Language spoken: English, Mandarin, Hokkien, Bahasa Melayu
National Heart Centre Singapore (NHCS)
National Heart Centre Singapore
5 Hospital Drive
Mon to Fri: 8.30am - 5.30pm
Sat, Sun and PH: Closed
Adjunct Associate Professor Ewe See Hooi is a Senior Consultant with the Department of Cardiology and Co-Director of Echocardiography at the National Heart Centre Singapore. Her sub-specialty interest is in echocardiography and multimodality cardiac imaging in structural and valvular heart diseases.
Adj Assoc Prof Ewe graduated with her Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery (Honours Class 1), from the University of Sydney in 2001. She subsequently obtained the Membership of Royal College of Physicians (UK) in 2005 and the Certificate of Specialist Accreditation in Cardiology in 2009. Adj Assoc Prof Ewe completed her 2 years of fellowship in Leiden University Medical Centre, The Netherlands, where she learnt and applied advanced techniques of cardiac imaging in various heart conditions. In addition, she has a special interest in multimodality imaging in the area of structural heart intervention, particularly in the emerging catheter-based therapies for valvular diseases. In recognition of her research achievements, she obtained her PhD dissertation from the University of Leiden in 2016.
Adj Assoc Prof Ewe currently holds an adjunct Associate Professor at the Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School in Singapore, as well as a Clinical Senior Lecturer, Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, National University of Singapore.
Professional Positions and Memberships:
Doctoral Degree Cerficate (PhD), University of Leiden, The Netherlands, 2016
Fellow of the Academy of Medicine, Singapore, Specialist Accreditation Board – Cardiology, since 2009
ACSM Exercise Specialist – American College of Sports Medicine, 2008
Member of Royal College of Physicians (UK, Edinburgh), 2005
Registered as a Specialist in Cardiology by the Singapore Medical Council
Awards and Publications
Singapore Health Quality Service Silver Award, March 2013
Service Quality Partners Award, Singapore General Hospital (Service with a Heart Award Winner), 2004
Percutaneous transcatheter aortic valve implantation for degenerated surgical bioprostheses: the first case series in Asia with one-year follow-up. Chiam PT, Ewe SH, Soon JL, Ho KW, Sin YK, Tan SY, Lim ST, Koh TH and Chua YL. Singapore Med J. 2016;57:401-5.
The expanding indications of transcatheter aortic valve implantation. Chiam PT and Ewe SH. Future Cardiol. 2016;12:209-19.
Interventional echocardiography: current role and progress. Hamid N and Ewe SH. Proceedings of Singapore Healthcare. 2015;24:4-1