Dr Jerry Goo Tiong Thye

Institution
Khoo Teck Puat Hospital

Designation
Consultant, General Surgery

Credentials
MB BCh BAO, MRCS (Edin), MMed (Gen Surg), FRCS (Edin)

Specialty
General Surgery

Clinical Interests
Breast Surgery, Trauma Surgery

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Dr Jerry Goo is a specialist breast surgeon, trauma and general surgeon. He has a special interest in oncoplastic breast surgery and trauma surgery. He graduated from the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland Medical School. He then completed his basic and advanced general surgery training in Singapore.

After having obtained his FRCS (Edinburgh) and specialist accreditation, he went to Westmead Breast Cancer Institute and Westmead Trauma Centre in Sydney for his post-fellowship training. He is also actively involved in teaching medical students and trainees.

Khoo Teck Puat Hospital

Khoo Teck Puat Hospital (KTPH), a 795-bed general and acute care hospital, opened in June 2010. Serving more than 550,000 people living in the northern sector of Singapore, KTPH combines medical expertise with high standards of personalised care, set within a healing environment, to provide care that is good enough for our own loved ones.

From intuitive way finding to logical clustering of services, KTPH's design is focused on providing a comfortable and hassle-free experience for patients. The building has garnered numerous awards for its green and energy efficient design, with wards that have views of greenery and naturally cool air. KTPH also provides a wide range of outpatient specialist services.

KTPH is part of Yishun Health, a network of medical institutions and health facilities under the National Healthcare Group in the north of Singapore, which also includes Admiralty Medical Centre, Yishun Community Hospital and extensions such as Wellness Kampung.

For more information about Khoo Teck Puat Hospital, click here.

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