- Hand Surgery Associates (Novena)
Mount Elizabeth Novena Specialist Centre
- Hand Surgery Associates (Alvernia)
Alvernia Medical Centre
- Hand Surgery Associates (Parkway East)
Parkway East Medical Centre
- Hand Surgery Associates (Farrer Park)
Farrer Park Medical Centre
- Hand Surgery Associates (Gleneagles)
Gleneagles Medical Centre
- Mount Elizabeth Hospital Singapore
- Mount Alvernia Hospital Singapore
- Raffles Hospital
- Farrer Park Hospital Singapore
- Gleneagles Hospital Singapore
- Parkway East Hospital Singapore
- Mount Elizabeth Novena Hospital Singapore
- MBBS (NUS)
- FRCS (Edinburgh)
- FAMS(Hand Surgery)
Dr Peng Yeong Pin completed a Microsurgical Fellowship at the prestigious Chang Gung Memorial Hospital in Taiwan, which has developed numerous world-renowned reconstructive microsurgery techniques. In 2003 to 2004, he received the Higher Manpower Development Award and undergone further training at the respected Hand Surgery Centre, Kleinert and Kutz Associates, in Louisville, USA.
He set up the microsurgical training laboratory in the National University Hospital (NUH), Singapore, upon his return, and was the Clinical Director and Consultant in the Department of Hand & Reconstructive Microsurgery from 2006 – 2008. He headed the department from 2009 – 2012 and under his headship, the Hand and Reconstructive Microsurgery Centre was established with a staff of 11 Hand Surgeons.
His clinical interests are in hand and wrist trauma surgery, replantation and reconstructive microsurgery. He also provided microsurgical support to the liver transplant teams.
He has published research on new surgical flap techniques in the lower limb and was on the teaching faculty for flaps of the hand at the American Society for Surgery of the Hand conference. His other clinical interest covers care for degenerative conditions of the hands. A strong believer that good clinical outcomes will result in cost effective treatment in hand surgery, he continues to pursue outcome-based clinical research.
He was a Clinician Educator during his tenure in NUH, and was actively involved in undergraduate and postgraduate teaching. He is frequently invited to speak in local and international meetings.
He was a member of the Specialist Training Committee in Hand Surgery as well as the Residency Accreditation Committee at Ministry of Health. He was appointed as the President of the Singapore Society for Surgery of the Hand from 2009 – 2011.
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