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Respiratory Environmental Medicine Consultant Hung Cheung

Hung K. Cheung, MD, MPH, FACOEM.
1421 Clarkview Road Suite 100
Baltimore MD 21209-2188
USA
phone: Toll Free 888-361-8882 or 443-322-1228
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Cogency Toxiological, Environmental And Medical Solutions is unique Indoor Environmental Investigations firm because it is based on a public health model with an individual and clinical medicine focus. For more than 15 years, they have been providing high-value, medically-based counsel and solutions to clients on a vast array of national and community, occupational, and environmental health issues.

Cogency helps organizations, before, during, and after an environmental crisis by:
  • Aligning culture and population health with public health objectives and the organization's mission
  • Anticipate potential high risk events and establishing prevention procedures to reduce surprises
  • Help organizations comply with applicable laws and regulations while addressing the health based issues
Services Include:
  • Environmental Investigations
  • Toxicological Investigations
  • Medical Investigations
  • Preventive Solutions
  • Advisory & Consulting Services
  • Regulatory Solutions
  • Litigation Support Services
  • Samplings, Surveys, Monitoring
  • Risk Communication
  • Hung Cheung Respiratory Environmental Medicine Expert PhotoPresident, Hung Cheung, MD, MPH, FACOEM, President of Cogency Environmental, has more than 20 years of experience and is a nationally-recognized expert in Respiratory Environmental Medicine, Legionella Outbreaks, Environmental health and Toxicologic investigations, Risk Communication and Medical Advisory Services.

    A former Maryland State Medical Director, he teaches at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and is faculty to the Occupational and Environmental medicine program at the University Of Pennsylvania Perelman School Of Medicine. Dr. Cheung also teaches AIHA (American Industrial Hygienists Association) webinars on the topic of Legionella nationally. Board Certified in both Internal Medicine and Preventive Medicine, he holds a Master’s in Public Health from Johns Hopkins and has a medical degree from the University of Maryland.

    Dr. Cheung has extensive experience working on issues of Indoor Environmental Quality on matters related to molds, microbial, chemical, and other contaminant exposures in commercial buildings, manufacturing plants, schools, and various public and residential facilities. His philosophy is a preventive medicine approach, i.e., to design, educate and prevent occurrence or reoccurrence of exposures, injuries and illnesses by determining the root cause(s) of environmental diseases, injuries or accidents and developing a plan of action for resolving the problem.

    Dr. Cheung on New York Legionnaire's Disease ABC2 News


    View Dr. Cheung's Expert Witness Profile.