Dr Leung, a 1974 Maryknoll graduate, is currently a private practicing Obstetrician Gynecologist.

Dr Leung got her Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery from the University of Hong Kong in 1981. She became a Member of Royal College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists in 1987. She received government scholarship with subspecialty training in Maternal Fetal Medicine in Harris Birthright Research Centre for Fetal Medicine, King’s College School of Medicine and Dentistry, London, UK in 1991.

Dr Leung served in the public sector till the post of Consultant in Hospital Authority. She started her private practice in 1995 so that she could have more time to take care of her two small kids. She currently also holds the posts of Honorary Associate Professor of the Chinese University of Hong Kong and Honorary Consultant Obstetrician Gynaecologist of Hong Kong Baptist Hospital.

Belinda has served as council member of Hong Kong College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists, examiner of licentiate doctor examination and O & G specialist examination. She is currently committee member of Task Force in Primary Health Care Reform under Health & Welfare Branch, council member of the Hong Kong Women Doctors Association.

She is married with 1 son and 1 daughter (2008 MCS graduate).


What is your first memory of the school, (and if relevant, how did that influence you)?

I still remember our English teacher from the US who took us for lessons under the big tree outside the school office.  What other schools in HK can provide such a free environment for learning?  Besides, sisters and teachers from the US in the sixties had brought to us liberal thoughts from the West!  They have encouraged freedom of speech, helped students express their feelings, brought equality among all and demonstrated respect for one another.  These values are implanted deep in my heart and are important to my becoming a respectable member of the society.

As a Councillor, what ambition or aspirations do you have?

I am so grateful to Mayrknoll and would like to contribute in whatever way I could to the School.

What kind of skills, knowledge, or contribution do you bring to the school as a Councillor?

With my connection with Maryknoll in the past fifty years and two generations studying in Maryknoll, I would do my best to continue the Maryknoll spirit!