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Dr Ee Adrian

Dr Ee Adrian

MBBS, MMED (Family Medicine)

FCFP,  FAMS   (Singapore) 

Senior Consultant

CEO, SingHealth Polyclinics

Specialty: Family Medicine

Clinical Appointments

  • Chief Executive Officer and Senior Consultant SingHealth PolyclinicsSingHealth Polyclinics

Academic Appointments

  • Adjunct Assistant Professor SingHealth Duke-NUS Family Medicine Academic Clinical Programme

Profile

Dr Adrian Ee graduated from National University of Singapore in 1986 and obtained his post graduate degree in Family Medicine MMed in 1993, FCFP in 2003, and FAMS (Family Medicine) from the Academy of Medicine, Singapore in 2015. Dr Ee’s clinical and research fields of interest include chronic disease management, development of primary care systems and care delivery, IT and innovation.

He is the Chief Executive Officer at SingHealth Polyclinics, Chair of Family Medicine ACP, SingHealth Duke-NUS, GMS, and a member of the Family Physician Accreditation Board, at the Ministry of Health, Singapore. He is also the Clinical Adjunct Assistant Professor, Family Medicine Clerkship, Duke-NUS, GMS and Adjunct Assistant Professor (Honorary) NUS, Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine for FM postings, attachments and training for undergraduate medical students. Dr Ee is pivotal in transforming patient care at SingHealth Polyclinics. His vision of a care delivery system enabled by technology paved the way for implementation of innovative solutions such as electronic medical records to facilitate access to patient medical history at point of care; consolidated billing and the use of self-service kiosks for patients to make payment and appointments. Under his stewardship, new clinical services such as Family Physician Clinic and Nurse Clinician Service, as well as Telecare are integrated to provide seamless care, especially for patients with chronic diseases who require long term follow-up management.

On the education front, Dr Ee plays an active role in the education of medical students and Residents in his capacities as Adjunct Assistant Professor in Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, and Adjunct Assistant Professor of Duke-NUS for Family Medicine.

Education

  • ​MBBS
  • MCFP
  • MMED-Family Medicine
  • FCFP
  • FAMS-  Family Medicine
  • Executive MBA

Professional Appointments and Committee Memberships

• Chief Executive Officer, SingHealth Polyclinics
• Chair, Family Medicine ACP, SingHealth Duke-NUS, GMS
• Clinical Adjunct Assistant Professor, Family Medicine Clerkship, Duke-NUS, GMS
• Deputy Programme Leader, FM Clerkship, Duke-NUS, GMS
• Adjunct Assistant Professor (Honorary) NUS, Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine for FM postings, attachments and training for undergrad medical students
• Fellow, College of Family Physicians (Singapore)
• Member, FP Accreditation Board, MOH
• Member, Workgroup on Future Primary Care, MOH
• Member, National GP Advisory Panel, AIC
• Member, Steering Com, MOHT-SingHealth Primary Care
• Member, SingHealth Office of Regional Health-CPC
• Member, HMDP Main Committee, SHS
• Member, Heartbeat Advisory Committee, Bedok

Awards

Research Interests

Publications

  • What is true community-acquired urinary tract infection? Comparison of pathogens identified in urine from routine outpatient specimens and from community clinics in a prospective study.
    Ti TY, Kumarasinghe G, Taylor MB, Tan SL, Ee A, Chua C, Low A.
    Eur J Clin Microbiol Infect Dis. 2003 Apr;22(4):242-5. Epub 2003 Mar 22

 

  • Screening for narrow angles in the singapore population: evaluation of new noncontact screening methods.
    Lavanya R, Foster PJ, Sakata LM, Friedman DS, Kashiwagi K, Wong TY, Aung HT, Alfred T, Gao H, Ee AG, Seah SK, Aung T.
    Ophthalmology. 2008 Oct;115(10):1720-7, 1727.e1-2. doi: 10.1016/j.ophtha.2008.03.015. Epub 2008 May 16.

 

  • The influenza A (H1N1-2009) experience at the inaugural Asian Youth Games Singapore 2009: mass gathering during a developing pandemic.
    Lim HC, Cutter J, Lim WK, Ee A, Wong YC, Tay BK.
    Br J Sports Med. 2010 Jun;44(7):528-32. doi: 10.1136/bjsm.2009.069831
     

 

  • Accuracy of diabetic retinopathy screening by trained non-physician graders using non-mydriatic fundus camera.
    Bhargava M, Cheung CY, Sabanayagam C, Kawasaki R, Harper CA, Lamoureux EL, Chow WL, Ee A, Hamzah H, Ho M, Wong W, Wong TY.
    Singapore Med J. 2012 Nov;53(11):715-9
     

Research Trials