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Adj Assoc Prof Patrick Kok Hong Kheong

Adj Assoc Prof Patrick Kok Hong Kheong

MBBS, DFD (Compressed Air Work), FFARCSI, Fellowship in Intensive Care, Specialist Accreditation in Intensive Care Medicine

Senior Consultant

Changi General Hospital

Specialty: Anaesthesiology

Sub-specialties: Intensive Care

Conditions Treated by this Doctor:
Anaesthesia.

Clinical Appointments

  • Senior Consultant Anaesthesia & Surgical Intensive Care Changi General HospitalChangi General Hospital

Profile

Dr Patrick Kok Hong Kheong is a Senior Consultant with the department of Anaesthesia and Surgical Intensive Care at Changi General Hospital (CGH). He received his medical degree from the National University of Singapore (NUS) in 1986 and was subsequently trained in intensive care medicine in Australia.

Dr Kok is a certified designated workplace doctor (compressed air work). He also has an interest in medical education and is appointed Adjunct Assistant Professor by the NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine.

Education

  • FFARCSI (Ireland)
  • MBBS (Singapore)
  • DFD (Compressed Air Work)
  • Fellowship in Intensive Care(Australia)
  • Specialist Accreditation in Intensive Care Medicine(Singapore)

Professional Appointments and Committee Memberships

  • Adjunct Assistant Professor - NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine
  • Examiner - MBBS, NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine
  • Clinical Physician Faculty - SingHealth Anaesthesiology Residency Program
  • Instructor - ACLS
  • Instructor - FCCS
  • Fellow of Anaesthesia - Royal College of Surgeon in Ireland

Awards

  • Dean’s Award for Teaching Excellence, 2012
  • Finalist - 6th National Clinical Quality poster competition, 2009
  • Merit Award - CPIP project “To achieve good pain relief in the immediate postoperative period “, 2008
  • Good Service Award (SAF), 2003

Research Interests

Publications

• Broken incisor cause by oropharyngeal airway – a case report, Patrick Kok. SMJ vol. 42 issue 7 July 2001

• Laryngeal mask airway – comparison of 2 insertion technique: blind vs direct laryngoscopic. Koay CK, Yoong CS, P. Kok. Anaesthesia Intensive Care 2001:29:613-615

• Prevention of tube occlusion cause by biting: oral bite block vs oropharyngeal airway. Kwan KM, P Kok Anaesthesia Intensive Care 2000:28:227

Research Trials