Dr Ho Chee Yueh is currently the First deputy dean of Medical Care at Nanjing BenQ Hospital (Teaching Hospital), the Vice Dean of Nanjing BenQ Hospital in affiliation to Nanjing Medical University, China, and the ambassador of China’s Song Meiling Foundation. She obtained her professional education from the Medical College of Taipei Medical University.
Chee Yueh has an illustrious career in medicine. She was recognized as the youngest head of the cardiac anesthesia department in Taiwan’s Linkou Chang Gung Memorial Hospital in 2003, made a Director of Anesthesia in Nanjing BenQ Hospital in 2009 and promoted to First Vice-President of Medical Treatment in 2013. Her achievements include improving the hospital’s medical systems and the quality of various departments, turning around a loss-making hospital into a profitable hospital by achieving a four-fold increase in beds and a seven-fold increase in outpatients. Under her leadership, BenQ Hospital underwent drastic medical and administrative reform, putting an end to medical malpractices and transforming the hospital’s red-packet culture into an innovative one. Presently, she is focusing on developing new AI medical treatments, scientific research, teaching and clinical management which is transforming BenQ Hospital into a world-class hospital.
Chee Yueh’s Healthcare reform at BenQ Hospital has established a long-term system of saving huge social costs and benefitting millions of patients, family members and Nanjing residents. With her vast experience, she passionately shares her knowledge with new medical residents to ensure they acquire the knowledge gained through years of hard work in order to produce competent anaesthetists. She also actively participates in various medical conferences, medical committees and medical associations to promulgate her ideas to other medical practitioners.
I am deeply influenced by the twelve tenets of PCGS: Decorum, Honesty, Diligence, Simplicity, Respectful, Gratitude, Ethical behaviour, Self-discipline, Self-reliance, Helpful, Solidarity and Fearlessness. So strong is the influence of school motto of “Decorum, Honesty, Diligence and Simplicity”, that I not only practice it myself but have also imparted these principles to my family and my team in the hospital. My early education at PCGS was one of the most important turning points in my life. It has transformed me from an unruly, lively and tireless schoolgirl into a dignified, loyal and diligent doctor, which has resulted in a positive impact towards my community and those that I serve. I am, always have been, and always will be proud of PCGS.