Dr. Chun Por Wong, JP, Chief of Service (Integrated Medical Services), Ruttonjee & Tang Shiu Kin Hospitals

Dr. Chun Por Wong, JP, Chief of Service (Integrated Medical Services), Ruttonjee & Tang Shiu Kin Hospitals

Dr. Chun Por Wong, JP
Chief of Service (Integrated Medical Services)
Consultant & Head, Department of Geriatrics
Ruttonjee & Tang Shiu Kin Hospitals

Key Ideas

  1. Most of industry advancements rely on technologies.  In fact, the healthcare industry needs a big workforce to develop technology.  This generates tremendous potential for improvement and development in the healthcare industry.
  2. Students can get a sense of achievement through solving problems in engineering.  This is because the search for solutions, analysis of issues and decision-making are included in the study of engineering.  The discipline is suitable for students with an analytical mind.
  3. Today, there is a lack of middle level management personnel to manage technologies in the market.  SEEM can help to train up students to take up the middle management level work by providing appropriate courses that fit the needs of society.
Dr. Chun Por Wong

Profile of Dr. Chun Por Wong, JP

Dr. Wong is concurrently appointed as Chief of Integrated Medical Services & Consultant Geriatrician in-charge of Ruttonjee & Tang Shiu Kin Hospitals.  He has practiced geriatric medicine since 1981 and steered the development of geriatric services of Ruttonjee Hospital since 1992.  He has special interests in community geriatric services and neurological diseases in the elderly.  Dr. Wong is also the Service Director (Primary and Community Health Care) of the Hong Kong East Cluster of hospitals.  Since 1993, he has pioneered several community projects, including the Community Geriatric Assessment Teams, High Risk Elderly Database, Community Health Call Center, and the Hospital Admission Risk Reduction Program for the Elderly.

Dr. Wong has been council member of the Hong Kong Academy of Medicine, Hong Kong College of Physicians and Hong Kong Geriatrics Society, and has been very active in the education and accreditation of Geriatric Medical Training in Hong Kong.  He is a member of the Multidisciplinary Panel on Neuropathic Pain and Hong Kong Cardiovascular Task Force.  He has also a special interest in health informatics and is the chairman of the Hong Kong Society of Medical Informatics, President of the eHealth Consortium, and Past President of Asia Pacific Association for Medical Informatics.  He is editor of the International Journal of Medical Informatics, Asia Pacific Electronic Journal of Health Informatics and Health Informatics Research.

Department of Systems Engineering and Engineering Management, CUHK