Dr Lee Kok Keng is currently medical director of the Yishun Community Hospital under the National Healthcare Group Cluster. He has a major interest in geriatric medicine and rehab care in the elderly.
He is also a senior clinical teacher for NUS undergraduate medical school and is an examiner for the graduate diploma geriatric medicine examination. He is actively involved in patient safety and clinical quality improvement in the Yishun Health campus. Past participations includes being a member of the Organising Committee for Singapore Rehab conference 2015, in charge of a break out session with regards to community rehab in the ILTC sector and also presented at both the Alexandra Health Forum, November 2014 and renal GP symposium on Cognitive impairment in CKD, Sep 2016. He is an accredited physician under Office of public guardian for patients wishing to make a lasting power of attorney legal document and a trained facilitator for end of life care discussion and advance care planning for patients with life limiting illness.