Dr. Lewis Liew Urology is a specialist clinic at Gleneagles Medical Centre offering comprehensive care for the treatment and management of urological problems that affect both men and women. Its services include urological evaluation, urinary stone treatment, renal access surgery, kidney transplantation, bladder surgery, haemodialysis access surgery, bladder tumour resection, laparoscopic urological surgery, robotic-assisted prostatectomy, and penile cancer surgery, among others.
The clinic is helmed by Dr. Lewis Liew who is driven to provide individualised and evidence-based care using advanced technology. He is a urologist and endourologist with over 11 years of experience. He is credited for establishing National University Hospital’s comprehensive laparoscopic service.
Aside from his private practice, Dr. Liew is also a visiting doctor at the National University Hospital, a fully gazetted kidney transplant surgeon, and a member of Ministry of Health’s national kidney transplant team. He is a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh (FRCS) and Academy of Medicine, Singapore (FAMS). He is trained in endourology and laparoscopy (United Kingdom) and robotic surgery (2006).
Dr. Lewis Liew is a urologist with subspecialty training in endourology. He graduated from the University of Sheffield in the United Kingdom where he completed his medical degree, which was followed by his basic surgical training, also in the UK. After obtaining his surgical fellowship from the Royal College of Surgeons in Edinburgh in 1997, he joined the Singapore’s National University Hospital’s advanced urological training programme in 1998 and subsequently became a Fellow of the Academy of Medicine, Singapore (FAMS). Dr. Liew also completed his robotic surgery training as well as his one-year training in endourology and laparoscopy at St. James’ University Hospital in Leeds, United Kingdom under the mentorship of Dr. Adrian Joyce. Prior to setting up his private practice at Gleneagles Medical Centre, he served at the National University Hospital where he established a comprehensive laparoscopic service in urology. Dr. Liew is a member of the Endoscopic and Laparoscopic Surgeons of Asia, Societe Internationale d’Urologie, and Singapore’s Ministry of Health’s national kidney transplant team. He is also a life member and the current treasurer of the Singapore Urological Association. He is also serving as a visiting doctor at the National University Hospital and is a fully gazetted [kidney transplant](https://www.docdoc.com/info/condition/kidney-transplant) surgeon.