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Dr Alvin Ng Choon Yong

Dr Alvin Ng Choon Yong
Dr Alvin Ng Choon Yong
  • The Respiratory Practice

    Address

    6 Napier Road, #07-02
    Gleneagles Medical Centre
    Singapore 258499

    Tel
    Fax
    64755001
  • The Respiratory Practice

    Address

    3 Mount Elizabeth #11-13/14/15
    Mount Elizabeth Medical Centre
    Singapore 228510

    Tel
    Fax
    68350045
  • The Respiratory Practice

    Address

    3 Mount Elizabeth #11-13/14/15
    Mount Elizabeth Medical Centre
    Singapore 228510

    Tel
    Fax
    68350045
  • The Respiratory Practice

    Address

    319 Joo Chiat Place #05-05
    Parkway East Medical Centre
    Singapore 427989

    Tel
    Fax
    6342 0494
  • Specialty

    • Internal Medicine
    • Respiratory Medicine
  • Sub-specialty

    • Intensive Care Medicine
  • Qualifications

    • MBBS(Singapore)
    • M.Med(Internal Medicine)
    • MRCP(UK)
    • FAMS(Respiratory Medicine)
    • FAMS(Intensive Care Medicine)
    • FRCP(Glasg)
    • FRCP(Edin)
  • Languages Spoken

    • English
    • Hokkien
    • Mandarin

Background

  • Dr Ng Choon Yong Alvin is a respiratory physician and intensivist at Parkway East Hospital, Gleneagles Hospital, and Mount Elizabeth Hospital, Singapore.
  • He has special interests in obstructive airway diseases like asthma and COPD, as well as invasive mechanical ventilation for ICU patients. He believes passionately in providing personalised patient-centric care to his patients.
  • Dr Alvin Ng was awarded the Singapore Armed Forces Medical Scholarship in 1996 to study medicine in the National University of Singapore (NUS). He graduated from NUS in 2001 and went on to train in internal medicine and became both a specialist in respiratory medicine and intensive care medicine.
  • Prior to private practice, he worked as a consultant at Changi General Hospital's Department of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine and held the position of deputy director of the Medical Intensive Care Unit. Dr Alvin Ng was also a lieutenant colonel in the Singapore Armed Forces and his last appointment was a commanding officer of the Medical Classification Centre (MCC), and in charge of PES (Physical Employment Status) assignments for all SAF and Mindef personnel. He holds the title and certification as the Singapore Armed Forces Consultant for Respiratory and Intensive Care Medicine.
  • Dr Alvin Ng believes in training the next generation of clinical doctors and had served as the Deputy Commander of the SAF Medical Training Institute which oversees all the medical training for the SAF. He was previously the medical director for the Singapore Armed Forces Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS) Centre and is currently the medical director of the St John Singapore National Association of Emergency Medical Technician Course.
  • He was the president of the Society of Intensive Care Medicine, as well as the vice president of the Singapore Thoracic Society. He was also an executive committee member of the Chapter of Intensivist, Academy of Medicine, Singapore.
  • Dr Alvin Ng currently volunteers in the St John Brigade Singapore and holds the Deputy Chief Surgeon appointment.
  • Dr Alvin Ng also holds numerous training positions including Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) Instructor, Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS) Instructor, Fundamental Critical Care Support (FCCS) Instructor, Basic Assessment and Support in Intensive Care (BASIC) Instructor and EuSim Advance Medical Training Simulation Instructor. Previously at Changi General Hospital, he held teaching positions in the Respiratory Medicine Core Faculty, Internal Medicine Physician Faculty, Intensive Care Medicine Subspecialty Faculty, as well as NUS Undergraduate Clinical Faculty.
  • Dr Alvin Ng has served in overseas peacekeeping missions as well as disaster relief efforts. He was awarded the United Nations Peace Keeping Medal as well as the United Nations Force Commander Letter of Commendation for services rendered as part of the medical team for the United Nations Mission in Support of East Timor.
  • Dr Alvin Ng believes strongly in contributing back to the community and continues to be active in both the Society of Intensive Care Medicine (SICM) and the Singapore Thoracic Society (STS) in order to advance intensive care medicine and respiratory medicine activities in Singapore. He was also the organising chairman of the 2017 SGANZICS Asia Pacific Intensive Care Forum whose aim is to support the Low Income Countries in the field of Intensive Care Medicine and to exchange ideas and best practices between the western nations and Asia.