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Clinic opening on 5 July 2008 by our distinguished guest, His Excellency, Mr S R Nathan, President of the Republic of Singapore.

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Prof Philip Eng with clinic staff (standing),
staff nurse Mee Hsia and,(seated from
left) clinic executive, Felicia and staff nurse
Ai Ting.

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Prof Philip Eng was Head, Department of
Respiratory & Critical Care Medicine at SGH
from1997 to 2007 (Seated 4th from left)

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Clinical Heads for Division of Medicine 1999 – Seated from left: A/Prof Woo Keng Thye
(Renal Medicine), Prof Ong Yong Yau (Chairman,
Division of Medicine), A/Prof Ng Han Seong (Gastroenterology). Middle row from left:
Dr Ho Lai Yun (Neonatology), A/Prof Patrick
Tan (Haematology), Dr Philip Eng(Respiratory
& Critical Care Medicine), Dr Tang Ong
Teng (Internal Medicine). Back row from left: Dr
Wong Meng Cheong (Neurology), Prof Richard
Epstein (Medical Oncology). Absent: Dr Alex
Fok (Endocrinology)

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Prof Philip Eng received his postgraduate
training at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation,
USA from 1991 to 1993 (Standing back row,
first from right)

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Prof Philip Eng with his NUS final year
medical school students after an Internal
Medicine class (2012)

Prof Philip Eng was elected to the Mount
Elizabeth Hospital Medical Advisory
Board from July 2013 – June 2015. (Seated
3rd from left))

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Official launch of the 15th World Conference
on Tobacco or Health, 20 – 24 March 2012.
(From left to right) Prof Harry Lando (Scientific Chair), Dr Margaret Chan (Director-General WHO), Mr Gan Kim Yong (Minister of Health), Mr Ang Hak Seng (CEO Health Promotion Board), A/Prof Philip Eng (Congress President).

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Clinic Supports World Vision International

In 2011, the clinic worked with a young aspiring photographer, Edward Min-Wei Eng, to raise $22,280 for World Vision International’s Children in Crisis Centres through the sale of his photographic journal. We are pleased to share in World Vision’s mission to reach out to the world’s poorest and vulnerable children by providing them with food, healthcare, education and job opportunities so they can be freed from poverty and move on with hope.