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Dr Geoffrey Sithamparapillai Samuel

Dr Geoffrey Sithamparapillai Samuel

​MBBS (S'pore); MRCP (UK)

Head & Senior Consultant

Singapore General Hospital

Specialty: Rehabilitation Medicine

Clinical Interest: Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation Medicine

Conditions Treated by this Doctor:
Botulinum Toxin Injection (Botox), Joint Aspirations and Intra-articular Drug Injections.

Clinical Appointments

  • Head & Senior Consultant Rehabilitation Medicine Singapore General HospitalSingapore General Hospital


​Dr Geoffrey Samuel is a Senior Consultant with the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine at the Singapore General Hospital, he is also the head of department since Jan 2022.


  • Registered Specialist in Rehabilitation Medicine, Singapore Medical Council, November 2014 
  • Member, Royal College of Physicians (UK), October 2011 
  • Internal Medicine Basic Specialist Training May 2008- May 2011 
  • MBBS, National University of Singapore, 2004

Professional Appointments and Committee Memberships


  • SGH Service quality commendations Nov 11, Dec 2011 and May 2012, November 2012 and July 2013. 
  • Singapore Health Service Quality Award (Silver) 2014. 
  • Dean’s Award for Teaching Excellence (Clinical Faculty Scheme) (AY12/13)- NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine.

Research Interests


  • Samuel GS, Choo M, Chan WY, Kok S, Ng YS. On the use of virtual reality based therapy to augment post-stroke upper limb recovery: a case study. In press. Singapore Med J. 
  • Samuel GS, YS Ng. A Case Report On The Use of An Acetylcholinesterase Inhibitor (Donepezil) in Traumatic Brain Injury. Medical Journal of Malaysia. Med J Malaysia Vol 68 No 4 August 2013. 
  • YS Ng, E Chew, GS Samuel, YL Tan, KH Kong. Advances in Rehabilitation Medicine. Singapore Med J 2013; 54(10) ):538-51: 1-14 doi:10.11622/smedj
Grants and Research Projects
  • SingHealth Academic Clinical Programme "Pitch For Funds" Award. SGD$20,000 from July 2013 to August 2014 for "Combinational Rehabilitation and Functional Imaging of Patients Recovering From Motor Stroke" project. Research ongoing.

Research Trials