Dr CHOO Chuan Gee

Dr CHOO Chuan Gee

Biography

Dr CHOO Chuan Gee

Consultant
Respiratory Medicine Service
Department of Medicine
JurongHealth
Singapore


Dr Choo Chuan Gee joined JurongHealth in September 2012 as a Consultant with Respiratory Medicine Service. Department of Medicine. Dr Choo corm specialist training in UK in Respiratory Medicine and he has more than 10 years of clinical experience, including his former role as a Consultant Physician i Eliot hospital NHS Trust. UK. managing complex respiratory diseases. Dr Choo is a valuable member of the team. He contributed to the readiness of RI Medicine scope of service at NTFGH through his involvement in the growth of the inpatient and outpatient care services. for a wide spectrum of n diseases. The service also provide support to primary care physicians in optimising the management of lung diseases. As a passionate clinical educator who subscribes to the nation’s drive to develop more local trained physicians to meet future population needs. Dr Choo his time to undergraduate and postgraduate medical teaching, imparting his years of clinical knowledge and practice to aspiring medical students a clinicians. Other than his appointment as Clinical Senior Lecturer at the Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine. NUS. Dr Choo was also an examine undergraduate medical examination at NUH and a clinical tutor for the MMed (Internal Medicine) and MRCP (UK) PACES examination. As the former Associate Programme Director (APD) for NUNS Respiratory Medicine Senior Residency Programme. Dr Choo collaborated with NUNS Pr Director to ensure that residents rotated for specialists training at our hospital, received the required teaching and guidance. He was awarded the NUNS Excellence Award and NUNS Residents’ Choice Award in recognition for his contribution. serves in various JurongHeatth committees which include the Endoscopy Centre Committee and Mortality and Morbidity Quality Assurance Committees for both Depa and Department of Intensive Care Medicine. As a Senior Consultant. Dr Choo will continue to build and expand respiratory medicine service and work with a multidisciplinar Endobronchial Ultrasound (EBUS) capability to enhance lung cancer service. He will also drive outreach programs to the community for chronic respiratory illnesses, in align. as a Regional Health System.