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Dr. Ben Ng

Senior Consultant Endocrinologist


  • Endocrinology

Medical Conditions Treated:

  • Diabetes mellitus
  • Obesity
  • Thyroid disorders
  • Androgen, reproductive, adrenal, and pituitary diseases


English, Hokkien, Bahasa Indonesia, Bahasa Melayu


MBBCh (United Kingdom), MRCP (United Kingdom), CCT (Diabetes & Endocrinology) (United Kingdom), CCT (General Internal Medicine) (United Kingdom), MD (Hons) (United Kingdom)

Professional Profile:

Dr Ng Jen Min is an accomplished endocrinologist with a strong academic and research background. His qualifications include a certificate of completion of training from the Royal College of Physicians in the UK, dual accreditation in diabetes and endocrinology and in general internal medicine, and an MD with honours from the University of Hull in recognition of his research in diabetes mellitus.

Dr Ng’s expertise covers a wide range of endocrinological problems, including diabetes mellitus, obesity and thyroid disorders, as well as androgen, reproductive, adrenal, and pituitary disease. He has a special interest in patients with diabetes mellitus and thyroid disease and is particularly skilled in the initiation and treatment of patients requiring insulin pump and continuous glucose monitoring systems.

Dr Ng is also deeply involved in the Singaporean community, where he works to combat the rise of diabetes in the local population. He has designed the Living with Diabetes: Diet and Lifestyle (LiDDLe) program, which is tailored to better suit Asian diets and needs, and is currently running in Changi General Hospital in conjunction with the University of Chester in the UK. Additionally, he has served as the former program director for the Eastern Community Health Outreach (ECHO), a health intervention community-based program aimed at reducing the incidence of diabetes in East Singapore.

Dr Ng is a prolific author and researcher who has presented more than 30 posters and oral presentations in conferences worldwide, and in the last five years alone, has had his research work published in more than 20 international peer-reviewed journals. His works have been cited in more than 100 scientific articles, including the International Diabetes Federation Global Guideline on the management of older people with Type 2 Diabetes. He has also been awarded several research grants from Diabetes UK, the Ministry of Health Singapore, and SingHealth.

Overall, Dr Ng’s vast knowledge, research, and community contributions make him a valuable asset in the field of endocrinology and a great example for aspiring medical professionals.