Hui-Ying Chiang is Vice Director of the Nursing Department at Chi Mei Medical Center. Dr. Chiang serves as clinical lead for the organization, directing over 1,400 nurses as well as planning, overseeing and evaluating all aspects of clinical operations, services and nurse education to ensure the delivery of quality care to the community. She devotes to promote new teaching strategies, preceptorship systems and applies cross-culture programs to improve the practice-learning environment. She also serves as adjunct faculty at Department of Senior Services, Southern Taiwan University of Science and Technology and Department of Nursing, Chung Hwa University of Medical Technology, Tainan, Taiwan.
Dr. Chiang completed the International Council of Nurses’ Global Nursing Leadership Institute. She held leadership roles as Board Director of Taiwan Nurses Association and made contributions to International Affairs, Nursing Research and Traditional Chinese Medicine Nursing committees. As a president of Great Tainan Nurses Association, Dr. Chiang built insurance packages and charity foundations to help nurses suffering from the disaster or severe illness. Being an advisory committee of Taiwan Union Nurses Association, she helped propose the nurse-patient ratio regulation in the hospital accreditation system in Taiwan.
Dr. Chiang holds a PhD from University of Utah, a MS and a BSN from College of Nursing, Kaohsiung Medical University, Taiwan.
Vice Director of Nursing Department
Chi Mei Medical Center