Dr Wong graduated from the National University of Singapore in 1984. He completed his training in internal medicine and attained the Master of Medicine (Internal Medicine) in 1989.He completed his advanced training in infectious diseases in Singapore as well as in the U.S. He spent two and half years as a clinical and research postdoctoral fellow in infectious diseases at Stanford University School of Medicine and Research Institute, Palo Alto Medical Foundation.

Dr Wong is an infectious disease physician and has been in private practice for 15 years.

coma  He builds an organization that focuses on enhancing patient care and safety.  coma


Dr Wong helps to manage the Infectious Disease Specialists Group and is building it into an organization that focuses on enhancing patient care and safety. Dr Wong’s clinic at Gleneagles Medical Centre is the first private specialist clinic in Singapore to have met the standards to be awarded JCI accreditation as an ambulatory care centre.

Dr Wong was previously Head of Department of Infectious Diseases at Tan Tock Seng Hospital and Clinical Director of Communicable Disease Centre. He served 2 terms as an elected member of the Singapore Medical Council until November 2012 and sits on various committees at the Ministry of Health and restructured hospitals. He also sits as a member of data safety monitoring boards for Singapore Clinical Research Institute and evaluation committees for Office of Translational Medicine Oversight, Singapore General Hospital.

Dr Wong serves as a visiting consultant at Singapore General Hospital and National University Hospital. Dr Wong looks after inpatients at Gleneagles Hospital, Mt Elizabeth Hospital, Mt Elizabeth Novena Hospital and Farrer Park Hospital. He sees outpatients at our group’s clinics at Gleneagles Medical Centre, Mt Elizabeth Novena Specialist Centre and Farrer Park Medical Centre.