In the diagrams, Queen Mary Hospital is depicted in three separate
developmental phases: 1960, 1980, and 2000. The hospital was constructed near a commercial centre and next to a main
roadway in 1960. The territory behind the hospital was converted into a sizable
parking lot, whilst the area behind the mall was farmland.
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By 1980, the shopping centre had been destroyed to make room for two new
hospital structures, which were later converted into a pharmacy and a cancer
centre. In addition, the farmland was acquired by the hospital so it could build a
nursing school there.
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The primary hospital structure stayed the same in 2000, but the cancer centre
was expanded to include the whole nursing school. This led to the original parking lot being split in half, creating a smaller parking lot and a little nursing school.
In conclusion, the area of the cancer centre, this was on the neighborhood’s
western side, tripled during the next 20 years. For the relocation of the nursing
school, the area’s southeast car park space was cut in half.