Bahasa Malaysia, Chinese (Cantonese , Mandarin), English
03-4141 3251,03-4141 3252, 03-4141 3253
Specialist Clinics, 6th Floor, Block B (New Block)
MBBS (London) MRCP (UK) AM (Mal)
Palliative medicine, Cancer supportive care, Internal medicine.
Cancer care, Cancer supportive care.
Dr Nick Chong completed my undergraduate medical training at the University College London and The Royal Free Hospital in 1999, gained full registration with the General Medical Council UK after my housemanship. He continued to train in General Internal Medicine in teaching and district general hospitals around London, United Kingdom between 2000 and 2004.
Dr Nick Chong obtained his postgraduate certification in General Internal Medicine from the Royal College of Physicians of London in 2004. After which, he gained entry into specialist training in Internal Medicine as Specialist Registrar at St Mary’s Hospital Imperial College London, The Royal Free Hospital London and East Surrey Hospital. It was during that time he discovered my special interest in cancer pain and symptom management. Upon completing my postgraduate training in Internal Medicine, he proceeded to subspecialty training in Palliative Medicine in internationally renowned cancer centres, The Royal Marsden Hospital London and Mount Vernon Cancer Centre in Northwood, United Kingdom.
Dr Nick chong left London in 2009. Upon returning to Malaysia he took up the position as Palliative Medicine Physician at Hospital Selayang's Palliative Care Unit and at the same time continued to be an integral senior team member of the acute General Internal Medicine team. Dr Nick was awarded Specialist Accredition in General Internal Medicine and Palliative Medicine by the Ministry of Health Malaysia in November 2010 and became a member of the Academy of Medicine in 2011.
Dr Nick Chong currently works in Gleneagles Kuala Lumpur. He treats a wide range of acute medical conditions ranging from dengue fever to complex conditions associated with advanced cancer. Dr Nick Chong special interest is in management of cancer pain and other symptoms associated with cancer such as breathlessness, lethargy, bowel disorder, nausea and vomiting and the lack of appetite. He is also actively involved in providing people with incurable cancer with best supportive and palliative care. Dr Nick Chong is always caring towards patients even towards the advanced stages of disease, needs to be professional and credible.
1. Royal College of Physicians London, United Kingdom
2. Academy of Medicine Malaysia
3. International Association of Hospice and Palliative Care
4. General Medical Council United Kingdom
5. Malaysian Medical Association
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