Dr Chong Chin Kwang
Dr Chong is Director (Healthcare Services) and oversees the clinical operations of the Group’s medical clinic entities. Apart from his Board and corporate management responsibilities, he is also a practising Family Physician.
Dr Chong obtained his MBBS from the National University of Singapore (NUS) in 1994 and subsequently obtained the Graduate Diploma in Family Medicine. He has also attended the SPRING-NUS Advanced Management Programme in 2011. He is a part-time clinical tutor in the undergraduate Family Medicine programme of the NUS Yong Loo School of Medicine (NUS). He has previously served in MOH workgroups - the Community Health Centre (CHC) workgroup and the National GP-IT workgroup.
In addition, Dr Chong was instrumental in pioneering and operationalising the Primary Care Network (PCN) in Singapore, from its pilot phase in 2012 to the current MOH endorsed framework. He is currently the Clinical Lead of Frontier PCN, a network of GP clinics formed from Frontier’s clinics and independent small GP clinics in the community. The PCN model aims to to support private GPs to deliver quality team-based care in chronic disease management.
Dr Koh Thuan Wee
Dr Koh is a co-founder of Frontier Healthcare Group. He graduated from National University Singapore (NUS) in 1992 and completed his post-graduate diploma in Family Medicine in 2002. He co-helmed the first GP clinic of the Group in 1997 and has been a practising Family Physician since then. His passion is in providing the best care to his patients through innovation not only on an individual level but also from a health system perspective.
In 2013, he headed the Frontier Family Medicine Clinic (FFMC) at its inception. FFMC is a private-public collaboration with National University Health System (NUHS) under the MOH Primary Care Masterplan. This primary care entity is the first to pilot and adopt the Patient Centred Medical Home model in delivering integrated care in Singapore. The model seeks to work closely with the hospital in delivering patient centric care and enhanced system level outcomes. It has won the following national awards – the Excellence Champion Medal (in partnership with the National University Health System and St Luke’s Hospital) at the National Healthcare Innovation and Productivity (HIP) Medals Award Ceremony in 2017); and the Most Innovative Project/Policy (Gold) at the PS21 ExCEL (Excellence through Continuous Enterprise and Learning) Awards Ceremony 2014.
Dr Koh stepped down from the headship of FFMC in 2017 but remain an active Board Member of the Group. He is also a part time clinical tutor for the undergraduate Family Medicine programme of NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine.
Dr Tham Tat Yean
Dr Tham is currently Board Chairman and CEO of the Group. He is also a practising Family Physician.
He is an Associate Programme Director in the NUHS Family Medicine Residency Programme and a Visiting Family Physician to the NUHS Department of Family Medicine.
He currently serves as part-time Senior Consultant with the MOH Primary and Community Care Division. He chairs the Primary Care Network Council and co-chairs the National GP Advisory Panel. He is also serving in several other Ministry of Health and public healthcare institution committees. He has previously served in the Councils of the College of Family Physicians Singapore (2005 to 2015) and the Singapore Medical Association (2000 to 2006), and was a Board Member of Agency of Integrated Care from 2009 to 2012.
Dr Tham's current area of interest is in the development of collaborative models of primary care with various public healthcare institutions and community entities, with a vision of transforming primary care to meet the healthcare challenges of an ageing population.