Chun-Ming Lee

Dr. Chun-Ming LEE received his medical education at the Taipei Medical University, Taipei,Taiwan and Institute of Medicine, Chung Shan Medical University, Taichung, Taiwan. He obtained his postgraduate education in University of Edinburgh, UK in Internal Medicine and University of Mahidol, Thailand in Tropical medicine and hygiene. He also has the Diploma in Tuberculosis and Chest disease from University of Wales, UK, Tropical medicine and Hygiene from University of London, UK. 

As a division director of Infectious Disease and Infection Control Centre since 1996 in MacKay Memorial Hospital, Taipei, vice-president of MacKay Memorial hospital in Tai-Tung branch (1994-1995), he became the Medical commissioner of MacKay Memorial Hospital for years. He is the superintendent of St. Joseph’s Hospital in Yunlin county, Taiwan from Jan.2016 till now.

 As a President of Infection Control society of Taiwan (ICST) from 2009 to 2015, he plays a key role in the development of infection control program in Taiwan. He cooperates with Taiwan-CDC to initiate many infection prevention projects, such as setup Sterilization monitoring and infection control guideline, Hand hygiene campaign program, CLABSI care bundle pioneer research, Reducing HAI and AMR by environmental cleaning program and standards, Catheter-related UTI, VAP care bundle pioneer research, National CLABSI care bundle campaign et ct. to pursue the zero tolerance. He also takes the lecturer in Taipei Medical University and MacKay Medicine, Nursing and Management College as an associate professor. He is a clinical professor of MacKay Medical College too. On 2015, the biannual international meeting of Asia Pacific Society of Infection Control (APSIC) was held in Taiwan and he had great honour to take the chair. The conference was very successful indeed. 

His interests are in infection control, antimicrobial resistance, infectious disease, and chest disease as well as quality improvement. He is an experienced trainer in infection control, quality improvement, and patient safety.