Dr. Yong Jee Kien graduated from Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia where he completed his basic medical degrees. He then went on and pursued his Masters of Medicine in Obstetrics and Gynaecology from the University of Malaya. Following his graduation, he served as a clinical specialist at Hospital Selayang’s O&G department before he joined TMC Fertility & Women's Specialist Centre.
Dr. Yong achieves great satisfaction in helping couples finally conceive, especially after years of trying. One of his career highlights took place in 2007 when he successfully achieved seven consecutive pregnancies in a row.
Fully committed to further improving patient outcomes, Dr. Yong consistently attends relevant seminars and conferences to stay updated with the latest technologies, methods, and techniques in the field of fertility medicine.
TMC Fertility & Women’s Specialist Centre is located at Tropicana Medical Centre in Kota Damansara, Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia. It was established in 2000 and is now recognised as the largest fertility centre in the country. The centre, together with its team of internationally trained fertility specialists, is now working to become the region’s leading fertility centre. TMC boasts 66% pregnancy rate and is fully equipped to handle both simple and complicated cases. It combines advanced medical and technological facilities with medical expertise, excellent nursing care, and quality diagnostics. The centre is accredited by the International Standards Organisation (ISO), the Malaysian Healthcare Travel Council, and the Malaysian Society of Assisted Reproductive Technology. It offers comprehensive fertility services that include natural cycle monitoring, ovulation induction, GIFT (gamete intra-fallopian transfer), assisted hatching, pre-implantation genetic diagnosis (PGD), and surgical sperm retrieval, among others. It is the clinic’s goal to provide patients with individualised treatment and advanced solutions that can significantly increase their chances of finally having a child of their own. Aside from fertility treatments, the clinic also offers general obstetrics and gynaecology services, sperm and embryo freezing and banking, and fertility treatment for patients with cancer, among others.
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TMC Fertility & Women’s Specialist Centre started as a small fertility clinic 20 years ago. Due to its commitment to staying at the forefront of innovation and technology, it has grown into a full-fledged fertility centre that offers a complete range of assisted reproductive technology procedures and a variety of allied services including fertility, dietary, and emotional support counselling. The clinic boasts 66% pregnancy rate, which is comparable to leading fertility centres in Western countries. Driven to become the region’s leading fertility treatment centre, it continuously strives to improve patient outcomes and redefine standards of fertility medicine by investing heavily in advanced medical and technological innovations that are combined with world-class facilities and uncompromised used of high-quality medications. The clinic features world-class IVF laboratories that are fully equipped with sophisticated technologies such as HEPA and carbon filters and infrared technology to ensure microbiological-free environment so harvested eggs, sperm, and embryos are handled in optimal conditions. It also uses remote alarm system with back-up auto-dialer that automatically contacts an embryologist should error messages are detected and top-grade IVF culture dishes that are certified and tested for Mouse Embryo Assay (MEA). It also has Electronic Witnessing System Patient Identification to prevent mix-up of eggs, sperm, and embryos and radiofrequency identification (RFID) ensuring that samples match. Its other advanced technologies include an IVF chamber that keeps the embryos healthy, state-of-the-art cryopreservation system for freezing eggs, sperm, and embryos, and an assisted hatching laser system designed to improve implantation and pregnancy rates.