The College of Radiologists Singapore was incorporated on 17 August 2004. The principal activities of the College are to advance the art and science of radiology and nuclear medicine and its subspecialties, promote study and research into medical and scientific problems, to sustain and foster postgraduate education and conduct higher professional examinations and to award diplomas.

 

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

 

Vision

To provide leadership in training, education, advocacy, patient safety and professional guidance in the field of radiology practice, nuclear medicine, radiation oncology and other radiology sub-specialities in Singapore and the region.

 

Mission

To promote and maintain the highest professional and ethical standards in diagnostic and interventional radiology, nuclear medicine and radiation oncology and their subspecialties.

 

Objectives
  • To advance the art and science of diagnostic and interventional radiology, nuclear medicine and radiation oncology and their subspecialties
  • To promote the study and research into medical and scientific problems
  • To sustain and foster postgraduate education
  • To conduct higher professional examinations and to award diplomas in diagnostic and interventional radiology, nuclear medicine and radiation oncology and their subspecialties
  • To represent the collective professional opinions of the radiology specialists.
  • To establish and maintain standards and guidelines for the radiology practice.
  • To engage and promote inter-collegiate cooperation with medical specialists from other disciplines in the Academy for the advancement of medical care, patient safety and education.
  • To protect the interest and dignity of the Academy of Medicine, Singapore

 

 

College Council 2021 - 2022
Designation Name
President Dr Tan Bien Peng
Immediate Past President Dr Tay Kiang Hiong
Vice President Dr Andrew Tan Gee Seng
Honorary Secretary Dr Huang Hian Liang
Honorary Treasurer Dr Steven Wong
Council Member Dr Chou Hong
  Dr Jeffrey Tuan
  Dr Pua Uei
Co-Opted Members Dr Lenith Cheng
Chair, Chapter of Diagnostic Radiologists Dr Charlene Liew
Chair, Chapter of Interventional Radiologists Dr Pua Uei
Chair, Chapter of Radiation Oncologists Dr Choo Bok Ai
Chair, Chapter of Nuclear Medicine Physicians Dr Aaron Tong

 

 

Chapter of Diagnostic Radiologists Committee
Designation Name
Chairman Dr Charlene Liew
Vice Chairman Dr Luke Toh
Secretary Dr Chou Hong
Committee Member Dr Lester Leong
Committee Member Dr Ankit Tandon
Committee Member Dr Mohd Taufik
Committee Member Dr Lim Chee Yeong

 

 

Chapter of Radiation Oncologists Committee
Designation Name
Chairman Dr Choo Bok Ai
Vice Chairman Dr Kiattisa Sommat
Secretary Dr Francis Ho
Member Dr Shaun Ho
Member Dr Jeremy Tey

 

 

Chapter of Nuclear Medicine Physicians Committee
Designation Name
Chairman Dr Aaron Tong
Vice Chairman Dr Winnie Lam Wing Chuen
Honorary Secretary Dr Lu Suat Jin
Members Dr Aaron Tong
  Dr Khor Lih Kin

 

 

 

Council Meeting Schedules
 
Council Meeting Day
1st Council Meeting Monday, 5 June 2017
2nd Council Meeting Monday, 10 July 2017
3rd Council Meeting Monday, 18 September 2017
4th Council Meeting Monday, 13 November 2017
5th Council Meeting Monday, 15 January 2018
6th Council Meeting Monday, 12 March 2018

 

 

 
College Coat of Arms and Motto

The Red and White colours of the shield, crest and mantling are derived from the Colours of the flag of Singapore. The Hydra, which represents conquest of a very powerful enemy, indicates a determination to overcome any challenge or adversity.

 

Two bolts of Lightning, which represent electricity, forcefulness and speed, are crossed in the shape of the letter X to refer to X-rays, i.e. Radiology in particular. The Book symbolizes the never-ending quest for knowledge, alluding to the contribution of Radiological knowledge in expeditiously alleviating and treating sickness, which is symbolized by the black colour of the chief.

 

The Sea lion holding the staff of the Aesculapius indicates the medical profession in Singapore. The Sea lion and the wavy chief referring to the close association of Singapore with the sea.

 

The banner contains the College Motto “Semper Radii Progredient” which means Always Let Radiology Advance.

 

The Coat of Arms was designed by Dr Low Chen Hoong.

 

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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