Dr Chee Kin Ghee

MBBS (S'pore), MRCS (Edin), MMED (Surgery)

Consultant Orthopedic Surgeon

Professional Statement

Dr. Chee Kin Ghee is an Orthopaedic Surgeon based in Singapore who specializes in the treatment of hand and wrist injuries, arthritis, tumors, wrist arthroscopy, hand joint replacement, and other upper limb conditions. His special interests lie in Hand and Wrist arthroplasty, joint replacement, and reconstruction. He has undergone advanced orthopedic training in Singapore and the UK, including at the renowned Wrightington Hospital. Dr. Chee is a member of the Royal College of Surgeons in Edinburgh, UK, and is skilled in administering minimally invasive treatments for hand and wrist ligamentous injuries.

Previously, Dr. Chee worked in the Hand and Microsurgery Section Department of Orthopaedic Surgery at Tan Tock Seng Hospital in Singapore, where he was also the Program Director of the National Healthcare Group Hand Surgery Residency. He successfully trained numerous doctors to become specialists and conducted courses to train therapists. With his years of experience in the hospital, Dr. Chee now brings his expertise to his private practice, where he can help a diverse range of patients recover, regain mobility, and improve their overall quality of life.

Qualifications and Awards

Languages Spoken:

  1. English
  2. Chinese (inc Mandarin and Cantonese)
  3. Malay
  4. Indonesian


  1. NHG/MOH HMDP award 2015 – 2016
    Upper Limb Fellowship in Wrightington Hospital, United Kingdom from 1/3/2015 – 29/2/2016 in upper limb surgery.

  2. 1st Runner-up for best podium presentation
    2012 Annual Hand Review Course SSHS, Singapore
    Wide Awake Surgery in Hand Surgery. Our Experience in 86 Patients.


  1. General practitioners’ knowledge of hand surgery in Singapore: a survey study. Singapore Medical Journal. Aug 2012

  2. Attrition rupture of the extensor pollicis longus tendon following Becker repair of extensor carpi radialis brevis tendon. Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery. Dec 2009

  3. A clinically feasible method of surface marking for the superficial palmar arch based on correlation of size matched angiograms to fixed landmarks in the hand. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. Mar 2010

  4. Antipronation spiral tenodesis–a surgical technique for the treatment of perilunate instability. Journal of Hand Surgery America. Dec 2012

  5. Proposed Guidelines for Treatment of Concomitant Distal Radius and Distal Ulna Fractures. Hand Surgery. 2015

  6. Vascularity of the Lunate. Book Chapter in Book title Kienbock’s Disease. Oct 2016

  7. Survivorship of Revision Wrist Replacement. J Wrist Surg. Feb 2018

  8. Flap Related Complications Requiring Secondary Surgery in a Series of 851 Local Flaps Used for Fingertip Reconstruction. J Hand Surg Asian Pac Vol. Mar 2019