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Dr. Leslie Lam

Dr. Leslie Lam

  • Specialty Cardiology
  • Languages English Cantonese

Contact Information

  • Clinic
    The Cardiac Centre
    1 Farrer Park Station Rd, #07-17 Connexion, Singapore 217562
    Mon - Fri: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
    Sat: 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.


Dr. Leslie Lam is a Cardiologist practicing at The Cardiac Centre, Farrer Park Medical Centre. Dr. Lam obtained his Bachelor of Medicine (MB), Bachelor of Surgery (BCh), Bachelor of Obstetrics (BAO), University College, Dublin, Ireland in 1967. He also holds other qualifications including:

  • 1969 Bachelor of Science (Pharmacology) BSc (Hons) University College, Dublin, Ireland  
  • 1975 Diploma in Child Health (DCH) University College, Dublin, Ireland  
  • 1981 Member Royal College of Physicians in Ireland (MRCP)  
  • 1987 Fellow Royal College of Physicians in Ireland (FRCP)
  • 1987 Fellow of Academy of Medicine (FAMS), Singapore
  • 2005 Honorary Fellow, University College Dublin
  • 2014 DMed (NUI), National University of Ireland

After his medical training, Dr. Lam did his Cardiac Fellowship at the Cardiothoracic Institute, Brompton Hospital, London. Dr. Lam then served as a Senior Registrar at the Singapore General Hospital in 1982 and was promoted to Consultant in 1985.  

Dr. Lam was a visiting consultant at the Changi General Hospital and the National Heart Centre since 1997 and 1998 respectively. He is currently the Honorary Consultant to the Ministry of Health, Myanmar and the Governor of the Society for Cardiac Angiography & Interventions, USA. Dr Leslie Lam is one of the pioneers who performs non-invasive procedure Percutaneous Transluminal Coronary Angioplasty (PTCA).

Dr. Lam's specialty interest is percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty.

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