Dr Ronny Cheung has been a consultant general paediatrician (children’s doctor) at Evelina London Children's Hospital since 2014.
He completed his medical training in Cambridge and Oxford. He has worked in Oxford, Brisbane, Australia, and Leeds. He undertook specialist paediatric training in Birmingham and London.
Alongside his work at the hospital, Dr Cheung is clinical director of the Healthy London Partnership Child Death Overview Panel Transformation Programme, a visiting fellow at the Nuffield Trust health think tank and the child health representative on the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) Indicators Advisory Committee.
He has a longstanding interest in health care quality and reducing unwarranted variation in children’s health care. He was the lead editor on the 2012 and 2013 NHS Atlas of Variation in Healthcare for Children and Young People and was clinical advisor to Public Health England’s Child & Maternal Health Intelligence Network from 2012 to 2018.
He was previously seconded as a clinical advisor to the English Chief Medical Officer at the Department of Health and health policy advisor to the Prime Minister’s Strategy Unit in the Cabinet Office.
- 1995-1998: BA (pre-clinical medicine) – Cambridge University
- 1998-2001: BM BCh (clinical medicine) – Oxford University
- 2006: Member of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health
- 2013: Postgraduate Diploma in Medical Education – Dundee University.
- general paediatrics
- medical education.
- child health services research
- healthcare quality and outcomes.
- 2010: Fellow, Academy of Medical Educators
- 2010: Fellow, Higher Education Academy.