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Our Team

At Raffles Chinese Medicine, our physicians are trained to manage a range of medical conditions in the areas of Internal Medicine, Dermatology, Gynaecology, Paediatrics and Orthopaedics. They graduated from established TCM education institutions in Singapore and China. All are registered with the TCM Practitioners Board of Singapore.

In line with the Raffles Group Practice philosophy, our physicians work as a team to share collective experience and build team competence to treat more complex medical conditions in key areas of clinical interests. These include Women’s Health and Fertility, Pain Management, Sub-Health Management and Cancer Complementary Care. We aim to deepen and expand these areas to meet the growing needs of our patients.

We also work closely with western medical specialists and doctors to co-manage patients. This model allows us to offer patients the best of east and west in accordance to the needs of the patients’ present condition.

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Consultant TCM Physician
Traditional Chinese Medicine 

• Master of Medicine in Chinese Medicine, Beijing University of Chinese Medicine
• Bachelor of Medicine,  Inner Mongolia Medical University
• Diploma in Traditional Chinese Medicine, Singapore College of Traditional Chinese Medicine
• Registered with the TCM Practitioners Board, Singapore

Clinical Interests

Internal medicine; Pain Management; Sub-health Management; Paediatrics; Rhinitis 

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Physician Miao Meng graduated from Inner Mongolia Medical College in 1991 as a western medical doctor. She served in Beijing Ye-Jin Hospital, the 3rd Affiliated Hospital to Beijing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, specialising in Internal Medicine. She became a registered TCM Physician in Singapore in 2006 and had practised in Singapore since then.

Physician Miao's special interests are in the use of acupuncture and herbal medicine to treat conditions in digestive system disorders (including gastritis, dyspepsia, diarrhoea,  and constipation), neurological conditions (including headache, migraine, vertigo, chronic fatigue and insomnia), cardiovascular health (including palpitation, cardio-neurosis and angina pectoris), allergy (including rhinitis and hives), respiratory conditions (including cough and asthma), pain Management, paediatrics (including repeated colds and loss of appetite) and sub-health management to promote general well-being.
Zhao Xu HongTCM Physician
Traditional Chinese Medicine
• Bachelor of Medicine, Inner Mongolia Medical University
• Diploma in Traditional Chinese Medicine, Singapore College of Traditional Chinese Medicine
• Registered with the TCM Practitioners Board, Singapore

Clinical Interests

Internal medicine, Women’s Health and Fertility, Pain Management

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Physician Zhao graduated from Inner Mongolia Medical University in 1987 as a western medical doctor. She served as a resident physician and physician leader in the Traditional Chinese Medicine Hospital of Yuhuatai District, Nanjing City for 11 years, where she specialised in Obstetrics and Gynaecology. She graduated from the Singapore College of Traditional Chinese Medicine and became a registered TCM Physician in 2007.

Physician Zhao’s clinical focus is in the use of herbal medicine to improve women's health and treat gynaecological conditions, including irregular menstruation, pre-menstrual stress, cramps, endometriosis, fibroids, infertility and menopause. She also provides acupuncture and herbal medicine to treat other conditions that include gastritis, fatty liver and hypertension.
Chew-Hong GianTCM Physician
Traditional Chinese Medicine 
• Bachelor of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine
• Graduate Certificate in Traditional Chinese Medicine, Singapore College of Traditional Chinese Medicine
• Registered with the TCM Practitioners Board, Singapore



Clinical Interests

Pain management; Sub-health management; Weight management

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Physician Chew Hong Gian graduated from Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine and Singapore College of TCM in 2013. He became a Registered TCM Physician in the same year. His 5-year training equipped him with both TCM theory and treatment methods, and culminated in a clinical attachment at the Jiangsu Provincial Hospital in Nanjing, China.

His special interests are in the use of acupuncture and herbal medicine for pain management of conditions such as chronic arthritis, spondylosis, carpal tunnel syndrome and sciatica. For elderly patients, he couples pain management with other treatment techniques to improve their mobility, digestion and mental well-being. Physician Chew also works with executives to manage weight and bodily disorders arising from stress and chronic fatigue, such as recurrent headaches, cough, poor digestion, insomnia and mood disorders.
ms-tan-weii-zhuTCM Physician 
Traditional Chinese Medicine
• Master of Medicine in Chinese Medicine, Beijing University of Chinese Medicine
• Bachelor of Medicine in Chinese Medicine, Beijing University of Chinese Medicine
• Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Biomedical Sciences, Nanyang Technological University
• Registered with the TCM Practitioners Board, Singapore


Clinical Interests

Internal Medicine; Pain management; Dermatology; Women's health

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Physician Tan graduated from the pioneer batch of the joint double degree programme in Chinese Medicine and Biomedical Sciences by Nanyang Technological University and Beijing University of Chinese Medicine (BUCM) in 2010. She was registered as a TCM Physician in the same year. In 2011, Physician Tan was awarded a scholarship from the China Scholarship Council. She graduated with a Master degree in TCM in 2014. Physician Tan's clinical training includes attachment to BUCM's affiliated Dongfang Hospital and Guo Yi Tang Outpatient Clinic. Extensive training in Rheumatology and other Internal Medicine departments has provided her with exposure to TCM and Conventional Medicine treatment methods.

Physician Tan's clinical interests lie in the use of herbal medication and acupuncture for pain management, including the treatment of rheumatologic diseases such as osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, gout and Sjogren's syndrome. She also deals with dermatological conditions (psoriasis, hives, and eczema) and women's health problems (menstrual irregularities, menopause). Her interests in other areas include digestive problems, cardiovascular diseases, respiratory conditions, endocrine disorders and neurological problems.
Zhang Wei NaTCM Physician 
Traditional Chinese Medicine
• Bachelor of Clinical Medicine, Yanbian University Medical College
• Graduate Certificate in Traditional Chinese Medicine, Singapore College of Traditional Chinese Medicine
• Registered with the TCM Practitioners Board, Singapore


Clinical Interests

Women's Health; Pain Management; Internal Medicine; Sub-health; Dermatology

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Physician Zhang Wei Na graduated from YanBian University Medical College in 2002 as a western medical doctor. She served in Shanghai No. 6 People’s Hospital, the 3rd Affiliated Hospital to Shanghai Jiaotong University, specialising in Obstetrics and Gynaecology. She became a registered TCM Physician in Singapore in 2013, and had practised in Singapore since then.

Physician Zhang's special interests are in the use of acupuncture and herbal medicine to treat infertility and gynaecological conditions (including miscarriage, dysmenorrhea, uterine fibroids, endometriosis, menopausal syndrome, assisted reproductive therapies), digestive system disorders (including gastritis, dyspepsia, diarrhoea  and constipation), neurological conditions (including headache, migraine, vertigo, chronic fatigue and insomnia), cardiovascular health (including palpitation, cardio-neurosis and angina pectoris), allergy (including rhinitis and hives), respiratory conditions (including cough and asthma), pain management, and sub-health management to promote general well-being.

Madam Leong Yuet ChengTCM Physician
Traditional Chinese Medicine
• Diploma in Traditional Chinese Medicine, Singapore College of Traditional Chinese Medicine
• Registered with the TCM Practitioners Board, Singapore



Clinical Interests

Women's Health; Pain Management; Respiratory Conditions; Internal Medicine; Digestive System Disorders

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Physician Leong Yuet Cheng graduated from Singapore College of TCM in 2008 and became a Registered TCM Physician in the same year.  She started practising in 2009.

Physician Leong’s clinical interests are in the use of acupuncture and herbal medicine to treat women’s health (irregular menstruation, menstrual cramps and menopause), respiratory conditions (cough & cold), digestive system disorders (gastritis, diarrhea & constipation), neurological conditions (headache, anxiety & insomnia), allergy (rhinitis & sinusitis) and pain management.

Ms Chua Hui ZiTCM Physician
Traditional Chinese Medicine
• Master of Medicine in TCM Internal Medicine, Tianjin University of Traditional Chinese Medicine
• Bachelor of Medicine in Chinese Medicine, Beijing University of Chinese Medicine
• Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Biomedical Sciences, Nanyang Technological University
• Registered with the TCM Practitioners Board, Singapore

Clinical Interests

Internal Medicine; Nephrology; Pain Management; Women’s Health; Neurological Conditions

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Physician Chua Hui Zi graduated from the joint double degree programme in Chinese Medicine and Biomedical Sciences offered by Nanyang Technological University and Beijing University of Chinese Medicine in 2011. She became a registered TCM Physician in the same year and volunteered at Kwong Wai Shiu Hospital till 2012.

Physician Chua was awarded a scholarship by the China Scholarship Council to pursue a Master’s Degree in TCM Internal Medicine from Tianjin University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in 2012. As part of her clinical training, she served in Beijing’s Dong Fang Hospital, Tianjin’s first affiliated teaching hospital and Guo Yi Tang Clinic.

Her clinical interest lies in the use of acupuncture and herbal medicine to treat Kidney Conditions (including diabetic nephropathy, chronic nephritis, chronic kidney failure and IgA nephropathy); Neurological Conditions (including stroke, facial paralysis rehabilitation, tinnitus, dizziness, migraines and torticollis); Endocrine Disorders (including diabetes, gout and high cholesterol disorder); Women’s Health (including menstrual irregularities, dysmenorrhea, amenorrhea, menopause); and Pain Management.

Ms Ho Chin EeTCM Physician
Traditional Chinese Medicine
• Master of Medicine in Chinese Medicine, Beijing University of Chinese Medicine
• Bachelor of Medicine in Chinese Medicine, Beijing University of Chinese Medicine
• Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Biomedical Sciences, Nanyang Technological University
• Registered with the TCM Practitioners Board, Singapore

Clinical Interests

Gastrointestinal diseases, Internal Medicine, Women's health, Paediatrics, Sub-health management, Pain management

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Physician Ho Chin Ee graduated with a Double Degree B.Sc. (Hons) in Biomedical Sciences & B.Medicine (Chinese Medicine) in 2010 as part of the inaugural batch pursuing the double degree programme jointly offered by Nanyang Technological University and Beijing University of Chinese Medicine (BUCM). She became a registered TCM physician in the same year. 

After gaining three years of clinical experience, her passion for continuous learning drove her to further her studies full time in 2013. She was awarded a full government scholarship from the China Scholarship Council to specialise in Internal Medicine at BUCM’s affiliated Dongfang Hospital, where her clinical skills were enhanced. 

Physician Ho’s clinical interest lies in using acupuncture and herbal medicine to treat conditions in digestive system disorders (including gastroesophageal reflux disease, gastritis, dyspepsia, and irritable bowel syndrome), general internal medicine (including diseases of respiratory, cardiovascular and nervous systems), women’s health (including dysmenorrhea, irregular menstruation cycles, premenstrual syndrome, menopausal syndrome, infertility), dermatology (including hives, eczema, acne), paediatrics (including repeated colds and loss of appetite), pain management, and sub-health management.