The first Chinese Medicine Hospital (CMH) in Hong Kong announced the appointments of its Core Management Team members. At the meeting of the Board of Directors of the HKBU Chinese Medicine Hospital Company Limited today (24 January), the appointment of Professor Bian Zhaoxiang as the Hospital Chief Executive was approved with immediate effect.
The appointments of the six Core Management Team members of the CMH are as follows:
Professor Bian Zhaoxiang Hospital Chief Executive
Mr. Cheung Chun-hoi Deputy Hospital Chief Executive (Chinese Medicine)
Dr. Lau Chun-wing Deputy Hospital Chief Executive (Western Medicine)
Ms. Ellie Chon Mei-chun General Manager (Nursing)
Mr. Leo Law Kwong-kuen General Manager (Administrative Services & HR)
Mr. Leo Lui Ka-ho General Manager (Finance)
Hospital Chief Executive Professor Bian Zhaoxiang is currently the Associate Vice-President (Chinese Medicine Development) at Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU). Over the years, Professor Bian has been involved in scientific research, clinical service, as well as learning and teaching in Chinese medicine in the Mainland and Hong Kong. He has long dedicated himself to the clinical research on Chinese herbal medicine and basic clinical studies, and the development of essential areas such as the standardisation of clinical trial, new Chinese medicine discoveries, and the synergy between Chinese and Western medicine.
Deputy Hospital Chief Executive (Chinese Medicine) Mr. Cheung Chun-hoi is the former Associate Director of the Clinical Division at the School of Chinese Medicine (SCM) in HKBU. He graduated from HKBU with a Bachelor of Chinese Medicine and Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Biomedical Science double-degree, along with a Master of Chinese Medicine. Throughout his professional journey, he has gained extensive experience in clinical practice, administrative management, and research execution.
The School congratulates two faculty members for being appointed as Core Management Team members of Hong Kong’s first CMH, and looks forward to their contributions to the development of Chinese medicine in their new positions.