Adjunct Associate Professor Wong Teck Yee (MBBS, M.Med Family Medicine, MPH) is a Senior Consultant Family Physician in the Dept of Continuing & Community Care, Tan Tock Seng Hospital. Prior to this, he was a Consultant Family Physician in the Division of Family Medicine at the National University Hospital and also Assistant Professor in Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine in the National University of Singapore (NUS). He completed his MBBS, Masters in Family Medicine and Masters in Public Health from NUS.
After completing his Family Medicine training, Prof Wong worked in Choa Chu Kang Polyclinic initially as a Family Physician and then as the Head & Senior Family Physician. In 2005 he was awarded the Human Manpower Development Programme fellowship to Monash University for general practice teaching and improvement of preventive health in the primary-care setting.
Prof Wong joined NUS as an Assistant Professor in Family Medicine in 2006. He was the Family Medicine Undergraduate Education Director and coordinator for the “Communication with Patients” module and was also a member of the Phase III Curriculum Review Committee. He is an examiner for the NUS Graduate Diploma and Masters of Family Medicine programmes and a member of the Family Medicine Residency Advisory Committee and the National Undergraduate Curriculum Committee.
Prof Wong remains in active clinical practice, working part-time as a Family Physician in a polyclinic. He has more than 10 articles in peer-reviewed journals and has contributed to Disease Management Guidelines of the National Healthcare Group. Prof Wong actively participates in both local and international conferences, with numerous oral and poster presentations. He is an invited reviewer for Annals Academy of Medicine Singapore, Singapore Medical Journal, BMC Public Health, BMC Medical Education and BMC Infectious Diseases.