Dr. Chua Seng Keong’s Cardiology Clinic is conveniently located at Ramsay Sime Darby Health Care, an award-winning private tertiary care hospital in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The hospital is renowned for its advanced technologies, state-of-the-art facilities, and quality diagnostics, to which Dr. Chua Seng Keong’s Cardiology Clinic has easy access to.
Dr. Chua Seng Keong is a highly experienced cardiologist and is one of less than 50 doctors in Malaysia with expertise in multi-modality imaging (cardiac MRI), a noninvasive method of evaluating heart function. He is also an expert in the diagnosis and treatment of various cardiovascular diseases with emphasis on optimising medical therapy. He helps patients get through life-changing procedures by offering basic and advanced life support, central line insertion, temporary and permanent pacemaker insertions, transoesophageal echocardiography, and transthoracic echocardiography, among others.
Dr. Chua completed his MBBS degree from Kasturba Medical College (India). He then pursued his fellowship training at the National Heart Association of Malaysia as well as his cardiac MRI accreditation at the Society of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance (USA).
Prior to setting up his own practice, Dr. Chua served at various hospitals in Malaysia and Australia, including:
- Cardiology fellow, Sarawak General Hospital
- Interventional and Cardiac MRI Fellow, Royal Adelaide Hospital (Australia)
- Consultant cardiologist and head of medical department, Ramsay Sime Darby Medical Centre – Park City and Ara Damansara
Dr. Chua Seng Keong is an experienced cardiologist specialising in the assessment, prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of various cardiovascular diseases such as acute and chronic heart failure, cardiomyopathy, coronary artery disease, heart conduction blocks, hypercholesterolemia, and valvular heart disease. He has over 18 years of experience and is an expert in cardiac MRI, a noninvasive method of evaluating heart function. He served as an Interventional and Cardiac MRI Fellow at Royal Adelaide Hospital (Australia) for one year.