The College of Paediatrics and Child Health, Singapore was incorporated on 17 August 2004. This was indeed a milestone in the history of medicine in Singapore and the paediatric fraternity. The first elected office bearers of the College were:


President: Dr Quak Seng Hock
Vice-President: Dr Ho Lai Yun
Honorary Secretary: Dr Goh Yam Thiam, Daniel
Honorary Treasurer:

Dr Rajadurai Victor, Samuel

Council Members: Dr Goh Eng Kim, Anne
  Dr Chan Kwai Lin, Daisy
  Dr Lee Bee Wah


To celebrate the formation of the College, an inaugural lectureship was organised on 30 April 2005 at Sheraton Towers Hotel. 


For the history and formation of the College, please click here.



College Council 2021 - 2022
Designation Name
President Dr Lee Yung Seng
Immediate Past President Dr Ng Kee Chong
Vice-President Dr Chua Mei Chien
Honorary Secretary Dr Ng Chin Yuen, Steven
Honorary Treasurer Dr Yeo Wee Song
Council Member Dr Choo Tze Liang Jonathan
Council Member Dr Ong Hian Tat
Council Member Dr Tay Kiat Hong, Stacey

Chair, Chapter of Neonatologists

Dr Daisy Chan Kwai Lin
Co-opted Member Dr Liew Woei Kang
Co-opted Member Dr Lim Ching Wen Darryl
Co-opted Member Dr Low Kah Tzay


Please click here for Past College Councils.




To be the recognised leader in training, education, advocacy and enhancement of professional standards for paediatrics and its subspecialties.




To promote and maintain the highest professional and ethical standards in paediatrics and its subspecialties.



College Coat of Arms and Motto

The Coat of Arms of the College was designed by its members. In the centre of the shield, the chevron, symbolises the coming together of all medical specialties to provide the best medicine care for the nation. The two children represent paediatrics and healthy children. The snake coiling around the rod symbolises "healing". The four circular red dots joined together by olive leaves symbolise the four races living harmoniously in Singapore and in the pink of health. Supporting the shield are two lions which represent Singapore. The olive branches symbolise anointing and medicinal values. The motto "Recta Sapere" urges us to seek and savour the truth at all times.



College Constitution

The governance and constitution of the College is determined by its Memorandum and Articles of Association and its By-laws. The Council is empowered to make amendments to the By-laws. However, amendments to the Memorandum and Articles of Association must be passed by the House.


For the College’s Memorandum and Articles of Association, please click here.

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