The Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH) is the country’s primary acute care medical facility. The QEH is also an accredited teaching hospital affiliated with the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill campus.
The institution was opened on November 14, 1964 seeking to address the medical, surgical, clinical and treatment needs of the Caribbean and to serve as a teaching hospital for those seeking a career in the medical profession.
Since its inception, the hospital has expanded its bed capacity from 464 beds to the current 600 beds.
Operational plans for the QEH continue to focus on strengthening the delivery of quality health care with strategic direction guided by the 10-year plan for Health and the QEH Care Excellence Programme (CEP).
This privately owned and operated health facility has been in business for 26 years, offering personalised medical services in a comfortable, stress-free environment. Highly trained staff, including a team of over 50 doctors who practise at Bayview Hospital, provide medical services in a variety of specialties.