Talem Medical is the extension of the group focused on facilitation of premium healthcare delivery as part of our goal to provide seamless integration from clinical research to bedside practice.
Leveraging on our vast network of the region’s most renowned medical practitioners and scientists, Talem Medical provides a comprehensive cross-functional platform for healthcare professionals to practice evidence-based medicine and offer the highest quality of medical services to our patients.
The flagship Central clinic will be a multi-specialty medical centre supported by our group of resident specialists and state-of-the-art facilities to ensure a comprehensive healthcare approach to our patients.
To facilitate healthcare professionals to provide evidence-based and high quality medical care to our patients
To become the global premium brand in Medical Facilitations and Healthcare providers
Dr Edmund Cheong was trained as an Internal Medicine Specialist in the United States and has been in practice for over 30 years, first in the U.S. and then in Hong Kong.
In addition to diagnosing and treating diseases, Dr Cheong’s main interest is in the prevention of diseases and the promotion of wellness that encompasses the body, mind and spirit. Each individual patient is valued as a person and treated with the greatest respect and compassion.
In order to keep up to date with the latest medical development, Dr Cheong uses professional internet web sites to get daily updates on the latest research results and expert recommendations on important clinical topics. He also uses those resources to review the latest information on clinical issues in order to provide the most up-to-date evidence based and cost-effective recommendations and treatments to patients.
Dr Cheong prefers to play the role of a health partner whose responsibility is to provide appropriate and adequate information to patients and to empower them to participate in making informed decisions about their own health care.
Dr Siu-Kwan NG received his basic medical training in The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK). He pursued his specialist training in CUHK-affiliated hospitals.
Apart from general Ear, Nose and Throat practice, his special clinical interests include thyroid, salivary gland surgery, and also transoral laser surgery for pharyngeal/ laryngeal diseases. He is active in thyroid surgery and also in the field of sialendoscopy.Professional Qualifications
1994 Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery (MBChB)
1998 Fellowship of The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh (FRCS.Ed)
1999 Fellowship of the College of Surgeons of Hong Kong (FCSHK)
1999 Fellowship of The Hong Kong College of Otorhinolaryngologists (FHKCORL)
2001 Fellowship of The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh (Otorhinolaryngology) FRCS.Ed (ORL)
2001 Fellowship of the Hong Kong Academy of Medicine (Otorhinolaryngology) (FHKAM)
Dr Sandy Pang was born in Hong Kong, although has lived in the UK and Australia since she was 13. She graduated with a medical degree from the University of Sydney, Australia in 2000 and completed her post graduate training in various rural, secondary and tertiary hospitals in New South Wales, Australia.
Dr Pang later completed her specialist training in Gastroenterology and Hepatology at the Royal North Shore Hospital in Sydney in 2006. After obtaining her Fellowship she returned to Hong Kong, where she spent 3 years working with the internationally renowned Gastroenterology team at the Prince of Wales Hospital, Shatin. During her years of training, she developed a special interest in gastrointestinal bleeding and published several papers and a book chapter on the subject.
Dr. Pang is currently also a Consultant in Gastroenterology and Hepatology at the Union Hospital, Shatin, where she has worked for the last 9 years.
Outside of work, Dr Pang is an avid hiker and enjoys exploring the countryside of HK. She loves yoga and cooking, and spending time with her two young children.
Dr. Eric Yeung has obtained his medical degree in the Chinese University of Hong Kong in 2006, and acquired his fellowship in the specialty of Otorhinolaryngology by 2014. He is well known for his surgical skill, knowledge as well as holistic care for patients.
Dr. Yeung has a special interest and subspecialised in Rhinology and Sleep Apnea surgery. He had attended various large international courses on Endoscopic Sinus Surgery and Sleep Apnea Surgery throughout the years. In Endoscopic Sinus Surgery, Dr. Yeung had his pre-fellowship training in University of Ghent, Belgium and post-fellowship training in University of Adelaide, Australia. Dr. Yeung also finished his post-fellowship training with focus in Sleep Apnea Surgery in Singapore General Hospital, Singapore.
Dr. Yeung is active in several local professional organizations. He is a fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh and Hong Kong College of Otorhinolaryngologists. He is also the council member of Hong Kong Society of Sleep Medicine.
Primary care is the provision of integrated, accessible health care services by clinicians who are accountable for addressing a large majority of personal health care needs, developing a long-term partnership with patients, and practicing in the context of family and community. Primary care is the backbone of the health care system. Utilizing primary care physicians puts an emphasis on the physician-patient relationship by shifting the focus from physician-centred care to patient-centred care.
Primary care professionals serve on the front lines of healthcare. For many, they are the first point of contact with the healthcare system. That means they are often the first to see depression, early signs of cancer or chronic disease, and other health concerns. They ensure patients get the right care, in the right setting, by the most appropriate provider, and in a manner consistent with the patient’s desires and values. Primary care professionals are, essentially, the quarterbacks of healthcare.
Having a relationship with a primary care physician also allows the patient to become more comfortable with their provider and thereby more inclined to visit them to address health concerns before they develop into more serious issues. People might disclose important information more freely with doctors they know and trust and may then be more comfortable with following the recommendations and prescribed treatments.
Through routine check-ups and regular office visits, primary care can help to identify and manage potentially serious problems from the start. As a result, for example, adults in the United States who have a primary care provider have 19% lower odds of premature death than those who only see specialists for their care.
Primary care also lowers costs. In the United States, people who have a primary care provider save 33% on healthcare over their peers who only see specialists. Access to primary care helps to keep people out of emergency rooms, where care may cost much higher than outpatient primary care visits. Catching and treating problems early is also cheaper and more effective than treating severe or advanced illness.