Doctor Te-Fa Chiu has Neurology and Emergency Surgery Specialist qualifications, Critical Care Medicine Specialist and Instructor, Ultrasound Specialist qualifications from Taiwan Society of Ultrasound in Medicine, Ultrasound Instructor from Taiwan Society of Emergency Medicine. He is passionate about Emergency Medicine, Critical Care Medicine, Ultrasound, Medical Education and has deep research findings for emergency airway procedures and acute Acosta’s disease. Although tiring, being able to provide services for patients is a content and meaningful duty.
After graduating from School of Medicine, Deputy Director Kuan-Ho Lin devoted a lot of effort into clinical emergency work and continued on to acquire Master and Doctorate degrees. He has also acquired ACLS, AILS, ETTC etc among other qualifications. He is currently an Assistant Professor at CMU as well as a Director of Taiwan Society of Emergency Medicine who is deeply concerned with the well being of patients and the development of Emergency Medicine.
After receiving emergency medicine training at Linkou Chang Gung Department of Emergency, Doctor Hong-Mo Shih worked in medical centers, regional and local hospitals and understands the challenges and difficulties of the emergency room at different levels. He was also the Instructing physician for the Fire Bureau. In addition to frontline clinical work, he has also published research papers on critical syndromes like ischemic stroke, necrotic fasciitis etc. as well as poster presentations at international seminars such as ICEM and ACEM.
Doctor Chin-Yuan Huang has been an Attending physician of Department of Emergency Medicine, China Medical University since 2010. Apart from specializing in Emergency Medicine, he also undergoes research in Disaster Medicine. In addition, Doctor Huang is as Instructor for Advanced cardiac life support & Emergency Ultrasound. He is an accomplished doctor in dealing with emergency treatment and care, critical trauma emergency treatment, Disaster medicine, emergency response, large number of patients and toxication disasters.