I graduated from Royal College of Surgeons In Ireland. I came back to Hong Kong for my Medical internship. Initially I was trained in General Medicine before I received my further training in Emergency Medicine in Hong Kong. During which I obtained Membership of Royal College of United Kingdom and Ireland; Fellowship of Surgery in Royal College of Surgeons in Edinburg; Fellowship of Hong Kong College of Emergency Medicine and Fellowship in Emergency Medicine from Hong Kong Academy of Medicine.
My fields of interest are Hazmat incident management and disaster medicine management. I helped to introduce the Hazmat incident management in Hong Kong and promulgate the setup of decontamination facilities in all acute hospitals in Hospital Authority. I have been teaching the Advanced Hazmat Life Support in conjunction with University of Arizona for 15 years and the Advanced Medical Disaster Response Course with Harvard University for 10 years. I had published a few papers in international journal on Hazmat and disaster management.
I was the Deputy Venue Medical officer for the 2008 Olympic Equestrian event and also 2009 East Asian games. I received the Hong Kong Special Administration Region Chief Executive commendation for my contribution to the above events.
Currently I am the Chief of Service of Emergency Department of Alice Ho Miu Ling Netherole Hospital, Co-ordinator of Alice Ho Miu Ling Nethersole Hospital and Honorary Clinical Assistant Professor of The Chinese University of Hong Kong.