Honoary Fellow Member
Dr. Tung Sau Ying, Nancy graduated from the Medical School of the University of HK in 1981 and started her career in hospital management since 1990. She had been Hospital Chief Executives of various hospitals of Hospital Authority and took up the position of Cluster Chief Executive of Kowloon West Cluster and Hospital Chief Executive of Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH) of HA in 2009, managing 8 hospitals and 23 general outpatient clinics, serving a population of around 1.9 million. Being a visionary and inspiring leader, she puts great emphasis on good governance, staff and community engagement, organizational performance, service quality and accessibility. In particular, she devoted much effort in supporting healthcare professional development. She is an active member in The Hong Kong College of Community Medicine and is Advisor of The Hong Kong Academy of Nursing Preparatory Committee and Provisional Hong Kong Academy of Nursing since 2010 & 2012 respectively. Being a strong advocate for research and development in medicine, she established the Clinical Trial Centre in PMH in 2010 to facilitate and promote staff participation in research activities.
Dr. Tung is keen to serve the community. She is Vice-Chair of the Kwai Tsing Safe Community and Healthy City Association and member of the Elderly Commission and Occupational Safety and Health Council (OSHC). She chairs the Safe Community Advisory Committee of OSHC, and plays an important role in fostering the development of safe communities' network in Hong Kong.
She also actively contributes her expertise through services to a number of NGOs and part-time teaching in Health Services Management. She has been the Advisor of The Provisional Hong Kong Academy of Nursing since 2011.