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Veteran healthcare leader Lee Suen Ming takes helm as Thomson Medical SG CEO

He will begin his duties as CEO on 1 November.

Lee Suen Ming will be succeeding Daniel Lee as CEO of Thomson Medical Singapore, the company announced.

In a bourse filing, Thomson Medical said Suen Ming will take over the CEO post on 1 November.

As CEO, the veteran healthcare business leader will oversee the  187-bed Thomson Medical Centre and a network of over 30 specialist medical clinics and facilities providing outpatient women and children healthcare services and service offerings in fertility, diagnostic imaging, health screening, gynaecological oncology, specialist dermatology, traditional Chinese medicine and medical aesthetics.  

Before his appointment at Thomson Medical SG, Suen Ming served as CEO of local hospitals like Mount Alvernia Hospital, Gleneagles Hospital, Parkway East Hospital, and Dr Soliman Fakeeh Hospital in Saudi Arabia.  

Lee also serves as a Co-chair of the Technical Committee for Healthcare and Health Informatics under the Biomedical and Health Standards Committee of Enterprise Singapore.

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