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Dr. Salleh Ibrahim

Dr. Salleh Ibrahim

  • Specialty General Surgery
  • Languages English Bahasa Indonesia Malay

Contact Information

  • Clinic
    Gastro Liver & Surgical Centre
    1 Farrer Park Station Rd, #10-10 Connexion, Singapore 217562
    Mon - Fri: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
    Sat: 9 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Associated Conditions and Treatments

Liver Cancer


Dr. Salleh Ibrahim began his career at Singapore General Hospital where he started his basic surgical training upon graduation. He went on to obtain his fellowship from the Royal Colleges of England and Scotland and advanced his surgical training at CGH and Tan Tock Seng Hospital (TTSH), before going on to train under Prof Chen Chao Long, the father of liver transplant in Asia, at the world famous Chang Gung Memorial Hospital, Taiwan.

Dr. Salleh had spent the last few years in private practice furthering his expertise in both liver transplant and surgery. He is also a trained Endoscopist in Endoscopic Retrograde Pancreaticogram and Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy. Prior to private practice, he had set up the Hepatopancreatic Biliary Unit and Liver Transplant Evaluation Unit at Eastern Health Alliance. As Senior Consultant then, he was recognized for his contribution towards training young surgeons and the public sector when he was bestowed the Public Service Award in 2008. His other awards included the Young Surgeons Award (2002) and Long Service Award (2010) conferred by Changi General Hospital (CGH). 

He is also an active speaker at conferences, having had more than 60 speaking engagements internationally. With ongoing research interest in metabolic syndrome and fatty liver with Hepatocellular Carcinoma (HCC), he has also published more than 32 research papers.  

Dr. Salleh's specialty interests is metabolic syndrome and fatty liver with hepatocellular carcinoma. 

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