Dr Bertha Woon (General Surgeon) on Medical Records and Risk Management – be sunk or saved by them
Dr Teoh Ming Keng ( Head of Medical Services ) at MPS UK on Curative Radiotherapy for Gynaecological Cancers: Advanced Technologies to Improve Outcomes and Minimize Toxicities
Topic 1: Medical Records and Risk Management - be sunk or saved by them
Dr Bertha Woon – General Surgeon | MBBS (Singapore), MRCS (Edinburgh), MMed (Surgery) (Singapore), FRCSEd (General Surgery (Edinburgh), FAMS (Surgery) (Singapore), DELF (Paris), GDTI (NTU Singapore), JD (SMU Singapore)
Dr Bertha Woon Yng Yng is a general surgeon in private practice at Gleneagles Medical Centre since 2005. Her interest is in breast surgery. She also graduated from Singapore Management University School of Law with a Juris Doctor degree. She was called to the Singapore Bar in 2013. She is an Associate Mediator for the Singapore mediation centre. She is an Associate of the Medical Protection Society.
Topic 2: Curative Radiotherapy for Gynaecological Cancers: Advanced Technologies to Improve Outcomes and Minimize Toxicities
Dr Teoh Ming Keng – Head of Medical Services (Asia) @ MPS UK | LLM, MBChB, FRCSE, FRCS, ChM, MSc (Health Management), MFFLM
Dr Teoh is Head of Medical Services (Asia) at MPS. He graduated in Medicine from Bristol University. After surgical training in the UK he worked in the Kuala Lumpur General Hospital for over 5 years as a vascular surgeon and then Associate Professor in the National University of Malaysia (UKM). He was awarded ChM by Bristol University based on his research thesis on antioxidants and arterial disease in 1994. He then joined Singapore General Hospital as Senior Consultant and Director of the Vascular Surgery Unit until 2004 when he completed his MSc in Health Management at the Imperial College Business School (London) and joined MPS as a medicolegal adviser. He obtained his LLM in medical law from Cardiff University and was appointed to his current position as Head of Medical Services (Asia) at MPS in 2008.