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Dr Lee Chee Siang Bernard

Dr Lee Chee Siang Bernard
Dr Lee Chee Siang Bernard
  • Specialty

    • Orthopaedic Surgery
  • Qualifications

    • Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery, Singapore
    • Master of Medicine (Orthopaedic Surgery), Singapore
    • Member of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, UK
    • Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh (Orthopaedic Surgery), UK
    • Fellow of the Academy of Medicine, Singapore
  • Languages Spoken

    • English
    • Hokkien
    • Indonesian
    • Mandarin


  • Dr Bernard Lee is an orthopaedic surgeon practising at Gleneagles Hospital, Singapore.
  • He has special interests in arthroscopic surgery (a minimally invasive procedure to inspect or treat joint conditions), ligament reconstruction, and complex soft tissue injuries to the shoulder, elbow and knee.
  • He is also experienced in performing multiligament reconstruction, revision surgery and joint preservation surgery.
  • Dr Lee was previously practising at Ng Teng Fong General Hospital, where he became the director of sports, shoulder and elbow services. During his time there, he dealt with complex bony and soft tissue trauma injuries to the shoulder, elbow and knee.
  • Dr Lee is a regular instructor of arthroscopy courses for orthopaedic surgeons in the Asia Pacific region. He is also actively involved in postgraduate arthroscopy courses for local orthopaedic trainees.
  • He was a clinical senior lecturer at the Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, National University of Singapore, and was responsible for teaching and assessing undergraduates.
  • In addition to being a reviewer for medical journals, Dr Lee is an author of a book chapter, and has been published in several international journals.
  • Dr Lee is a strong advocate for customised treatments as his view is that every patient is unique. He believes that in some cases, pushing the envelope and adopting new procedures with sound scientific foundations may help patients realise their full potential for recovery.