ANNOUNCEMENT: Phoenix Medical Group is now a Healthier SG Clinic! | Bivalent Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine available at PMG Seletar clinic from 12 Dec 2022
The idea for Phoenix Medical Group took form in early 2011. It was then decided that a group practice would be able to cater to a wider range of patients.
Phoenix Medical Group now employs over 25 staff across 4 well located clinics around Singapore, catering to a diverse mix of patients.
A focus on primary prevention and vaccination, aiming to empower patients to take charge of their own health with their doctors as counselors and mentors.
We believe quality care trumps quantity and ensure that our doctors and patients alike have sufficient time to go through their medical issues, and have carefully curated our list of third party administrator healthcare providers whom we work with.
To embrace holistic care, the Group is now part of a larger ecosystem under the Livingstone Health umbrella.
Dr Chua Hshan Cher graduated from the National University of Singapore in 2003 and completed his hospitalread more
Dr Lee Kai Lun emerged from the same batch as Dr Chua with his Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery ...read more
Dr Foong Ching Ching Angela graduated from the National University of Singapore in 2004 ...read more
Dr Meera Ravindran graduated from the National University of Singapore in 2011 and did rotations in ...read more
Dr Cheryl Lin graduated from the University of New South Wales. She has also completed a Masters ...read more
Dr Rick Chan graduated from Faculty of Medicine, National University of Singapore(NUS), in 2003. He ...read more
Dr Chua Hshan Cher graduated from the National University of Singapore in 2003 and completed his hospital rotations in various departments including internal medicine, adult and pediatric emergency, dermatology, family medicine and psychiatry.
He had a stint at the National Skin Center which piqued his interest in dermatology, which he pursued by completing a 1 year postgraduate Diploma of Dermatology in world renowned Cardiff University in 2011.
He enjoys good rapport with patients young and old and is equally at ease with the 3month old infant or 75-year old septugenerian.
Dr. Chua is based at Phoenix Medical’s Seletar branch
Dr Lee Kai Lun emerged from the same batch as Dr Chua with his Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery in 2003 and spent five full years in restructured hospitals with their various departments and polyclinic.
Having seen the complications of poorly treated chronic conditions in both primary and tertiary care centre spurred him to complete his Graduate Diploma of Family Medicine in 2011 and emphasise the importance of primary prevention to his patients.
“PREVENTION IS BETTER THAN CURE” – hence, Dr. Lee believes strongly in preventive health screening as an essential tool in early detection of chronic diseases. Dr. Lee also has a special interest in Men’s Health and is currently anchoring Phoenix Medical Group’s Men’s Health service.
He acknowledges that Men’s Health has not been given adequate attention. Conditions such as Erectile Dysfunction, Premature Ejaculation and Testosterone Deficiency although not life threatening if treated can help men restore their vitality and self confidence.
Dr. Lee is based at Phoenix Medical’s Seletar branch
Dr Foong Ching Ching Angela graduated from the National University of Singapore in 2004 and did her hospital rotations in several restructured hospitals with their various departments including Internal medicine, Cardiology, Dermatology, Geriatric medicine, Paediatric medicine and General surgery.
She left for private practice in 2009. Dr Angela Foong is comfortable in handling both the young and old patients in view of her previous hospital postings.
She has also established good rapport with her patients over the past few years of private practice.
Dr Angela Foong obtained her Graduate Diploma of Family Medicine in 2011.
She is based at Phoenix Medical (Paya Lebar)
Dr Meera Ravindran graduated from the National University of Singapore in 2011 and did rotations in
Neonatology, Renal Medicine, Accident and Emergency and Anesthesia.
She subsequently entered postgraduate Family Medicine Training and graduated with a Masters of Medicine in Family Medicine from the National University of Singapore in 2017.
She has enjoyed work in many different settings including hospital care, hospice care, home care and various polyclinics.
Her passion lies in the prevention and treatment of chronic diseases such as diabetes and hypertension, caring for children throughout their stages of development and maintaining the health of seniors.
She is comfortable speaking basic Mandarin, Malay, Tamil and of course, English.
In her free time, she enjoys running, reading and spending time with her husband and retired service dog, Ajax.
She is based in Phoenix Medical Group (Hillview)
Dr Cheryl Lin graduated from the University of New South Wales. She has also completed a Masters of Family Medicine at NUS.
During her training in Family Medicine, she had the opportunity to serve in unique rotations such as home based palliative care and transitional care, as well as core rotations in Paediatrics, Gynaecology, General Medicine and Surgery.
During her time in Polyclinic, she pursued her special interest in Geriatrics as a member of the Geriatrics workgroup and has been trained in caring for patients with memory impairment. She championed improvements in acute care for patients with asthma to ensure timely review in clinic. She has a passion for education of patients with severe and complex Diabetes Mellitus and was involved in the set up and running of a Diabetic Clinic.
She was also involved as a trainer in Women’s Health and contraception. She offers unique contraceptive options at our Novena branch including the IUCD.
Cheryl has a publication in Geriatrics which examines the pathophysiology of delirium and was working on a project in patients with diabetes while in the polyclinic.
In her free time Cheryl does aerial acrobatics and is an Asia Pacific champion in her category.
Dr Rick Chan graduated from Faculty of Medicine, National University of Singapore(NUS), in 2003. He subsequently worked in various departments at KK Women’s & Children’s Hospital, Singapore General Hospital, Institute of Mental Health, SingHealth Polyclinics and Ministry of Health before joining the private sector.
Dr Chan has an interest in Family & Occupational Medicine.
He has vast experience in managing the medical services for MNCs operating in the aviation and semi-conductor sectors.
Dr Chan has been leading the SingHealth Regional Primary Care Network(PCN) as its Clinical Lead since it started in 2018. He was awarded the Public Service Medal for his outstanding COVID-19 contributions in leading the SingHealth PCN.
MBBS, GDFM, GDOM