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Dr Eu Kong Weng

Dr Eu Kong Weng
Dr Eu Kong Weng
  • Colorectal Surgeons Inc., (Pte Ltd)

    Address

    38 Irrawaddy Road #06-30
    Mount Elizabeth Novena Specialist Centre
    Singapore 329563

    Tel
    Fax
    6694 4344
  • Specialty

    • General Surgery
  • Qualifications

    • Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery, National University of Singapore
    • Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh, UK
    • Master of Medicine (Surgery), National University of Singapore
    • Fellow of the Academy of Medicine of Singapore
  • Languages Spoken

    • Cantonese
    • English
    • Hokkien
    • Malay/Indonesian
    • Mandarin
    • Teochew

Background

  • Dr Eu Kong Weng is a general surgeon currently practising in Mount Elizabeth Novena Hospital, Singapore. Dr Eu specializes in treating colorectal conditions through the use of minimally invasive and robotics assisted laparoscopic techniques.
  • Dr Eu brings with him more than 25 years of experience in treating colorectal condition, including eight years as the head of the Singapore General Hospital’s Department of Colorectal Surgery from 2003 to 2010. He was also the director of the SGH Tripartite Robotics Assisted Laparoscopic Surgery Project, an initiative that pioneers cutting-edge surgical technologies. Having conducted over 600 laparoscopic colon and rectal operations and over 50 robotic colorectal resections, Dr Eu is one of Singapore’s most experienced doctors in the field of minimally- invasive colorectal surgeries.
  • Dr Eu Kong Weng obtained his medical degree from the National University of Singapore in 1986 and completed his surgery fellowship in the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh. He subsequently trained as an advanced trainee and clinical fellow at the prestigious Cleveland Clinic Foundation in Ohio, USA.
  • He is currently a visiting consultant at the Singapore General Hospital Department of Colorectal Surgery and holds an advisory role in various professional bodies. Dr Eu also spends a great part of his program teaching both undergraduates and postgraduate students. He is currently an adjunct professor of surgery at the Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School
  • and previously a visiting professor at the prestigious University of Hong Kong Medical Centre. He was the president of the ASEAN Society of Colorectal Surgeons in 2007 and the president of the Singapore Society of Colorectal Surgeons in 2004.

Awards

  • Distinction Award, National Safety First Council 1978
  • Singapore Government Public Service Commission Bursary Award for Medicine 1981-1985
  • Singapore Government Ministry of Health Traineeship (General Surgery) 1989 – 1991
  • School of Postgraduate Medical Studies Advance Surgical Traineeship, National University of Singapore (1991)
  • Surgeon-in-Training Medal, Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh, United Kingdom (1993)
  • Singapore General Hospital Overseas Training Award, Colorectal Surgery 1993 – 1994
  • Japan Surgical Society Travel Grant for Young Surgeons, 94th Annual Congress, Tokyo, Japan (March 1994)
  • 1994 Ethicon Endo-Surgery Education Grant, Ethicon Endo-Surgery, Johnson & Johnson Company, Cincinnati, OH
  • Professorial Lecture, 10th Hokuriku Society of Surgeons Meeting. Laparoscopic Colon & Rectum Surgery, Kanazawa, Japan (October 1995)
  • Young Surgeons’ Award Presentation, 19th Annual Combined Surgical Meeting, College of Medicine Building, Singapore (11 November 1995)
  • National Medical Research Council Grant. Immune Stress Response following Laparoscopic vs Conventional Surgery, NMRC, Singapore (May 1997)
  • Singapore Cancer Society Research Grant, Establishing an individualised histoculture system for assessing the chemo prevention effect of aspirin in colorectal cancer, Singapore 1997
  • National Medical Research Council Grant. Presymptomatic molecular diagnosis of F.A.P.NMRC, Singapore 1997 (September)
  • Department of Clinical Research Grant, Topical NTG and Vitamin E in Haemorrhoidectomy wound healing DCR, Singapore General Hospital 1998
  • Service Quality Award, Singapore General Hospital Service with a Heart Winner, May and July 1998, March and October 1999
  • Singapore Cancer Society Research Grant. The use of p27 as a prognostic marker in Colorectal carcinogenesis Singapore Cancer Society, August 1998
  • Academy of Medicine Travel assistance Grant, National Congress – Indian Association of Surgical Oncology, Khajuraho, India. October 1998
  • Accolade for Voluntarism, Singapore Cancer Society - Stoma Club, Oct 1997
  • Special Biographee. Who’s who in the World. Marquis who’s who, 16th Edition, 1999
  • National Medical Research Council Grant. Assessing the anti-cancer effect of NSAIDs in CLR Cancer using an individualised Histoculture system. NMRC. Aug 1999
  • Heart Of Gold Service Award, Singapore General Hospital, Oct-Dec 1999
  • Special Biographee. Marquis Who’s Who in Science and Engineering 21st Century Editions, 6th Edition, 2002-3
  • SGH Excellent Publication Award 2001.SGH, 2001
  • Honorary Appointment / Member. Research Board of Advisors. American Biographical Institute, 2003 International Scientist of the Year 2004. International Biographical Centre Cambridge, England. December 2003

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