Doctors Famous Doctors from Singapore

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List of the notable or famous Doctors who are citizens of Singapore, with photos, including famous Doctors born in Singapore and even some Doctors who immigrated to Singapore. Doctors are among the most prominent in their field and data about the Doctors from Singapore is included when available. This list can help answer the question "who are the most famous Doctors from Singapore?" List features Benjamin Henry Sheares, Richard Teo and more. (11 People)
Benjamin Sheares is listed (or ranked) 1 on the list Famous Doctors from Singapore
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Benjamin Henry Sheares, GCB, was the second President of Singapore. ...more on Wikipedia

Age: Dec. at 74 (1907-1981)

Birthplace: Singapore

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Professor Chao Tzee Cheng was a renowned forensic pathologist in Singapore. Chao was respected for solving several notorious crimes in Singapore, and raised Singapore's level of professionalism in the area of forensics. ...more on Wikipedia

Age: Dec. at 66 (1934-2000)

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Dr. Geh Min is the former President of Nature Society in Singapore. She was formerly a Nominated Member of Parliament from January 2005 to April 2006. Geh is a former student of Methodist Girls' School and Anglo-Chinese School. She is a medicine graduate of the National University of Singapore and works as a consultant ophthalmologist at Mount Elizabeth Medical Centre, and as a visiting consultant at the National Eye Centre and the National University Hospital. She is the granddaughter of philanthropist Lee Kong Chian. In December 2004, Geh was appointed as a Nominated Member of Parliament. In 2006, Geh was one of the three recipients of the inaugural President's Award for the Environment, ...more on Wikipedia

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Keith Goh is listed (or ranked) 4 on the list Famous Doctors from Singapore
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Dr. Keith Goh is a neurosurgeon from Singapore. Dr Goh became known for leading an international medical and surgical team that was the first to attempt the separation of adult conjoined twins, the Bijani twins, who were joined at the head. The operation, carried out in Raffles Hospital in 2003, was unsuccessful in that both Ladan and Laleh Bijani did not survive the procedure. They died shortly after separation. However, they were mourned for their courage and bravery in going forward with the chance to be separated even though it had a 50-50 risk. Dr Goh has also lead similar surgical teams in separating 2 other sets of conjoined twins,one set joined at the head and the other, at the ...more on Wikipedia

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