I graduated in HKU medical school in year 2000.  After working in Queen Mary Hospital for 10 years, I moved to Ruttonjee Hospital as Associate Consultant, specialist in Gastroenterology and Hepatology.


I worked for the Hong Kong Public Doctors’ Association (HKPDA) for more than 10 years, including in charge secretariat office for 5 years.  

When I was the president of HKPDA in the past two years, I organized the doctors to take part in a signature campaign and stage a sit-in, with the aim to fight for a fair pay rise in line with the civil servants’, and finally achieved an extra 3% of pay rise. 



My favorites: soccer, building website, writing, reading and playing with three daughters.


Public Offices:
  • President of the Hong Kong Public Doctors’ Association(June 2014-June 2016) 
  • Non-official Member of the Steering Committee on Review of Hospital Authority(2014-2015) 
  • Member of the Medical Council of Hong Kong (2016-present) 
  • Member of the Health Care Services Committee (2016-present)

Successfully Fight for 3% Pay Rise of Public Doctors 

When I was the president of the Hong Kong Public Doctors’ Association (HKPDA) for two years, I organized the doctors to take part in a signature campaign and stage a sit-in, with the aim to fight for a fair pay rise in line with the civil servants’, and finally achieved an extra 3% of pay rise.


Why running for the Legislative Council Election?

I fully savored the difficulties and limitations in fighting for the interests of doctors and promoting the medical reform as the President of the Hong Kong Public Doctors’ Association over the past two years. Recently, the government and pro-establishment parties misled the public and created conflicts between the doctors and patients over the bills on reforming the Medical Council of Hong Kong. I felt offended and disappointed. All the above made me determined to run for the coming Legislative Council (Legco) Election with a mission to voicing the views of the medical sector and working for the benefits of Hong Kong people.



Why voting for me?

I am independent, without any political affiliation. Professional and determined with commitments

I was born and grew up in Hong Kong. When I was a kid, I lived in public housing. I received my education in Hong Kong, got married and have my own family. I like playing football and play the role of right-midfielder, which means to assist to attack and defend as well. Therefore, I fully understand the importance of teamwork. If being elected, I pledge that I will frequently communicate with different stakeholders to fight for the interests of the medical sector, the public and Hong Kong as well as to improve the public policy.

I will also switch myself to a half-time doctor so that I can contribute sufficient time to the Legco businesses while continuing to understand and reflect the needs of the doctors and the patients. I pledge that I will meet with doctors, dentists and medical organizations regularly to listen to their views and bring their valuable appeals to the Legco.

“I, Pierre Chan, will be your best teammate in the Legco.”