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St Luke's Community
Clinic Doctors

Our Doctors

A/Prof Tan Boon Yeow

MBBS (Singapore), M Med (Family Medicine)
FCFP (Family Medicine), M Med (Geriatrics)
Chief Executive Officer, St Luke’s Hospital
Senior Consultant
A/Prof Tan Boon Yeow’s experience spans from acute to community-based hospital care and primary care. His passion lies in the integration of care across diverse settings including preventive realm, focusing on population health and improving connectivity between primary, intermediate and acute care that can best achieve seamless care and good health outcomes for our population. A/Prof Tan is also an educator at heart and is actively involved in mentoring the younger clinicians. His contributions have been recognised through the awards he has received:
  • National Outstanding Clinician Educator Award by the Ministry of Health in 2019
  • Albert & Mary Lim Award, the highest accolade bestowed by the College of Family Physicians Singapore in 2019
  • Distinguished Educators’ Award by the College of Family Physicians Singapore in 2022
In addition, A/Prof Tan has served in multiple roles in the community care sector and was awarded the Supertasking Hero Award and the Super Committed Hero Award by the Agency for Integrated Care in 2021.

Dr Chia Tee Hien

MBBS (Singapore), M Med (Family Medicine)
FCFP (Family Medicine)
Medical Director, St Luke’s Hospital
Senior Consultant

As the Medical Director, Dr Chia Tee Hien leads a team of more than 40 which includes clinicians, pharmacists and dieticians.

He has also been practising as a Family Physician in the community setting for more than two decades. Inspired by his own Family Physician when he was young, Dr Chia decided to embark on this field after experiencing the good care of a Family Physician.

Dr Chia’s main interest is in rehabilitative medicine in the geriatric population. He is also a core faculty member in the NUHS Family Medicine Residency programme.

An avid runner, Dr Chia trains regularly to keep himself healthy. Spurred by his passion for running and heart for patients, he has also joined running events to raise funds for patients at St Luke’s Hospital.

Dr Wong Wei Mon

MBBS (Singapore), GDFM (Grad Dip Dermatology, Family Practice), M Med (Family Medicine), FCFP (Family Medicine)
Assistant Medical Director, St Luke's Hospital
Senior Consultant

Dr Wong Wei Mon is a Family Physician with more than 25 years of clinical experience. He is also the Assistant Medical Director and oversees the hospital’s outpatient care, home care as well as its community programmes.

As a Family Physician, his passion lies in providing personalised primary care in a holistic approach with clients across a continuum of settings and health states to optimise health outcomes. Being a firm believer that “prevention is better than cure”, Dr Wong advocates disease prevention and anticipatory care.

In addition, Dr Wong is a clinical educator, being in the faculty of NUHS Family Medicine Residency Programme and Adjunct Assistant Professor with Duke-NUS. In 2022, he received the College of Family Physician (Singapore) Teacher’s Award.

He hopes to value-add in integrating and transforming community care to enrich lives and to enable the community to move towards a healthier nation.

Dr Chong Tsung Wei

MB ChB (United Kingdom), M Med (Family Medicine)
FCFP (Family Medicine)
Senior Consultant

Dr Chong Tsung Wei is a Family Physician with more than 20 years of experience. He is also part of the teaching faculty with NUHS Department of Family Medicine.

Dr Chong has been involved with various special interest workgroups including falls prevention, Parkinson’s Disease, hip fracture and cancer rehabilitation.

In 2017, he received the Healthcare Humanity Award which is given to outstanding healthcare workers who are inspirational role models. With a calm and approachable character, Dr Chong has provided comfort and reassurance to many patients and families. His passion is in patient safety and has also contributed significantly to the study of falls prevention.

Dr Linus Chua

MBBS (Singapore), M Med (Family Medicine)
FCFP (Family Medicine)
Consultant

Dr Linus Chua is the current clinical lead of St Luke’s Community Clinic, overseeing the team to ensure quality and personalised care for patients.

As a Consultant Family Physician with special interest in dementia care, Dr Chua has led the Dementia Care Programme at SLH.

He is also a teaching faculty for the NUHS Family Medicine Residency Programme and Fellowship of College of Family Physicians Programme.

Dr Chua has been conferred several awards for his exemplary service, notably the Healthcare Humanity Award in 2018 and the Superstar Clinician Award under the Singapore Health Quality Service Awards in 2022.

Dr Ong Chooi Peng

MBBS (Singapore), M Med (Family Medicine)
FCFP (Family Medicine)
Visiting Consultant

Dr Ong Chooi Peng is a Family Physician who also teaches Family Medicine residents under the NUHS Family Medicine Residency.

Dr Jeffrey Jiang

MBBS (Singapore), MRCP (UK), M Med (Family Medicine)
M Med (Int Med), FAMS, FCFP (Family Medicine)
Consultant

Dr Jeffrey Jiang seeks to deliver holistic and patient-centred care. One of his key initiatives is the development of a frailty prevention strategy for patients and residents in the community.

Always looking for innovative ways to improve care, Dr Jiang spearheaded the Pail for the Frail programme, which incorporates the use of household items into evidence-based rehabilitation exercises for frailty prevention.

Dr Jiang is also a NUS Clinical Lecturer and a Core Faculty of the NUHS Family Medicine Residency programme. For two consecutive years in 2018 and 2019, he received the NUS Junior Doctor Teaching Award for his excellent teaching to NUS medical undergraduates.

He also contributes as a board member for the Chapter of Family Medicine, Academy of Medicine Singapore.

Dr Cleo Chiong

MBBS (NUS, Singapore)

Dr Cleo Chiong is a Family Physician and a teaching faculty with the NUHS Department of Family Medicine.

Dr Chiong is passionate about caring for the elderly, and advocating for those in need. She hopes that more can be supported to live well and age well.

Dr Rachel Lu

MBBS (NUS, Singapore)

Dr Rachel Lu is a Family Physician trainee with an interest in palliative care.

She is passionate about teaching and strives toward holistic care for patients on an individual and systems level.