Dr. Cheong Tuck Hong
Respiratory Medicine (Lungs)
|Credentials||MBBS (Singapore) 1982, MRCP (Int Med) (UK) 1986, M Med (Int Med) (Singapore) 1987, FAMS (Respiratory Med) 1992|
|Language||English, Mandarin Chinese, Bahasa Melayu, Bahasa Indonesia, Hokkien Dialect, Cantonese Dialect, Teochew Dialect|
Dr. Cheong Tuck Hong is a Respiratory Specialist at the Mount Elizabeth Medical Centre and a former Visiting Consultant (Department of Medicine) at Changi General Hospital. He was previously a Senior Consultant (Department of Respiratory Medicine) at Tan Tock Seng Hospital.
He received his MBBS (1982) and Master of Medicine (Internal Medicine) (1987) from the National University of Singapore. He received his Membership of the Royal College of Physicians (MRCP, UK) in 1986. He is a fellow of the Academy of Medicine, Singapore (1992). Dr. Cheong also received post-graduate training in Respiratory Medicine at the Royal Victoria Hospital in Montreal, Canada in 1989. He has received numerous prizes and awards during his studies. These include the Beecham Book Prizes for Anatomy ad Physiology (1978-1979), The Academy of Medicine silver Medal (1978-1979) for being first in the First Professional Examination for MBBS, The Gibbs Gold Medal and Ciba-Geigy Prize (1981-1982) for being first in general proficiency throughout the course of study for MBBS.
Dr. Cheong served as the vice-chairman in the Medical Advisory Board of Mount Elizabeth Hospital (2006-2008) and was previously the chairman of the SARS Prevention Committee of Mount Elizabeth Hospital (2003-2004). He is also a member of the Parkway College Board.
He has a special interest in the following areas:
Dr. Cheong has been practising at Mt. Elizabeth Medical Centre since 1995.