MING-HUEI CHENG, MD, MBA, FACS

Associate Professor of Surgery

Chang Gung Memorial Hospital International Medical Center

Winner of the 2006 Godina Travel Fellow, American Society for Reconstructive Microsurgery award-- Vice Ming-Huei Cheng MD, MBA, FACS, is a board certified surgeon pioneering in reconstructive microsurgery. Up to date, he has performed 1,400-1,500 head, neck and breast reconstruction procedures, and pioneers in the worldwide record for having successfully treated the greatest number of Lymphedema patients with Vascularized lymph node transfer, with nearly 100 surgical operations in the past 14 years.

Born in Kaohsiung, Taiwan, Dr. Ming-Huei Cheng attended Chung-Shan Medical College, graduating in 1988.  After completing both his residency in general and plastic surgery with Chang Gung Memorial Hospital, Taoyuan, Taiwan, he worked as trauma plastic surgeon for 3 years and served as deputy chairman and professor of plastic and reconstructive surgery for over 10 years.

As a fellow of the American College of Surgery, a member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, and a member of the World Society for

Reconstructive Microsurgery to name a few, some of his most outstanding accomplishments include: winning the 2006 Godina Travel Fellow, American Society for Reconstructive Microsurgery award, hosting the 2009 ASBPRS and the 2013 International Symposium for Surgical Treatment of Lymphedema conferences, publishing a sequence of books titledBreast: the comprehensive guideline in Mandarin (English in progress),  lecturing in Singapore and over 10 states in the USA as visiting professor, mentoring and training over 60 visiting international fellows in the field of reconstructive microsurgery.

Today, Dr. Ming-Huei Cheng is listed among one of the most sought-after doctors/professors in the reconstructive microsurgery field. His innovative surgical methods as well as his unique techniques have gained him global recognition and praise, attracting innumerable medical scholars and patients alike from as close as Korea, Japan, Malaysia and Singapore, and far as North and South America, the Middle East and Europe.