Dr. Leong Hoe Nam specialises in the diagnosis and treatment of a wide range of complex infectious diseases. He provides comprehensive treatment to patients with HIV, tuberculosis, multi-drug resistant organisms, and surgical complications, especially transplant patients.
Dr. Leong graduated from the National University of Singapore with an MBBS and Masters in Internal Medicine. He then pursued his specialist training at the Royal Free and University College Medical School in London and research fellowship at the University of Columbia in New York, United States.
Upon his return to Singapore, he joined Singapore General Hospital as a consultant infectious disease specialist. He was also a clinical tutor at Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine and faculty member at Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School.
Aside from his private practice at Mount Elizabeth Novena Hospital, he also serves as a visiting consultant to Singapore General Hospital, Dover Park Hospice, and the National Cancer Centre Singapore.
Singapore Medical Group Limited (SMG) is a fast-growing public-listed healthcare organisation which strives to innovate and build on a vision of providing evidencebased healthcare services through its Centres of Excellence, with the resolute aim to deliver the highest quality of care matched with stringent management and clinical standards. The Group has a wide network of subsidiaries and partners in Singapore and overseas that continue to break new grounds in the provision of healthcare services. Incorporated in 2005, SMG received its ISO quality management system certification from Swiss, American and United Kingdom accreditation bodies, and this strongly attests to international quality standards.
Rophi Clinic is a general medical clinic that specialises in wound and stoma care, vaccinations, and infectious diseases. The clinic is helmed by Dr. Leong Hoe Nam, a consultant infectious disease physician and an adjunct assistant professor at Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School. He has more than 20 years of specialist practice experience and had been directly involved in the care of transplant patients, individuals with multi-drug resistant organisms, AIDS, viral infections, tuberculosis, HIV, surgical complications, fungal infections, and complex medical problems. He completed his Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) at the National University of Singapore and obtained both his Master of Medicine and membership of the Royal College of Physicians of the United Kingdom in 2001. He then pursued his advanced specialist training in infectious diseases and interest in virology at the Royal Free and University College Medical School in London as well as his training in emerging pathogens at the University of Columbia in New York, USA.