Chairman, NUHS BoardChairman, Board of Trustees, National University of Singapore
Mr Hsieh Fu Hua was appointed to the Board of the National University Health System in April 2017 and he assumed the role of Chairman on 1 January 2019. He was also Chairman of the JurongHealth Board before JurongHealth Campus became a part of NUHS.
Active in the community, Mr Hsieh also serves on the boards of a number of non-profit organisations. He chairs the National University of Singapore, the National Gallery Singapore and the Stewardship Asia Centre. He was President of the National Council of Social Service from August 2012 to July 2018.
In business, Mr Hsieh is the Chairman of ACR Capital Holdings Pte Ltd and adviser to the PrimePartners Group, which he co-founded. He is a board director of GIC Private Limited and Grab Holdings Inc.
Mr Hsieh started his career in merchant banking and capital markets in 1974 when he joined Morgan Grenfell Asia Holdings upon graduation, eventually rising to head the organisation. He subsequently served as Group Managing Director of BNP Prime Peregrine Group Hong Kong, CEO of Singapore Exchange, President of Temasek Holdings and Chairman of United Overseas Bank.
Mr Hsieh is an alumnus of the NUS Business School.
Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Health, Singapore
Mr Chan Yeng Kit was appointed Permanent Secretary (Health) in December 2019. Prior to this, he was Permanent Secretary (Defence) from 2013 to 2019, Permanent Secretary (Defence Development) from 2012 to 2013, and Permanent Secretary (Information, Communications & the Arts) from 2008 to 2012.
MS NGIAM SIEW YINGDeputy Secretary (Policy), Ministry of Health, SingaporeSenior Director, National Population and Talent Division
Ms Ngiam Siew Ying joined the public service in 1999. Ms Ngiam is Deputy Secretary (Policy), Minstry Of Health.She is concurrently Senior Director of the National Population and Talent Division. In this role, she oversees the formulation and review of overarching policy issues related to population and demography, with a view towards a sustainable population for Singapore.Ms Ngiam was previously with the Ministry of Transport, where she was Deputy Director of Sea Transport and later 2nd Director of Land Transport. She has also held past appointments at the Ministry of Defence and the Defence Science and Technology Agency.
Chairman & Director, ST Logistics Pte Ltd
Partner, PeepalTree Pte Ltd
Group Chief Executive Officer, PSA International Pte. Ltd.
Mr Tan Chong Meng was appointed a Director in April 2011. He is currently the Group Chief Executive Officer of PSA International. He also heads the Senior Management Council (SMC) of the PSA Group, an executive team responsible for making key decisions Group-wide.
Chong Meng joined PSA on 1 October 2011, bringing with him many accomplishments as an Asian and Global Leader with great experience in managing the complexity, diversity and breadth of a global business. As Group CEO, he is responsible for the overall performance of the PSA Group.
Chong Meng leads in both strategy and execution in PSA Group towards achieving higher levels and greater success for the future. Together with his management team, he will lead and focus on gaining PSA share of the value through making the best of current assets and activities and growing PSA port positions and business partnerships worldwide.
Prior to PSA, Chong Meng served as the Executive Vice President, Global Commercial, Shell Downstream, a part of the Royal Dutch Shell Group, where he led six global businesses many of which are world leaders engaging in marketing and sales of fuels, lubricants and specialty products to commercial customers vis-à-vis Aviation, Marine, Industrial, Land Transport, Construction and Liquefied Petroleum Gas. With more than 20 years of experience in Shell, Chong Meng has worked in USA, Europe, China and Singapore holding various senior leadership positions, his responsibilities spanned from management, sales, marketing, trading, refinery operations, customer service to merger and acquisitions.
Besides keeping a sharp focus on business growth and profitability, Chong Meng is equally balanced in people development, having spent many years leading the Asian Talent Council for Shell to effectively grow and promote gifted Asian talents within Shell. For his many portfolios and significant contributions, he is ranked as one of the top executive leaders within Shell globally. Chong Meng had also worked with the Ministry of National Development, Singapore in various positions for five years.
Chief Technology Officer, GIC
Ms Wu Choy Peng was appointed GIC's Chief Technology Officer on 14 August 2017 to provide integrated oversight for technology and data analytics. Before joining GIC, she was Group Chief Information Officer of Singapore Telecommunications Limited (Singtel).
From 2006 to 2012, she was Group Chief Information Officer of Neptune Orient Lines Group. Prior to that, she held various senior appointments including the Singapore Government's Chief Information Officer, Deputy Chief Executive (Industry) of the Infocomm Development Authority (IDA) and Chief Information Officer of the Ministry of Education (MOE). She spent 10 years at the National Computer Board (NCB) upon graduation.
Ms Wu holds a Bachelor of Science (Hons) degree in Computer/Communication Science/Mathematics and a Master of Science in Computer Science/Engineering, both from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
Senior Consultant, Cardiologist, Mount Elizabeth Hospital
Senior Partner & Managing Director, Boston Consulting Group
Mr Vincent Chin Sze Heong is the Global Leader of Boston Consulting Group's Public Sector Practice.
He began his early career at two global companies at the forefront of the airlines and technology industries respectively, before joining BCG in 1999. In BCG, Vincent has been helping clients in both the public and private sector to sharpen and sustain their competitive edge. His core area of focus is in strategy breakthroughs, business model innovation and large scale transformation.
Mr Chin holds a Master of Business Administration from the Edinburgh Business School and Bachelor of Science (Computer & Information System) from the National University of Singapore.
Senior Deputy President and Provost,Tan Chin Tuan Centennial Professor,National University of Singapore
Director, Business Development (APAC), BAE Systems Hägglunds AB
Executive Director, Centre for Liveable Cities
Mr Khoo Teng Chye is currently the Executive Director for the Centre for Liveable Cities, Ministry of National Development (MND), Singapore.
He was formerly the Chief Executive of PUB, Singapore's National Water Agency (2003 to 2011), Chief Executive Officer/Chief Planner at the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA)(1992 to 1996), Chief Executive Officer/Group President of PSA Corporation(1996 to 2002), President and Chief Executive Officer of Mapletree Investments and Managing Director (Special Projects) of Temasek Holdings(2002 to 2003).
He sits on the Boards of Tropical Marine Science Institute of National University of Singapore (NUS), and GDF Suez's (Engie) Urban Strategy and Innovation Council. Currently, he serves as a member of the Development Projects Advisory Panel (DPAP) set up by Ministry of Finance (MOF). He is also the Chairman of the Ministry of Manpower, Singapore's Workplace Safety and Health (WSH) Institute Governing Board and is a member of the Advisory Committee for the formation of the New Capital for the state of Andhra Pradesh, India. He is an Adjunct Professor at the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE), NTU, and at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, NUS.
Mr Khoo graduated with First Class Honours in Civil Engineering from Monash University, Australia. A President-cum-Colombo Plan Scholar, he also holds a Master of Science in Construction Engineering and a Master of Business Administration from the National University of Singapore. He is a Fellow of the Institution of Engineers, Singapore. He attended the Advanced Management Programme at Harvard Business School.
Mok Hing Yiu Professor of Medicine and Chair Professor in MedicineThe Chinese University of Hong Kong
Vice Chairman, Wealth Management, Asia Pacific UBS AG
Mrs Tracey Woon was appointed Vice Chairman, Asia Pacific, Wealth Management, UBS AG in July 2016.
Prior to joining UBS, Mrs Tracey Woon was Vice Chairman of Citibank ASEAN Corporate and Investment Banking, encompassing Investment Banking for South East Asia, as well as Corporate Banking, Financial Institutions practice, Global Transaction Services and Global Subsidiaries Group for Singapore.
Tracey has more than 35 years of investment banking experience having worked on a whole spectrum of corporate finance transactions from equity fund raising (IPOs, equity placements and rights issues) to debt offerings to advisory work, including takeovers of public companies in Singapore and ASEAN.
Tracey holds a Bachelor of Law degree from the National University of Singapore. She was also conferred 2016 IBF Distinguished Fellow Award.
Professor Yeoh is Chief Executive of the National University Health System. He is also concurrently the Irene Tan Liang Kheng Professor in Medicine & Oncology and Senior Vice President (Health Affairs), National University of Singapore. He practises as a Senior Consultant at the Division of Gastroenterology & Hepatology, National University Hospital (NUH). He served as Dean of the Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, National University of Singapore (NUS) from 2011 to 2018. Prof Yeoh received his Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) from NUS in 1987 and trained in internal medicine and gastroenterology at the NUH. He is a Fellow of the Academy of Medicine, Singapore, Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians of London and Glasgow, and a member of the American Gastroenterology Association and American Society of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy. He received several awards, including the Nishi-Takahashi Lectureship at the 9th International Gastric Cancer Conference in 2011, Outstanding Clinician Scientist award at the National Medical Excellence Awards 2013 from the Ministry of Health, Singapore as well as the Public Administration Medal (Silver) in 2016 for his outstanding contributions to medical education and healthcare in Singapore.
Mr Chua Song Khim joins the senior leadership team at NUHS to develop an integrated academic health system that addresses Singapore's current and future needs. He was appointed Deputy Chief Executive, NUHS in January 2017 while concurrently as Chief Executive Officer, NTUC Health until he relinquished his NTUC position in June 2018. In his Dy CE role, he is responsible for supporting the Alexandra Campus Development, National University Polyclinics, Family Medicine & Regional Health System Planning.
As the CEO of NTUC Unity Healthcare and Executive Director of NTUC Eldercare Cooperatives in 2012, he led the integration effort to form NTUC Health Cooperative in 2014. Today, NTUC Heath is the largest health co-operative in Singapore (one of NTUC's social enterprises), providing a comprehensive suite of health and eldercare services ranging from dental, family medicine, senior day care, homecare, nursing homes and senior wellness centres.
Mr Chua was appointed the Chief Operating Officer of NUH in 2001 before assuming the Chief Executive Officer position in July 2001 to July 2008. During his term at NUH, the hospital became the first hospital in Singapore to be accredited by the Joint Commission International (JCI) besides being ISO certified for ISO 9001:2000 (Quality Management), ISO 14001:1996 (Environmental Management System) and OHSAS 18001:1999 (Occupational Health and Safety Management System). NUH also received Spring Singapore's People Excellence Award and the Singapore Service Class. Mr Chua was instrumental in the master planning of the Kent Ridge campus that saw the development of the NUHS Tower Block and the new Medical Centre with the Kent Ridge MRT station, as well as positioning NUH to allow the creation of NUHS in 2007.
In 2008, Mr Chua left NUH and took up the position of Group Chief Executive Officer of public listed company China Healthcare Ltd (Econ Healthcare), that owns and operates a network of nursing homes and eldercare services in Singapore and Malaysia.
Mr Chua holds a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science from the National University of Singapore (NUS) and a Master's degree in Health Services Administration (Policy & Management) from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor (USA).
Over the years, Mr Chua had received numerous awards, including the National Day Commendation Medal, NTUC Commendation Medal, Ministry of Health's Health Leader Award and the Republic of Singapore Navy's National Servicemen of the Year award (Commendation). He is a Board member of St Luke's Hospital and Jurong Health Services Fund Board; Chairman of the MOH's Healthcare Productivity Implementation Taskforce (HPIT); a member of the Future Economy Council Essential Domestic Services Sub-Committee as well as a member of the Advisory Committee, School of Sports, Health and Leisure of Republic Polytechnic. Mr Chua also serves as an Elder in Bethesda Christian Centre. He was the former Chairman of the Agency for Integrated Care's Strategic Advisory Committee - Quality Improvement for the Intermediate & Long Term Care sector, a member of Ministry of Health's City for All Ages Committee, and a member of Healthcare Tripartite Committee for Workforce Innovation and Productivity.
Chief Executive Officer, National University Hospital
Dr Eugene H.C. Liu (MBChB, MPhil, MD, FRCA) is CEO of the National University Hospital, the flagship 1,250-bed tertiary care hospital of the National University Health System.
He is a specialist in anaesthesia and also trained in epidemiology. He continues clinical anaesthesia work, with interests in airway management, and serves on the Ministry of Health's Residency Advisory Committee for Anaesthesia.
An Associate Professor with the National University of Singapore's Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, he previously served as its Assistant Dean (Academic Affairs) and also Head of the Department of Anaesthesia in NUH and NUS.
Professor Quek Swee Chye graduated from the National University of Singapore, and proceeded on to specialist training in peadiatrics. He was awarded a medal for being the top candidate in the Master of Medicine (Paediatrics) examination. Professor Quek then joined his alma mater as a full time faculty, contributing to teaching and research, in addition to full time clinical service. Professor Quek majors in the subspecialty of cardiology. He completed a fellowship at the Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, whilst on study leave from NUS. He was also awarded the Ministry of Health's Senior Clinician HMDP to pursue advanced training at the Boston Children's at Harvard University, and Children's Hospital of New York-Presbyterian at Columbia University.
Professor Quek heads the Division of Paediatric Cardiology, and his interests are heart disease in children (both congenital and acquired) and Kawasaki disease. In research, Professor Quek successfully defended his thesis and was awarded a Doctorate in Medicine. He has published extensively in peer-reviewed journals and participated in many international conferences, both to present papers and as invited faculty. In recognition of his many contributions to cardiology, he was awarded Fellowship of the American College of Cardiology. Professor Quek is the only Singaporean and Asian to be accorded the honor of being a Council Member of the Adult Congenital and Paediatric Cardiology Section of the American College of Cardiology. He is also a Fellow of the Royal College of Paediatricians and Child Health (United Kingdom), Academy of Medicine and College of Paediatricians and Child Health, Singapore.
Professor Quek is Chairman of Medical Board at National University Hospital. For many years, he has been appointed visiting senior consultant to the Ministry of Health, Singapore, and the Health Promotion Board's School Health Service. For his many outstanding contributions to clinical service, he has been bestowed the National Medical Excellence Awards 2013 (Outstanding Clinical Quality Activist Award) by the Ministry of Health, Singapore and the inaugural NUHS-Mokhtar Riady Pinnacle Award 2013 (Excellence Award) by NUHS.
Chief Executive Officer, Alexandra Hospital
Chief Executive Officer, National University Polyclinics
Dr Lew Yii Jen is Chief Executive Officer of the National University Polyclinics. A practicing family physician, Dr Lew obtained his Masters of Medicine, Family Medicine from the National University of Singapore and is a Fellow of the College of Family Physicians, Singapore, FCFP(S).
Dr Lew previously served as the Senior Director of Clinical Services at National Healthcare Group Polyclinics (NHGP) where he oversaw the clinical quality and patient safety matters of the nine polyclinics. He coordinated with the nurses, Care Managers, Allied Health Professionals and the operations staff in the team based comprehensive care of chronic patients, as well as communicated with the regional hospitals in the integration of care of patients across different institutions. Dr Lew was also responsible for the overall coordination of the emergency preparedness of the polyclinics under NHGP in the areas of civil and national emergencies including pandemic situations.
He has served as a member of the Ministry of Health (MOH) Expert Committee on Immunisation, the MOH Inter-Agency Committee on Mental Health Integration, and the Agency of Integrated Care GP Advisory Panel.
Dr Lew is active in important medical covers for international events, the most recent being the setting up of medical centres for the SEA Games and Para Games in 2015. He is currently involved in the MOH Chronic Disease Management Programme Clinical Advisory Committee which advises on the latest medical condition to be CDMP Medisave claimable.
Dean, NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine
Professor Teo Yik Ying is Dean of the Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health, National University of Singapore. He also helms the iOmics Programme at the Life Sciences Institute, and is an Associate Faculty Member of the Genome Institute of Singapore.
A keen researcher by nature, Prof Teo has gained international recognition for his work in genomics, where his focus is in the development and application of mathematical and statistical techniques to understand the genetic causes of human diseases and genetic evolution in worldwide populations. He has conducted large scale genomic studies on populations from Africa, Europe and Asia, and currently chairs an international consortium investigating the genetic diversity of cosmopolitan and indigenous populations in Asia.
Prof Teo majored in statistical genetics, having completed his doctoral training at the University of Oxford after obtaining a Distinction for his Masters in Applied Statistics at Oxford and graduating top of the cohort for the Bachelor programme in Mathematics at Imperial College, United Kingdom. He pursued his postdoctoral training with the Wellcome Trust Centre for Human Genetics, where he was concurrently appointed as a Lecturer at the Statistics Department in Oxford.
Prof Teo has previously served as the Director for the Centre for Infectious Disease Epidemiology and Research, where the Centre works closely with the Singapore Ministry of Defence to develop capabilities for disease surveillance, consultation and research to deter and to control potential infectious disease outbreaks. He was also the Founding Director of the Centre for Health Services and Policy Research, which approaches systems-level healthcare issues from a multidisciplinary perspective, connecting healthcare workers, patients, researchers, policy- and decision-makers to tackle complex themes in the fast-changing nature of health services delivery.
For his contributions and achievements to academic and public health, Prof Teo was the recipient of numerous awards, including the Singapore Youth Award (2011), the Young Scientist Award by the Singapore National Academy of Science (2010), the NUHS-Mochtar Riady Pinnacle Young Achiever Award (2015), and the Outstanding Young Persons of the
World award in the category of Academic Leadership and Achievements (2015). He was also conferred numerous scholarships during his education, including the Public Service Commission scholarship (1997), the Shell Centenary Scholarship (2000), the Lee Kuan Yew Postgraduate Scholarship (2003) and the NUS Overseas Graduate Scholarship (2003).
Growing up in a family of educators, Prof Teo is both a passionate and exceptional educator, and has won numerous faculty and university awards for teaching excellence from both NUS and Oxford.
Group Chairman, Medical Board, National University Health System
Group Chief Financial Officer, National University Health System Chief-of-Staff, Corporate Office, National University Health System
As Group Chief Financial Officer, Ms Wong Soo Min leads the development of the financial and business strategies, while ensuring effective internal controls and ongoing financial sustainability of NUHS. She also oversees the Enterprise Risk Management, working closely with the institutions to ensure that they have the robust framework in place. As the Corporate Office Chief of Staff, she assists the Chief Executive in shaping strategies and leading the integration efforts of NUHS.
Ms Wong has held senior leadership positions in both Finance and Operations in technology multinationals like Hewlett Packard Inc, Micron Technology Inc and an Intel-Micron Joint Venture, with experience encompassing business partnership and analytics, development and implementation of transformation initiatives, mergers & acquisitions, start-up operations, supply chain, quality and partners' management. She has extensive experience in finance where she led worldwide teams in facilitating the transparency of financial performance across institutions, working with senior leaders and key stakeholders to drive improved performance and ensuring that business decisions are grounded in sound analysis with the appropriate accountability.
Ms Wong holds a Bachelor of Accountancy degree from the National University of Singapore and is a Chartered Accountant of Singapore.