Dr. John C Hsiang
|Credentials||MBChB (NZ), FRACP (Australasia), MD (doctorate)|
|Language||Mandarin, English and Hokkien|
Dr Hsiang is an established gastroenterologist with more than 15 years of clinical experience. He has been caring for both the local and expatriate communities and is well regarded for his professional and caring demeanour.
Dr Hsiang is a Taiwanese, grew up in New Zealand and graduated from Otago Medical School, New Zealand in 2003. He completed his specialist training at the end of 2012 and obtained the Fellowship of Royal Australasian College of Physicians (FRACP) in Gastroenterology. In 2013, he furthered his research career and post-specialist training in the world renowned gastroenterology unit, Institute of Digestive Diseases, Prince of Wales Hospital in Hong Kong, under Professor Henry Chan, Professor Vincent Wong and Professor Grace Wong.
After spending two years in Hong Kong where he also completed his doctorate degree on the topic of “Chronic Liver Disease with special focus on Hepatitis B, Diabetes and Statins”, he started working in Singhealth cluster hospital in 2015. Dr Hsiang has published over 25 peer-reviewed studies on variety of topics including hepatitis B, obesity related liver disease, hepatitis C, gut microbiome, liver cirrhosis, helicobacter infection and alcoholic liver disease.
Dr Hsiang also enjoys medical education – he has been teaching Yong Loo Lin Medical School and Duke-NUS medical students over the years. He has held the position of adjunct assistant professor at YLL School of Medicine, National University of Singapore. Over the last 20 years, he has kept an interest in doing medical mission work in remote countries around the world.