September 2017, joined by over 3,300 guests and colleagues. The Hon. Mrs. Carrie LAM CHENG Yuet-ngor, Chief Executive, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, Prof. Sophia CHAN Siu Chee, Secretary for Food and Health, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, and Prof. Gabriel LEUNG, Dean of Li Ka Shing Faculty of Medicine, The University of Hong Kong, graced the occasion in a toasting led by Dr. Walton LI, Medical Superintendent, Mr. Wyman LI, Manager (Administration) and members of the management of the Hospital, to celebrate the Hospital’s 95 years of clinical excellence that “In Partnership We Move Towards the Centenary.”

2017 Celebration Calendar


29 October
HONG KONG SANATORIUM & HOSPITAL - ABBVIE
Immune Mediated Inflammatory Diseases (IMID) Scientific Symposium
Venue: The Excelsior




The Immune Mediated Inflammatory Diseases (IMID) Scientific Symposium featured presentations by our Specialists in Dermatology, Gastroenterology and Hepatology, Ophthalmology and Rheumatology, highlighting the importance of a comprehensive, multi-disciplinary approach in diagnosing and treating immunerelated disorders. Over 100 doctors and clinical personnel attended the Symposium.

2017 Celebration Calendar


19 November
OGC Symposium
Venue: JW Marriott




Seven leading overseas clinical specialists from Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Singapore, Taiwan, and Thailand shared their clinical experiences in gynaecological surgery. The Symposium was highly raised with over 210 participants in the medical profession.



HKSH History

  1. 1922


    • The Yeung Wo Nursing Home, the predecessor of Hong Kong Sanatorium & Hospital (HKSH), was established with 28 beds by leading Chinese medical practitioners and prominent Hong Kong residents.

  2. 1926


    • Appointment of Dr. Li Shu Fan as Medical Superintendent

  3. 1927


    • Establishment of Training School for Registered Nurses

  4. 1931


    • Charity services began at the ground floor of the Old Block

  5. 1947


    • General Electric Mobile 100mA X-Ray, the Hospital’s 1st X-ray machine

  6. 1954


    • Deep X-ray treatment machine for cancer treatments, 1st in the private sector

  7. 1956


    • The 8-storey South Wing of Li Shu Fan Block was put into service.

  8. 1961


    • In support of medical education, Dr. Li Shu Fan donated over 80,000 square feet of land in Pokfulam to HKU’s Faculty of Medicine.

  9. 1963


    • Establishment of Li Shu Fan Medical Foundation

  10. 1966


    • Dr. Li Shu Fan passed away at the age of 79. Dr. Li Shu Pui was appointed as Medical Superintendent.

  11. 1986


    • The birth of HK's first test-tube baby at our HKSH’s IVF Centre.

  12. 1993


    • Opening of Li Shu Pui Block (9/3/1993).

  13. 1998


    • Provision of training of HKU Senior Medical Students at HKSH.

  14. 1999


    • Establishment of Asia’s clinical Positron Emission Tomography (PET) Centre.

  15. 2000

    • HKSH was awarded the 1st Full Accreditation by UK’s Trent Accreditation Board, and later for the 6th time in a row in 2010.

  16. 2001

    • HKSH was accredited for providing 6-year specialist training in Family Medicine, 1st in the private sector.

  17. 2002


    • Opening of Fan Pui Garden at the Faculty of Medicine of HKU.

  18. 2003


    • HKSH remained SARS-free throughout the epidemic.

  19. 2004


    • Resumption of Enrolled Nurse Training Programme.

  20. 2005

    • Dr. Li Shu Pui passed away at the age of 102. Dr. Walton Li, Medical Superintendent, and Mr. Wyman Li, Manager (Administration), took the helm of Hospital operation
    • Set up the first Endowed Professorship at the University of Hong Kong

  21. 2007


    1. The 1st da Vinci® S Robotic Surgical System in HK's private sector

  22. 2008


    1. Opening of Li Shu Pui Block Phase III
    • Incorporation of the Li Shu Pui Medical Foundation Limited
    • Provision of HK’s Master of Nursing programme with PolyU for non-nursing degree holders

  23. 2009


    • Establishment of Village Volunteers in support of staff volunteerism and health-related charitable activities.

  24. 2010


    1. HKSH was awarded HK’s first EQuIP Accreditation Certificate by the Australian Council on Healthcare Service (ACHS).
    • The School of Nursing was accredited for conducting HK’s first Higher Diploma in Nursing (Enrolled Nurse General) Programme by the Hong Kong Council for Accreditation of Academic and Vocational Qualifications (HKCAAVQ).

  25. 2011


    1. HKSH became the world’s largest TomoHD Centre with Asia’s first TomoHD (Helical Direct) Systems, three in total
    • HKSH was awarded Caring Company logo for the 1st time

  26. 2012

       
    1. 1st Dr. Li Shu Fan Oration
    2. 1st Li Shu Pui Symposium
    • Phase IV Development was granted Green Light by the Town Planning Board.

  27. 2013


    • Establishment of 12 Clinical Departments
    • Provision of teaching of CUHK Medical Students
    1. Establishment of the First Stem Cell Laboratory in Hong Kong’s private sector, providing quality stem cells for autologous bone marrow transplant for lymphoma and myeloma

  28. 2014

       
    1. Introduction for the first time in Asia the da Vinci Xi Robotic Surgical System
    2. HKSH became the 1st private hospital to receive ACHS accreditation for the 2nd time

  29. 2015

          
    1. Establishment of HKSH Medical Group and HKSH Healthcare
    2. Opening of HKSH Healthcare Medical Centre in Admiralty
    3. Introduction of the first PET/MR (Molecular MR) Scanner in Hong Kong

  30. 2016

          
    1. Rezoning application for the site of the HKSH Eastern District Advanced Medical Centre at A Kung Ngam, which will house Hong Kong’s first proton therapy equipment, was approved by the Town Planning Board
    2. Hong Kong’s 1st Next Generation Sequencing (NGS)-Pre-implantation Genetic Screening (PGS) baby was born
    3. Establishment of the 8th Endowed Professorship in the University of Hong Kong, in addition to two in the Chinese University of Hong Kong and one in UCLA

  31. 2017

          
    • School of Nursing begins offering Professional Diploma in Nursing Programme (Registered Nurse – General) for Enrolled Nurses
    1. Launch of Acute Stroke Activation Programme (ASAP)
    2. HKSH Healthcare introduces community nursing services to improve continuity of care
    3. Department of Radiotherapy launches new CyberKnife M6 service
    4. International Patient Services to provide one-stop convenience for non-HKSAR patients commences operation

95 Achievements

HKSH has evolved from a single hospital to a multi-site healthcare network, bringing “Quality in Service, Excellence in Care” into the community. Our existing network and future plans at hand cover “9” key locations in Hong Kong that are intricately entwined with “5” key quality drivers.

95 Achievements

Happy Valley



Founded in 1922 as The Yeung Wo Nursing Home with 28 beds, Hong Kong Sanatorium & Hospital has now grown to around 600 beds and more than 30 specialty centres. Upholding our motto of “Quality in Service, Excellence in Care”, the Hospital strives to deliver Total Patient Experience by not only introducing the latest medical advancements, diagnostic and therapeutic services but also seeks to do so in a pleasant, comfortable and modern environment.

95 Achievements

Central



As the first clinic of the community network, HKSH Healthcare Family Medicine and Primary Care Centre (Central) has been in operation since 2007. More specialty services are now available at Chuang’s Building in Central, including Comprehensive Oncology Centre, Endocrine & Diabetes Centre, Geriatric Medicine Centre (Healthy Ageing), Neurology Centre and Rheumatology Centre.

95 Achievements

Admiralty



Opened in 2016, HKSH Healthcare Medical Centre is our multi-specialty centre located at One Pacific Place in Admiralty. Spanning over 50,000 square feet on Level 21 to 23, the flagship outpatient facility offers a wide range of specialty care and services in Cardiology, Dentistry, Dermatology, Digestive Medicine, Endoscopy, Refractive Surgery, Ophthalmology, Pain Management, Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery and Skin Laser.

95 Achievements

Island West



HKSH Healthcare Family Medicine and Primary Centre (Island West) has been serving the Western District community since 2014. Apart from primary care, HKSH Healthcare Geriatric Medicine (Health Ageing) Centre has also been in service since 2015 to cater for the needs of an ageing population.

95 Achievements

Taikoo



HKSH Healthcare Family Medicine and Primary Care Centre (Taikoo) was opened in 2011, serving a vibrant business-cum-residential area in the Eastern District.

95 Achievements

North Point



HKSH Healthcare Family Medicine and Primary Care Centre (Tanner Hill) and HKSH Healthcare Senior Citizen Wellness Centre have been in operation since December 2016 at The Tanner Hill, a pioneering residential plus healthcare services concept geared for the elderly. A new service model promoting 360˚ care for the elderly was adopted, and includes general outpatient and geriatric medicine specialty services, preventive care and health awareness promotion activities to inspire lifestyle changes.

Some services offered by HKSH Healthcare Senior Citizen Wellness Centre will be supported by HKSH Community Nursing Services launched in May 2017. The service is the first of its type offered in the local private medical sector, integrating inpatient, outpatient and community care services under one umbrella. Community nurses will conduct clinical assessments and carry out tailor-made care plans during home visits, allowing patients to receive treatments and recover in the comfort of their homes.

95 Achievements

A Kung Ngam



To be launched in phases over the next 5 years at A Kung Ngam, the HKSH Eastern District Advanced Medical Centre will be a one-of-a-kind cancer care facility that provides a comprehensive range of diagnostic, therapeutic and support cancer services, bringing hope to patients in Hong Kong and broader region. The Eastern District Advanced Medical Centre will also house Hong Kong’s first proton therapy equipment (scheduled opening in 2022), and is a testament to our commitment to bring in cutting edge treatment modalities in the fight against cancer. A 24-hour outpatient service will also be introduced in AKN to cater for the needs of residents in Eastern District.

95 Achievements

Wong Chuk Hang



Hong Kong Sanatorium & Hospital established its School of Nursing in 1927, and is the only private hospital in Hong Kong that offers enrolled and registered nursing curricula in the School of Nursing, and specialty training in the School of Midwifery. The School was relocated to a new campus in Wong Chuk Hang in 2014 to make space for facilities such as simulated wards, skills laboratory and a library for a more conducive environment to learning. The School trains Enrolled Nurses through the Higher Diploma in Nursing (Enrolled Nurse General) Programme and Registered Nurses through the Master of Nursing Programme conducted jointly with the Hong Kong Polytechnic University. It has also started offering Professional Diploma (Registered Nurse General) enhancement programme since January 2017.

95 Achievements

Tsim Sha Tsui



To ensure high professionalism and close partnership with doctors for the benefit of our patients, a Treatment Planning Office of Department of Radiotherapy has been set up in Tsim Sha Tsui to facilitate oncologists whose personal clinics might be in Kowloon, providing them more convenient access to our support team of highly trained dosimetrists and radiation therapists in devising the best treatment plans for patients.

95 Achievements

Medical



The Hospital was founded by a group of leading Chinese medical practitioners and prominent Hong Kong residents in 1922 to provide healthcare facilities for the Chinese community.

At present, about 1,600 doctors, including 150 in-house doctors, encompassing a wide range of specialties, serve at the Hospital. Privileges of doctors and their credentials are subject to a triennial review to ensure that patients are treated by professionally qualified and well-experienced doctors.

12 clinical departments have been set up to facilitate integration and closer monitoring of service provision, standardisation of protocols and pricing, development of sub-specialties and continuous medical education.

Visiting and In-House doctors play a key role in enhancing service delivery and development through their contributions at 11 Medical Advisory Committees of various specialties.

To-date, over 2,000 HKU and CUHK medical students have received training at the Hospital in collaboration with medical schools of HKU and CUHK.

The Hospital also provides higher specialty training as qualified training units for Family Medicine, Ophthalmology, Surgery and Orthopaedics.

95 Achievements

Nursing



Established in 1927, HKSH School of Nursing has so far nurtured over 2,000 nurses and midwives. The annual intake of nursing students has increased over the years to now at 100.

Currently, there are about 1,000 nurses in the hospital with various specialties.

The Hospital offers through-train and tuition-free education for enrolled nurse graduates under a 3-year conversion programme to registered nurses. Further training and specialization opportunities organised in collaboration with renowned institutions worldwide are also available and encouraged.

95 Achievements

Allied Health



The Hospital is supported by an allied health team from around 20 specialty areas.

Physiotherapy was the first allied health service offered at the Hospital in 1972. At present, the Hospital has developed a full team of allied health professionals, including physiotherapy, dietetics, occupational therapy, speech therapy, prosthetic & orthotic and podiatry.

The Hospital has invested in and expanded our team of professionally trained radiation therapists, radiographers, medical physicists and biomedical engineers to ensure quality diagnostic and therapeutic services as we continually introduce the latest medical technology and services to Hong Kong.

95 Achievements

Community



HKSH Village Volunteers consists of HKSH staff members including doctors, nurses, nursing students, as well as alumni of the School of Nursing and retired staff. Volunteers take part in various community and fundraising activities with a view to serve the underprivileged and promote the well-being of Hong Kong people. At present, our volunteer team is 280 members strong with 3,100 service hours in 2016.

The annual “Walk For A Vision” and “Christmas Party in Benefit of Operation Santa Claus” are two major fundraising activities supported by our volunteer group. Our dedicated staff volunteers also devote their spare time to promote health education through the “HKSH Health Talks” programme while others contribute their expertise under the “HKSH Health Buddies” programme benefitting some families with young children in Tung Chung.

95 Achievements

Clinical Governance



Clinical governance is of paramount importance to the Hospital in ensuring the delivery of quality services. The Clinical Governance Committee (CGC), established in 2005, pools valuable experience from leading healthcare experts and community leaders and advices on issues relating to the overall coordination and evaluation of activities of the Hospital; the adherence to relevant Ordinances and Laws of Hong Kong; and the continuous improvement in the quality of services and maintenance of a high standard of care and safety for patients.

The Hospital also places strong emphasis on the clinical review works of the Internal Review Committee (IRC) and the External Review Committee (ERC) in advising on service improvement and for helping us uphold the highest standard of clinical practice.

Our Partners




Mr. Roger CAO
President, Asia Pacific Region
Accuray Asia Limited

Hong Kong Sanatorium & Hospital, adhering to the mission of "Quality in Service; Excellence in Care”, provides state-of-art medical equipment and outstanding services to the rapidly growing number of cancer patients, improving their quality of life. Based on this common mission and commitment, Accuray is honoured to partner strategically with the renowned HKSH team to meet the needs of a rapidly growing cancer patient population.

Congratulations to HKSH for 95 years of the outstanding achievements. We look forward to cooperating with HKSH to provide precise, innovative tumour treatment solutions to cancer patients.

Our Partners


Mr. Robert WALES
International Program
Development Manager
American Heart Association
International

I would like to congratulate Hong Kong Sanatorium & Hospital for 95 years of serving the community by meeting the healthcare needs of the people of Hong Kong. The American Heart Association is very proud of the relationship that we have with Hong Kong Sanatorium & Hospital, and we are looking forward to many more years of saving lives together.

Our Partners




Mr. Tony HO
Chairman
Children’s Cancer Foundation

It gives me immense pleasure to extend my well wishes on this most auspicious occasion of the 95th Anniversary of Hong Kong Sanatorium & Hospital. Congratulations to all hospital staff, past and present, who contributed to the growth and success of HKSH. We must also thank the HKSH Village Volunteers for promoting the health and wellness of people in Hong Kong through their concern and care for those in needs.

Congratulations on this milestone and wishing you continued success in serving the people of Hong Kong!

Our Partners




Mr. WONG Kin Pan, BBS, MH, JP
Chairman
Eastern District Council

Let me extend my warmest congratulations to Hong Kong Sanatorium & Hospital on its 95th anniversary.

Over the years, the Hospital has been a pioneer in introducing state-of-the-art medical technologies and offering professional services to patients in Hong Kong. I look forward to the future HKSH Eastern District Advanced Medical Centre at Shau Kei Wan bringing in advanced proton therapy facilities and providing quality and convenient medical services to local residents.

Wish the Hospital every success in the years to come.

Our Partners




Ms. WONG Tin Ling
Principal
Ebenezer New Hope School

We would like to send our warmest congratulations to Hong Kong Sanatorium & Hospital on its 95th anniversary. Your generous donation with HKSH Village Volunteers to the Ebenezer in procuring a 15-seater private light bus in 2009 has established a close connection between Ebenezer New Hope School and Hong Kong Sanatorium & Hospital. We appreciate your hospital for arranging doctor volunteers and organizing health talks to our school on a regular basis.

Once again, we would like to express our warmest congratulations to Hong Kong Sanatorium & Hospital and thank you for providing Hong Kong with high quality medical service.

Our Partners



Mr. Masaya Watanabe
Vice President and Executive Officer
CEO of Healthcare Business Unit
Hitachi, Ltd.

Hong Kong Sanatorium & Hospital, renowned for its excellence in the patient care under the motto “Quality in Service Excellence in Care” is also well known for its strong line of cutting edge technology medical systems. Hitachi is proud to support HKSH to provide the least invasive cancer treatment to the patients through the first of a kind proton therapy system.

Congratulations to HKSH for 95 years of great contributions to the Hong Kong society and its residents and Hitachi would like to go along with HKSH’s new voyage toward the future.

Our Partners




Mr. Marco WU, GBS, SBS
Chairman
Hong Kong Housing Society

Hong Kong Sanatorium & Hospital (HKSH) is renowned for providing high quality medical services and has been one of the leading medical organizations contributing to exemplary patient care and the advancement of Hong Kong's healthcare industry .

In the face of a rapidly ageing population in Hong Kong, the Hong Kong Housing Society takes pleasure in partnering with HKSH for the operation of a quality retirement housing project, The Tanner Hill. Our collaboration manifests our shared vision of integrating healthcare service with housing to support ageing-in-place.

On its 95th anniversary, I congratulate HKSH on its remarkable achievements, and wish it continued success in the years to come.

Our Partners



Professor Patricia DAVIDSON
Dean and Professor
Johns Hopkins University
School of Nursing

In October 2016, the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing hosted a group of 16 nurses from Hong Kong Sanatorium & Hospital to deliver a clinical leadership and development programme. In my dealings with the exceptional visiting nurses, and indeed everybody from HKSH, I have been struck by the genuine commitment to excellence in patient care. The Johns Hopkins School of Nursing wishes HKSH and all its’ employees a happy 95th anniversary, and looks forward to working together in the future.

Our Partners




Dr. SHING Ming Kong
Honorary Chairman
Little Life Warrior Society

May I offer my very best wishes and sincere congratulations to Hong Kong Sanatorium & Hospital on its 95th Anniversary. The excellent quality of services and care provided by HKSH makes it one of the world’s leading health care providers. HKSH’s support in community services through its annual fundraising Walkathon also helps various NGOs further their work. LLWS was honored to be the beneficiary in 2015. We are proud to work in partnership with HKSH and we look forward to joining hands with HKSH to contribute to the health care field.

Our Partners


We are delighted to offer our warm congratulations on the 95th Anniversary of Hong Kong Sanatorium & Hospital. Over the past eight years, you have contributed immensely to Operation Santa Claus in supporting smaller and lesser known charities in Hong Kong. Your colleagues have shown their kindness, generosity, creativity, and put a lot of fun into fundraising. The Hong Kong Sanatorium & Hospital is a shining example through their community contributions.

Best wishes for a memorable celebration!

Our Partners


Mr. Mike YUEN
Vice President
Hong Kong
Healthcare Greater China
Siemens Healthcare Ltd.

Congratulations to Hong Kong Sanatorium & Hospital! Our warmest wishes for your 95th Anniversary!

Hong Kong Sanatorium & Hospital has been dedicated to serving the community with care for almost a century. We are honored to be the partner with you in these years of collaboration and value your trust to face the challenges and grow together, fostering the development of healthcare technology.

We wish HKSH every success in its future endeavors and continue its role as one of the active partners in protecting health for the Hong Kong people.

Our Partners




Ms. Cynthia LUK HO Kam Wan
Chief Executive Officer
St. James’ Settlement

We would like to extend our heartiest congratulations, on behalf of St. James’ Settlement, to Hong Kong Sanatorium & Hospital on the celebration of its 95th Anniversary.

With its motto “Quality in Service • Excellence in Care”, the Hospital has committed to the provision of highest quality hospital care services in Hong Kong that not only heal the patients, comfort their families, serve the community but also nurture expert health care professionals.

May I wish the Hospital every success in its efforts to scale new heights in advanced medical practices in the many years to come.

Our Partners



Professor Francis K L CHAN, JP
Dean, Faculty of Medicine
The Chinese University of
Hong Kong

We would like to offer our heartiest congratulations to Hong Kong Sanatorium and Hospital (HKSH) on its 95th anniversary. HKSH is a trusted brand name in the private hospital sector in Hong Kong and neighbouring regions. Its remarkable achievements are attributable to its visionary leaders shepherding devoted staff to passionately deliver the best treatment and patient care. HKSH also lives the philosophy of Dr Li Shu Fan to make the world a better place through philanthropy. On this auspicious occasion of its 95th birthday, I offer my best wishes for your continued success and relentless pursuit of excellence.

Our Partners



Professor Alex MOLASIOTIS
Head of School
School of Nursing
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

On behalf of the Hong Kong Polytechnic University School of Nursing, I extend my warmest congratulations on the 95th Anniversary Celebration of Hong Kong Sanatorium & Hospital.

Our School has had almost 10 years’ collaboration and we cherish our partnership and look forward to many more years of collaboration.

We wish you all the very best for continued success in providing “Quality in Service, Excellence in Care" for patient and nursing care.

Our Partners




Professor Gabriel LEUNG, GBS, JP
Dean of Medicine
The University of Hong Kong

Since its establishment in 1922, Hong Kong Sanatorium & Hospital has enjoyed a very high reputation for the superlative private care it brings to the community. During the past 95 years it has made a truly impressive contribution to the medical profession and the development of Hong Kong’s health care services more generally.

Its visionary founders and leaders, benefactors, doctors, nurses and support staff have made the Hospital a place of caring excellence, through its continuous commitment to enhancing medical knowledge and practice, and making best use of cutting edge technology.

Our Faculty is particularly proud and appreciative of the strong partnership that we have mutually built in clinical training and service. Together, we can and must continue to do more to meet the new and changing health care challenges facing Hong Kong society.

Let me extend my warmest congratulations to the Hong Kong Sanatorium & Hospital on its 95th anniversary. I wish the Hospital, and all its dedicated staff and supporters, every success in the years to come.

Our Partners



Professor Stephen W.K. CHEUNG
Serena Yang Professor of Vascular Surgery
Head, Department of Surgery
The University of Hong Kong

My warmest congratulations to Hong Kong Sanatorium & Hospital on this auspicious occasion of 95th Anniversary. Its many accomplishments and valuable contributions to the community are testament to its dedication and commitment to patient care services in Hong Kong and the world. Sharing the same mission of striving for excellence and quality, our Department and the Hospital have been in close partnership in education, training, research and clinical services.

On behalf of the Department of Surgery, The University of Hong Kong, I wish the Hospital even greater success in its future endeavours and look forward to further collaborations.

Our Partners




Professor Linda SARNA
Dean
UCLA School of Nursing

On behalf of the UCLA School of Nursing, I would like to extend my warmest congratulations to Hong Kong Sanatorium & Hospital for almost a century of providing outstanding patient and nursing care.

We also welcome this opportunity to celebrate our partnership. We have shared expertise and exchanged knowledge for over seven years. We look forward to many more years of collaboration.

Our Partners




Ms. Sheila ANTRUM
President
UCSF Medical Center

To our amazing HKSH Partners-Congratulations on your 95th Anniversary! Your many exceptional contributions to patient care, teaching and research is both inspiring and important. We honor and thank your physicians, staff and leadership who make it all possible everyday.

Way Forward

Moving in Strides under HKSH Medical Group
To sustain our leading role in the pursuit of service excellence, a series of reorganization has taken place over the past few years including most notably the formation of HKSH Medical Group in mid-2015 and the expansion of our community network through HKSH Healthcare. We are fully prepared to continue serving more patients in the community and have now a stable foundation on which to grow.

Way Forward

Happy Valley Phase 4 Redevelopment
Following Town Planning Board’s approval in 2012, preparation work is underway for Phase 4 redevelopment at Happy Valley. Meticulous attention is paid to the planning stage to minimise any potential disturbance to the neighbourhood and ongoing hospital operations.

Way Forward

Community Network
HKSH will continue to expand and enhance services from a single-site-based hospital into a multi-site, multi-faceted, comprehensive and integrated healthcare delivery system in the years to come. The opening of the flagship specialty centre in Admiralty in September 2016 is one of the fine examples. The launch of Community Nursing Services in May 2017 represents another strategic move by HKSH to improve continuity of care for patients discharged from the Hospital or cannot conveniently seek medical attention at a healthcare service provider.

Way Forward

A Kung Ngam
Construction works are moving full-speed ahead at A Kung Ngam to build the HKSH Eastern District Advanced Medical Centre. To be launched in phases over the next 5 years, the HKSH Eastern District Advanced Medical Centre will be a one-of-a-kind cancer care facility that provides a comprehensive range of diagnostic, therapeutic and support cancer services, bringing hope to patients in Hong Kong and broader region. The Eastern District Advanced Medical Centre will also house Hong Kong’s first proton therapy equipment (scheduled opening in 2022), in addition to a full suite of other advanced radiotherapy modalities, and is a testament to our commitment to bring in cutting edge treatment options in the fight against cancer. A 24-hour outpatient service will also be introduced in AKN to cater to the needs of residents in the Eastern District.

Way Forward

Project 100
Training and equipping our future healthcare leaders with knowledge and skills is a top priority at the Hospital. As such, we have embarked on a training programme known as “Project 100” to provide on-the-job training to nurses and allied health professionals. Project 100 is partly funded by Lady Lau Ip Sok Wun Memorial Scholarship set up in 2016. So far, more than 100 staff members have benefitted from training via overseas attachments to not only enhance their knowledge base and expertise but also introduce best practices from abroad to the Hospital. The strength and depth of an organization depend on its constituents and Project 100 was precisely conceived and implemented to continue to inspire our leaders of tomorrow.