Dr. Ringo Chu started his career at the time of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) epidemic and has worked in multiple urology centers in Hong Kong, including Queen Mary Hospital, Prince of Wales Hospital and Princess Margaret Hospital. In 2010, he was elected as Fellow of The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh and was promoted to Associate Consultant in Kwong Wah Hospital. Since then, he was appointed as an honorary clinical assistant professor of both medical schools in Hong Kong.
In 2012, he was awarded the Tung Wah Training Fund for overseas attachment at two world renowned minimal access surgery centers, the University of California Irvine and University of Southern California, sub-speciality in kidney surgery and uro-oncology. After returning to Hong Kong, he provided regular laparoscopic surgery training to urology trainee in various major urological surgeries, such as laparoscopic excision of kidney tumour with maximal renal function preservation and laparoscopic excision of the urinary bladder. In addition, he extended his skills to paediatric urology problems e.g. undescended testis and hydrocele. Dr. Chu is also one of the first batch of an accredited robotic surgeon in the local public healthcare system.
Dr. Chu presented his work in many international scientific congresses in UK, US and mainland China. Recently he had won the best video award in the 15th Urological Association of Asia (UAA) Congress 2017. He was a former council member of the Hong Kong Urological Association. Currently he is the council member of Hong Kong Society of Endourology and has been invited as a reviewer for several scientific journals. He is also actively involved in several governing boards of social services in order to further contribute to society.