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Concordia pet care, we believe that pets deserve the same level of healthcare as we expect for ourselves.

Our team

Dr. Elaine Ng Yuen Ling
Chief Medical Officer
MA, MPhil, VetMB, MRCVS, Diplomate ABVP (Canine and Feline),
Diplomate ABVP (Feline), MANZCVS (S.A. Surgery), CertAVP (GSAS), Certified Veterinary Acupuncturist

Dr. Elaine graduated from the University of Cambridge, United Kingdom. During her years in Cambridge, she also obtained MPhil in History and Philosophy of Science.

Dr. Elaine is the only local specialist in Feline Practice and she is the only one double-boarded in both Canine and Feline Practice in Hong Kong. Besides, she is a member of the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary by examination in Small Animal Surgery and an Advanced Practitioner in Small Animal Surgery at the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons; and has performed numerous soft tissue and orthopaedic surgeries with good success. She is also a certified acupuncturist by IVAS (International Veterinary Acupuncture Society).

Dr Elaine believes in treating patients wholistically and considering different factors when giving advice and providing best management option to a patient’s condition.

Before joining Concordia, Dr Elaine spent 13 years working at Peace Avenue Veterinary Clinic (now City VMC), where she accumulates her experience treating the local canine and feline population. She is excited to have this opportunity to provide caring and personal customer experience as well as advanced veterinary service.

Dr. Zoltan Szabo
Director of Exotic Services
DrMedVet, Dipl.ACZM, Dipl.ABVP(ECM), Dipl.ABVP(Avian), GpCert(ExAP), MRCVS
Dr Zoltan graduated from the University of Veterinary Medicine, Budapest, Hungary, in 2002. After graduation, he worked as a clinician and lecturer in the same university and became the head of the Exotic Division and coordinated the studies on Exotic Animal Diseases. He later moved to the UK to further his skills and was employed by London’s only exotic animal referral centre. He moved to Hong Kong in 2010, where he works at the largest exotic animal referral centre in Asia.
Dr Zoltan has five postgraduate degrees in exotic animal medicine in three countries. In the USA, apart from being a diplomate of the American College of Zoological Medicine, he is also a double-boarded diplomate of the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners, specialising in Avian Practice and Exotic Companion Mammal Practice. In the United Kingdom, he has received the General Practitioners Certificate in Exotic Animal Practice and the Certificate in Exotic Animal Medicine in Hungary.
Dr Zoltan is the Adjunct Professor of the Department of Veterinary Clinical Sciences, Jockey Club College of Veterinary Medicine and Life Sciences, City University of Hong Kong, and he had the opportunity to do research and work as a wildlife veterinarian in nine countries on four continents. Apart from Hong Kong, UK and Hungary, he worked at the Wildlife Institute of India; later, in South Africa, he had a project on African buffalo anaesthesia, then he worked at the Cheetah Conservation Fund in Namibia. He was the field veterinarian of the Tambopata Macaw Project in Peru. Later he worked on an avian malaria project at the Galapagos Islands and was also a veterinarian and lecturer at the Belize Wildlife & Referral Clinic. He is the co-author of several books about exotic animal surgery and avian diseases, has published over twenty articles in peer-reviewed veterinary journals, presented dozens of lectures at veterinary conferences, and regularly teaches veterinarians and vet students worldwide.
Dr. Cheryl Chan Hiu Chung
Dr Cheryl graduated from the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies at the University of Edinburgh in the UK. After which, she worked at PAVC (now CityU VMC) in Hong Kong including an internship in Internal Medicine and spent several months at the Emergency & Critical Care (ECC) department at Cornell University Hospital for Animals in New York. She plans to further pursue ECC, Internal Medicine and ultrasonography, and is currently working towards attaining the Certificate in Advanced Veterinary Practice through the RCVS.
Dr Cheryl is very excited to join the team at Concordia Pet Care. She believes in the importance of client communication, and strives to bring our furry friends and family a stress-free experience and provide well rounded veterinary care. Outside of the clinic, she is an avid yogi, violinist, scuba diver, NatGeo fan, and servant to her cat, Ru (named after Rudolph for her pink nose), a domestic shorthaired who adopted her human in the US.

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