Former President, HKCEM
Dr. Ho Hiu Fai graduated from University of Hong Kong in 1986. He trained in general surgery during his early days. He was the consultant in Accident and Emergency Department of Queen Elizabeth Hospital Hong Kong since 1996 and chief of the department during the period of 1999 – 2013 and 2019 till now. He was deputized hospital chief executive of the hospital from 2013 – 19. He also carries honorary clinical lecturer and associate professor posts at the 2 medical schools in HK. Dr. Ho was also the President of Hong Kong College of Emergency Medicine (HKCEM) from 2011 – 2017.
Immediate Past President, HKCEM
Dr. SIU graduated from the Faculty of Medicine, the Chinese University of Hong Kong in 1992. He became the Fellow of Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh in 1997 and the Fellow of Hong Kong College of Emergency Medicine & Fellow of Hong Kong Academy of Medicine (Emergency Medicine) since 2000. Dr. SIU is now the Consultant, A&E Department, Ruttonjee Hospital and Medical Director of Fire and Ambulance Services Academy of the Hong Kong Fire Services Department. Dr. SIU is the Immediate Past President of Hong Kong College of Emergency Medicine, President-Elect of Asian Society for Emergency Medicine and Council Member of Hong Kong Red Cross.
Immediate Past President, HKSEMS
Dr Ludwig TSOI graduated from the Faculty of Medicine of CUHK in 1992. He is the Consultant of the A&E Department of Queen Mary Hospital and Deputy Service Director (Quality & Safety) of the HK West Cluster Hospitals. Apart from a specialist in Emergency Medicine, he also holds two master degrees - one in laws and the other in public health, with an interest in medicolegal development and health policy. He is the supervisor of the Patient Relations Office of Queen Mary Hospital, and Immediate Past President of the HK Society for Emergency Medicine and Surgery.
Dr Wan received his medical degree from The University of Hong Kong in 2001. After attaining his fellowship qualification, he has completed post-fellowship overseas training in Clinical Simulation Education and Prehospital Medicine. He also has keen subspecialty interests and experience in resuscitation training, trauma and procedural skill courses. Currently he is the President of the Hong Kong Society for Emergency Medicine and Surgery, Honorary Secretary of the Hong Kong College of Emergency Medicine and Deputy Medical Director of the Accident & Emergency Training Centre, Hospital Authority.
Emergency Medicine Unit, Li Ka Shing Faculty of Medicine, Hong Kong University
Dr. Rex Lam is a Clinical Associate Professor of emergency medicine and the Chair of Speciality of 24-hour Outpatient and Emergency Department of Gleneagles Hong Kong Hospital. Before joining The University of Hong Kong (HKU), he was the Deputy Service Director of the Hong Kong East Cluster Quality and Safety Office of the Hospital Authority.
A practicing emergency physician and medical teacher, Rex has a strong interest in clinical toxicology, management of medical emergencies and disaster response. In 2015, he collaborated with the François-Xavier Bagnoud Center for Health and Human Rights of Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health in conducting a multi-sectoral territory-wide scoping study on disaster preparedness of Hong Kong. He is currently the course coordinator of the Master of Public Health Module CMED 6231 Emergency Medicine for Disaster and Humanitarian Crises Responders in HKU.
Chinese University of Hong Kong
Dr Kevin KC Hung is an Assistant Professor in Emergency Medicine and an Assistant Professor (by courtesy) of the Division of Global Health and Humanitarian Medicine at The Chinese University of Hong Kong. Dr Hung is an emergency medicine specialist with master degrees in public health and disaster medicine. He was the founding Director of Hong Kong Jockey Club Disaster Preparedness and Response Institute (HKJCDPRI). Dr Hung is also a Hong Kong Red Cross volunteer and had served as a field delegate after the Sichuan, China earthquake and typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines.