Dr Setthy Ung
An emergency physician with a special interest in developing paediatric emergency systems in low resource settings including outer metropolitan hospitals and developing countries in the Southeast Asia region.
Has passionately implemented and taught paediatric resuscitation as an APLS Course Director / Instructor throughout Australia as well as whilst on volunteer missions in rural Cambodia and Laos for 15 years.
In between overseas missions, rolls up his sleeves daily for every sick child or neonate that presents to Campbelltown Hospital in the South West of Sydney. Strongly believes in the philosophy of Compassionate Care where all health professionals treat children as if they are one of their own. Wishes to see the day when no matter where a child is born in the world, their access to acute health care is the same regardless of cultural, political or economic status.