Dr Ang Teng Soon Paul
Dr Paul Ang is a family physician or what is commonly known as a general practitioner (GP) in Punggol, Singapore. He founded the Zenith Medical Clinic at Punggol West in 2014. He is keen to improve the way primary care (or GP services) are delivered. He wants to bring great, quality, affordable healthcare to the residents in Punggol, Singapore.
His professional qualifications are Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) Singapore, Graduate Diploma in Family Medicine (GDFM), Membership of the Royal College of Surgeons (MRCSEd) and accredited family physician. He is also currently pursuing the Graduate Diploma in Mental Health (GDMH) by Institute of Mental Health.
Other past achievements include President Scout Award in 2004 awarded by the late President SR Nathan.
He strongly believes that a sustainable enterprise must always contribute back to the society in both tangible and intangible ways. As a medical student, he founded the Project Sa’Bai with a close friend and with a lot of help from two experienced family physicians (Dr John Lee and Priscilla Lee).
He believes in a healthy lifestyle. He can be spotted cycling around the Punggol and Sengkang areas with his two young boys and spouse. (His favourite by the way are Coney Island, Punggol Waterway Park and Sengkang Riverside Park: Thank you Nparks!)
Dr Ang Kai Kok
Dr Ang Kai Kok is a caring and approachable general practitioner (GP). He is the junior associate of Zenith Medical Clinic (Punggol West). He advocates health education and strives to guide the patients in Punggol in making personalized care plans based on strong scientific evidence.
His professional qualification is Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) Singapore. He is currently pursuing Graduate Diploma In Family Medicine (GDFM).
Being a keen educator, he was commended as a “Role Model” to the medical student class of 2014 by National University of Singapore. He was also the founder of Raffles Junior College – British Power mentoring program back when he was a student. He was also an active participant of the above mentioned Project Sa’Bai in his medical student years.
He strongly believes that healthcare must be holistic and GPs must constantly upgrade themselves and remain at the center of the current complex medical system.