Harley Street Heart and Cancer Centre is a private, world-class medical facility that specializes in providing comprehensive, holistic treatment for a wide range of heart conditions and cancers. Its key mission is to provide the best possible care by using the latest, most advanced technologies and breakthrough techniques. The clinic is staffed by world-renowned cancer and heart specialists who received training in leading medical schools around the world, including the United Kingdom, Australia, the United States, and Canada.
The clinic’s cardiac services include comprehensive cardiac screening packages and a complete range of diagnostic procedures. The clinic’s heart specialists provide treatments such as catheter ablation for the treatment of cardiac arrhythmias, pacemaker and device implantation, and coronary angiography and stent insertion, among others. All procedures are performed in accordance with internationally accepted standards as the clinic is deeply committed to providing caring, safe, and professional services to its patients.
The clinic also provides comprehensive cancer treatment programs using a multidisciplinary approach that involves surgeons, chemotherapy and radiotherapy doctors, nurses, and other healthcare professionals. It is fully equipped to provide systemic chemotherapy, targeted therapy, supportive medicine, and cancer screening, among others.
<p>Dr. Reginald Liew finished his Bachelors and Masters Degree with highest distinction at the prestigious Cambridge University in the United Kingdom in 1994 and 1998. He trained at the United Medical and Dental Schools of Guy’s and St. Thomas Hospitals in London, after which he became an honorary member and fellow of the Royal College of Physicians. He finished his cardiology training at the Royal Brompton Hospital in London. He then completed his sub-specialty training on cardiac arrhythmias at St. George’s and St. Bartholomew’s Hospital, two hospitals notable for their highest volume of heart rhythm cases. </p> <p>Due to his extensive training and contributions to research in the UK, he became a fellow of the European Society of Cardiology in 2010 and American College of Cardiology in 2012. He was also appointed as Consultant Cardiologist and Senior Consultant at the National Health Center Singapore in 2008 and 2012, respectively. He now practices at Harley Street Clinic Singapore.</p> <p>Dr. Liew is a recognized cardiologist both regionally and internationally, as he is one of the few experts in the field of heart rhythm problems, specializing in cardiac electrophysiology (EP) procedures. He is fully-trained and experienced in all forms of invasive EP procedures, including breakthrough catheter ablation using conventional and 3D-mapping, as well as cardiac pacemakers and cardiac device implantation, implantable cardioverter defibrillators (ICD) and cardiac resynchronization therapy (CRT) devices. </p> <p>Dr. Liew has also mentored many cardiologists in the UK, Singapore and surrounding regions in performing EP procedures. He holds an academic position at the Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School in Singapore, where he organizes cardiovascular courses for medical students.</p>
<p>Dr. Rohit Khurana is a senior consultant general and interventional cardiologist with over 20 years of practice experience. He is the director of The Harley Street Heart and Cancer Centre at Gleneagles Hospital and Mount Elizabeth Novena Hospital in Singapore. </p> <p>His subspecialty interests lie in the diagnosis and treatment of <a href="http://www.docdoc.com/info/condition/coronary-artery-disease">coronary artery disease</a> and resistant hypertension. He is certified in invasive cardiology (UK) and fully trained in complex coronary intervention. </p> <p>His services include implantable loop recorder implantation, instant wave-free assessment, intravascular imaging, right heart catheterisation, and renal denervation for the treatment of resistant hypertension. He also performs myocardial biopsy, temporary pacing wires, treadmill tests, ambulatory blood pressure monitoring, tilts tests, transthoracic echo, and nuclear cardiology. </p> <p>He completed his medical degree at Oxford University and training in general medicine, cardiology, and coronary intervention at various teaching hospitals in London, including the Royal Brompton and Harefield NHS Trust, Royal Free Hospital NHS Trust, St. Mary’s Hospital NHS Trust, King’s College Hospital, and St. Thomas’ Hospital NHS Trust. He completed his interventional cardiology and cardiac CT fellowship at Vancouver General Hospital in Canada.</p> <p>Dr. Khurana was a cardiology research fellow at BHF Rayne Institute (London) and Fulbright scholar at the Angiogenesis Research Centre in the United States. He is a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians of the United Kingdom (FRCP), European Society of Cardiology (FESC), and American College of Cardiology (FACC). </p> <p>Prior to joining The Harley Street Heart and Cancer Centre in 2012, he served as a consultant interventional cardiologist at the National Heart Centre and visiting cardiologist at Changi General Hospital. He was also an assistant professor at Duke-NUS.</p>
<p>Dr. Peter Ting graduated from the National University of Singapore where he completed his degree in medicine. Following his graduation in 1999, he pursued higher learning and completed his internal medicine training, paving the way for him to become a Member of the Royal College of Physicians in the UK in 2002. He also completed a specialty training in general cardiology at the National Heart Centre in Singapore. He then received scholarships to train in preventive cardiology and cardiac rehabilitation as well as advanced adult echocardiography at the Mazankowski Alberta Heart Institute (MAHI) in Canada. His training has equipped him with in-depth knowledge and skills to improve the accuracy of assessing heart function and diagnosing artery narrowing without using ionizing radiation. He also gained expertise in using newer 3-D echocardiography techniques in surgical and minimally invasive treatments. </p> <p>Upon his return to Singapore, Dr. Ting joined the National Heart Centre and became a part of the team that pioneered the mitraclip implantation in the treatment of mitral valve regurgitation. In 2012, he received another training grant that sent him to the prestigious Harvard University in the US where he pursued his Masters in Public Health.</p> <p>Prior to joining the Harley Street Center, Dr. Ting was an adjunct assistant professor at the Duke-NUS graduate medical school, a senior clinical tutor at Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, and core faculty for the Singhealth cardiology residency program at Singapore General Hospital. Due to his exceptional educational and training background as well as numerous achievements, Dr. Ting is considered an authority in his field. His research has been published in peer-reviewed journals and presented at both local and international scientific meetings. </p> <p>Dr. Ting is a certified clinical exercise specialist by the American College of Sports Medicine. He is also board certified in cardiovascular computed tomography, also in the United States. He is a Fellow of the American College of Cardiology, the ASEAN College of Cardiology, and the Academy of Medicine, Singapore.</p>
<p>Dr. Sue Lo Soon Kien is a medical oncologist at The Harley Street Clinic in Singapore. She is part of the team that specialises in the diagnosis and treatment of breast, gynaecological, and gastrointestinal cancers.</p> <p>Dr. Lo graduated from Sheffield Medical School in England with her medical degree. She completed her post-graduate training in London and specialist training in oncology at The Royal Marsden Hospital. She obtained her membership of the Royal College of Physicians of the United Kingdom (MRCP) in 1997. She was then awarded the Sabah State Government Scholarship and Medical Defence Union Elective Bursary. </p> <p>Prior to joining The Harley Street Clinic, she served as a senior consultant at Singapore National Cancer Centre. She is also the former chair of Singapore National Cancer Centre’s chemotherapy safety control committee. </p> <p>Dr. Lo is a member of the American and Singapore Societies of Oncology.</p>
<p>Dr. Sriram Narayanan is a senior consultant vascular and endovascular surgeon currently practicing at The Harley Street Heart and Cancer Centre located at Gleneagles Hospital, Singapore. He is also an adjunct assistant professor at the Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine and the Southeast Asian trainer for venous stenting, intravascular ultrasound, and aortic surgery. Aside from vascular and endovascular surgery, he also has subspecialty interests in advanced venous intervention and <a href="http://www.docdoc.com/info/condition/wound-care">wound care</a>. </p> <p>Dr. Narayanan completed both his medical and master of surgery degrees in India. Following his graduation, he pursued his advanced training in gastrointestinal, thoracic, and hepatobiliary surgery in Liverpool and Cornwall in the United Kingdom. He also spent two years in Nottingham for his transplantation research. In 2002, he pursued his subspecialty training in vascular surgery after he was selected for the All Wales Higher Surgical Training Programme in Cardiff as well as his vascular fellowship at the Imperial College London. </p> <p>Dr. Narayanan then joined the University Hospital of North Staffordshire as a consultant vascular surgeon before he moved to Singapore in March 2011 to join Tan Tock Seng Hospital as a consultant vascular surgeon. </p> <p>To date, Dr. Narayanan has published on topics that include vascular access, vascular and endovascular surgery, and transplantation in International Journal of Surgery. </p> <p>He is a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of Glasgow and Royal College of Surgeons of the United Kingdom (General Surgery).</p>