Senior Management

WeiJia_SnrMgmt Ms Chin Wei Jia
Group Chief Executive Officer
Health Management International Ltd

Ms Chin Wei Jia is the Group Chief Executive Officer (“CEO”) of Health Management International Ltd (“HMI”). As Group CEO, she oversees and leads the strategic and operational activities of the Group. She is also the Managing Director of Mahkota Medical Centre (“Mahkota”) and Regency Specialist Hospital (“Regency”).

Ms Chin first joined HMI in 2002 and has played a key role in the development of HMI into a SGX mainboard listed healthcare company. She had contributed to the start of HMI’s education business via the launch of HMI Institute of Health Sciences. Ms Chin was also a member of the core team that first commissioned Regency in 2008, and previously served as CEO of Regency from 2013 to early 2016. She also led the establishment of HMI’s Medisave accredited referral centre to enable HMI hospitals to provide overseas hospitalisation and day surgeries under the Singapore Medisave scheme.

Ms Chin holds a Bachelor of Arts (summa cum laude) in Economics and International Relations from Boston University, USA. She also has a Masters of Arts in International Relations from Johns Hopkins University, USA.

Ms Chin is the daughter of the Executive Chairman, Dr Gan See Khem and the sister of the Group Chief Financial Officer, Mr Chin Wei Yao.

Mr Chin Wei Yao 
Group Chief Financial Officer
Health Management International Ltd

Mr Chin Wei Yao is the Group Chief Financial Officer of HMI. He is responsible for the Group’s overall financial reporting matters and driving the development of the group’s healthcare services business. Mr Chin is also an Executive Director of Mahkota.

Prior to joining HMI, Mr Chin worked for 8 years in private equity and investment banking in South East Asia. His last position was Associate Director at KV Asia Capital where he was responsible for investment execution and portfolio management. He was previously a Vice President at Sindicatum Sustainable Resources Group where he oversaw a portfolio of clean energy investments. Mr Chin started out his career as an investment banker at Credit Suisse in 2007.

Mr Chin holds a Bachelor of Arts (summa cum laude) in Economics (Honours) from New York University, USA. He is also an affiliate member of the Association Chartered Certified Accountants (“ACCA”).

Mr Chin is the son of the Executive Chairman, Dr Gan See Khem and the brother of the Group Chief Executive Officer, Ms Chin Wei Jia.

Mr Stanley Lam 
Chief Executive Officer
Mahkota Medical Centre

Mr Stanley Lam joined Mahkota as Chief Executive Officer in 2013.

Prior to joining Mahkota, Mr Lam started his career with the Pantai Group of Hospitals in 2003 as an accountant in Pantai Cheras, where he rose to the position of CEO of Pantai Hospital Klang in a span of five years. He was subsequently appointed as Deputy CEO of Pantai Hospital Kuala Lumpur in February 2012.

Mr Lam has obtained his ACCA qualification and is also a member of the Institute of Chartered Secretaries & Administrators (“ICSA”).

Mr Gan Boon San

Director of Technology and Strategic Development
Health Management International Ltd

Chief Executive Officer
Regency Specialist Hospital

Mr Gan Boon San joined HMI as Director of Technology and Strategic Development, and Regency as Chief Executive Officer in 2016.

Prior to joining the Group, Mr Gan has worked in the public and private sectors leading international teams and building organisations, delivering results in Asia Pacific over a period of 29 years. His past roles include President of Sun Microsystems Asia South, Vice President of Oracle APAC System Channels and General Manager of Microsoft APAC Public Sector. He has also held several board positions in the past including member of the Board of Governors for Singapore Polytechnic and President Commissioner of PT Sun Microsystems.

Mr Gan was a Singapore National Computer Board scholar and graduated from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA with a Bachelor of Science and Masters in Computer Engineering in 1985 and 1986 respectively.

Mr Tee Soo Kong 
General Manager
HMI Institute of Health Sciences

Mr Tee is the General Manager of HMI Institute of Health Sciences (“IHS”). He was previously IHS’s Director of Education and Operations in 2010 before taking on the General Manager role in 2012.

Mr Tee has held various leadership positions in Singapore’s healthcare vocational training industry. He also has more than 25 years of experience that spans across organisations such as the Singapore Armed Forces, voluntary welfare organisations and private healthcare education service providers.

Mr Tee holds a Degree in Education and Training from the University of Melbourne.

 

MAHKOTA MEDICAL CENTRE (“MAHKOTA”)

Dr Tan Cheng Hock 
Medical Director

Dr Tan Cheng Hock joined Mahkota as its Medical Director in 2006.

Dr Tan began his career as a lecturer in University Malaya before starting his private practice as a consultant in Obstetrics & Gynaecology in 1980. He has also been lecturing part time in Melaka Manipal Medical College since 2000 and was member of the Board of Directors in Southern Hospital until 2007.

In 1977, the Malaysia nation’s first intrauterine fetal transfusion was performed by Dr Tan Cheng Hock with assistance by a doctor and with the aid of fluoroscopy.

Dr Tan graduated with a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (“MBBS”) from the University of Sydney in 1968. He is a Fellow of Royal College of Obstetrics & Gynaecology (London) and a life member of the Malaysian Medical Association.

Ms May Tan Mei Yen
Chief Financial Officer

Ms May Tan joined Mahkota in 2010 as Chief Financial Officer. She is responsible for Mahkota’s financial and management accounting functions.

Prior to joining Mahkota, she worked in the assurance industry in the United Kingdom and Malaysia with her last position being a Dir ector in Ernst and Young.

Ms Tan graduated with a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Melbourne. She is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland and the Malaysian Institute of Accountants.

Ms Sally Tan 
General Manager of Patient Services

Ms Sally Tan is the General Manager, Patient Services of Mahkota. She is responsible for a broad range of the hospital’s services including Nursing, Medical Records, Haemodialysis, Diagnostic Day Procedures, Diabetic Care, International and local marketing and Hospital Occupational Safety and Health. She is also a qualified Safety Health Officer.

She first joined Mahkota in 1994 as a Head Nurse in the Critical Care Unit and has rose through several managerial roles to her current position in 2008. She was previously a clinical instructor at the Nursing College Melaka and a State Registered Nurse at Melaka General Hospital.

Ms Tan has obtained her Master of Business Administration from Edith Cowan University in Australia. She also holds a Diploma in Nursing from Nursing College Melaka and further pursued to obtain the Post Basic course in both Critical Care and Midwifery. Besides this, she holds a Graduate Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety from Queensland University of Technology.

Mr Lee Soon Teck 
Director of Operating Theatre Complex and Clinical Support Services

Mr Lee Soon Teck is the Director of Operating Theatre Complex and Clinical Support Services of Mahkota. He joined Mahkota in 2013 as Director of Clinical Support Services and Facilities Management. Prior to joining Mahkota, Mr Lee was Chief Operating Officer of Rawang Specialist Centre and Chief Executive Officer of Pantai Hospital Batu Pahat. Mr Lee graduated with a Bachelor of Public Management from the Northern University of Malaysia.

Mr Kenneth Tan 
Director of Human Resources

Mr Kenneth Tan joined Mahkota in April 2015 as Director, Human Resources. He provides a leadership role in Human Resource (“HR”) strategies and roadmap implementation for the hospital.

Prior to joining Mahkota, Mr Tan was the Corporate HR Director of the Harita Group, an Indonesian conglomerate, and was based in Jakarta for four years. Prior to that, Mr Tan was the Asia Pacific Zone HR Dir ector for Bureau Veritas.

He holds a Bachelor of Business in Business Administration from RMIT University and has a post-graduate Diploma in Management from the Malaysia Institute of Management.

 

REGENCY SPECIALIST HOSPITAL (“REGENCY”)

Dr Teh Peng Hooi 
Medical Director

Dr Teh Peng Hooi has been the Medical Dir ector of Regency since 2009.

Dr Teh is a practising consultant orthopaedic surgeon in private practice in Singapore and Malaysia (Regency). He is also an honorary visiting consultant orthopaedic surgeon at Hospital Sultanah Aminah in Johor Bahru. Dr Teh is currently the Chairman of National St John Council of Singapore as well as the Prior of the Priory of Singapore of The Order of St John.

Dr Teh has an MBBS from the University of Singapore. He is a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons (Edinburgh), as well as a Fellow of the Academy of Medicine, Singapore.

Ms Siti Muslehat Bte Mustaffa 
Director of Patient Services

Ms Siti Muslehat Mustaffa joined Regency in 2013 as Director, Patient Services. Her areas of responsibility includes Quality & Innovation, Infection Control, Medical Records, Operation Theatre, Central Sterile Supplies and Invasive Cardiac Laboratory. She led Regency to achieve ISO 9001:2008 Accreditation in March 2016 and is currently steering the hospital’s quality journey towards meeting the accreditation requirements for the Malaysian Society for Quality in Health (“MSQH”).

Ms Siti has over 30 years working experience in the healthcare sector. Prior to joining Regency, she held various management and teaching positions in a major hospital and tertiary teaching institution in Singapore.

A nurse by profession, Ms Siti is a registered nurse with the Singapore Nursing Board. She has a Bachelor of Health Sciences (Nursing) and Master of Health Science (Management) from the University of Sydney. Ms Siti also has a Post-Graduate Diploma in Higher Education from the National Institute of Education (Singapore).