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  • Gleneagles Singapore

Dr Liew Kay Choon Reginald

  • The Harley Street Heart And Vascular Centre


    6A Napier Road #02-38/41
    Gleneagles Annex Block
    Singapore 258500

    6472 3704
  • The Harley Street Heart & Vascular Centre


    38 Irrawaddy Road #05-30
    Mount Elizabeth Novena Specialist Centre
    Singapore 329563

    6455 5488
  • The Harley Street Heart & Vascular Centre


    3 Mount Elizabeth #11-07
    Mount Elizabeth Medical Centre
    Singapore 228510

  • Specialty

    • Cardiology
  • Qualifications

    • Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery, Cambridge University, UK
    • Master of Medicine, Cambridge University, UK
    • Doctor of Philosophy, London, UK
    • Member of the Royal College of Physicians of London, UK
    • Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians of London, UK
    • Fellow of the European Society of Cardiology
    • Fellow of the American College of Cardiology of Washington, USA
  • Languages Spoken

    • English


  • Dr Reginald Liew is a cardiologist practising at Gleneagles Hospital and Mount Elizabeth Hospitals, Singapore.
  • His clinical interests are in cardiac electrophysiology (EP), cardiac arrhythmia (abnormal heart rhythm) and device implantation.
  • He is trained in cardiac EP procedures such as catheter ablation (radiofrequency energy that rectifies abnormal heart rhythm) using conventional and 3D-mapping systems. He also performs cardiac device implantation, such as cardiac pacemakers, implantable cardioverter defibrillators (ICD) and cardiac resynchronisation therapy (CRT) devices.
  • He received his cardiology training at the Royal Brompton Hospital in London, UK, and subspecialty training in cardiac arrhythmias at St. Bartholomew’s Hospital and St. George’s Hospital.
  • He is the former deputy director of the Research and Development Unit at the National Heart Centre.
  • Dr Liew is an assistant professor at the Duke-NUS Medical School, and is the course organiser for the cardiovascular component of the first-year normal body course. He has also mentored cardiologists in the UK, Singapore and the surrounding region in performing cardiac EP procedures, and regularly proctors EP cases in neighbouring countries.
  • He has been active in the field of heart rhythm problems, and was involved in some of the early pioneering clinical studies in the UK that validated the use of 3D-mapping systems to treat heart rhythm problems.
  • His research interests include atrial fibrillation, sudden cardiac death and the use of stem cells in cardiovascular disease. He is also a member of the research committee for the Singapore Heart Foundation and the basic science committee of the Asian Pacific Heart Rhythm Society.