ACE Urology Clinic offers complete urology care to both local patients and medical travelers in Singapore. It is fully equipped to screen, diagnose, and treat both common and complex urological disorders and conditions including haematuria (blood in urine), urinary tract infections, sexually transmitted diseases, male andropause, male sexual dysfunction, and urological cancers. Many of these conditions are treated using non-surgical or minimally invasive techniques including endoscopic and robot-assisted surgery. The clinic takes advantage of new methods and technologies to improve patient outcomes and experience.
One of the clinic’s urologists is Dr. Ong Chin Hu. His qualifications include:
- MBBS (with honours), New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
- Completed basic surgical training at Royal Australasian College of Surgeons in 2001
- Completed advanced surgical urology training at Alexandra Hospital and the National University Hospital in Singapore
- Recipient of the prestigious European Board of Urology book prize and College of Surgeon’s Gold Medal Award
- Completed fellowship training in uro-oncology and reconstructive urology at Bern University Hospital (Switzerland) under distinguished urologist, Professor Urs Studer
- Completed advanced laparoscopic and robotic uro-oncology training at Kobe University Hospital in Japan under Professor Masato Fujisawa
Dr. Ong, whose areas of specialty include general urology, urological cancers, urinary stone diseases, laparoscopic and minimally invasive urological surgery, male sexual dysfunction, urinary incontinence, and prostate diseases, is a member of the Singapore Urological Association and Fellow of Academy of Medicine (Singapore), European Board of Urology, and Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons (Glasgow).
Dr. Ong Chin Hu is a urologist with over 15 years of solid experience. His areas of expertise include general urology, urological cancers, urinary stone diseases, laparoscopic and minimally invasive urological surgery, male sexual dysfunction, urinary incontinence, and prostate diseases. He received training in Japan and Switzerland and has fellowship recognition from various international medical institutions including the European Board of Urology, Academy of Medicine (Singapore), and the Royal College of Surgeons (Glasgow, United Kingdom).