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Dr Yeo Chong Jin

Dr Yeo Chong Jin
Dr Yeo Chong Jin
  • Hand Surgery Associates


    6 Napier Road #04-14
    Gleneagles Medical Centre
    Singapore 258500

  • Hand Surgery Associates


    38 Irrawaddy Road #10-51/52/53
    Mount Elizabeth Novena Specialist Centre
    Singapore 329563

  • 專科

    • 手外科
  • 資格

    • Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery, University of Glasgow, UK
    • Member of the Royal College of Surgeons, Glasgow, UK
    • Master of Medicine, National University of Singapore
    • Fellow of the Academy of Medicine of Singapore
  • 口语能力

    • 英语


  • Dr Yeo Chong Jin is a hand surgeon currently practising at Gleneagles Hospital, Singapore. Dr Yeo's clinical interest include treatment of all hand and wrist trauma and fractures, replantations and reconstructive microsurgery. He has a special interest in minimally invasive surgery for the hand & wrist problems, including wrist arthroscopy, arthroscopic assisted surgery, percutaneous fixation and endoscopic peripheral nerve surgery. He also manages sports related injuries of the wrist and hand.
  • Dr Yeo graduated from University of Glasgow, UK with his basic medical degree (MBChB) in 2001 and continued his post graduate basic surgical training in the UK and returned to Singapore in 2006. He went on to obtain his higher surgical qualifications (MRCS, M.Med) and was accredited by the Ministry of Health (Singapore) as a Hand Surgeon in 2012.
  • He was awarded the Higher Manpower Development Program for 2012 and completed his fellowship in Adelaide, South Australia with Professor Gregory Bain, a world renowned upper limb specialist dealing complex shoulder, elbow and wrist disorders.
  • He has been working in Tan Tock Seng Hospital (TTSH) since 2008, and served as the chief of the Hand & Microsurgery Section there from 2013-2015. He continues as a visiting consultant in TTSH and is actively involved in the training of the junior surgeons and residents.
  • Dr Yeo was a senior clinical lecturer during his tenure in TTSH and was involved in undergraduate and postgraduate teaching. He was also the fellowship director for hand surgery in TTSH. He sits on the Examination Subcommittee for Hand Surgery Residency Program, and is an EXCO member of the Singapore Society for Hand Surgery.
  • He continues his research work and publication of articles and book chapters with Prof Greg Bain on the rare wrist condition known as Kienböck disease. Dr Yeo has also contributed a book chapter on lower limb flap in Grabb's Encyclopedia of Flaps.