Dr Koh Hau-Tek

Dr Koh Hau-Tek
Deputy Chief Medical Officer
Jiahui Health (Shanghai, China)

Dr Koh Hau-Tek is Deputy Chief Medical Officer, co-​overseeing clinical services in Jiahui Health, one of the largest private international healthcare ecosystems in Shanghai, China. He is actively involved in clinical operations and product development. He sits on various committees including privileging & credentialing, IT steering, medical services leadership council, medical policies, and he chairs the Jiahui vaccination and clinical products committees.

Prior to joining Jiahui Health, Dr Koh was General Manager, Raffles Medical in China, overseeing operations of Raffles Medical’s China healthcare assets, across 6 cities in China. He has worked previously in other major medical groups in Singapore and the Republic of Ireland, and has been a practicing physician for over 20 years. Dr Koh has sat on and presided over medical boards and clinical governance committees in several medical groups, including Parkway Shenton and Healthway Medical Group in Singapore. He was actively involved in multiple large-scale projects in both B2B and B2G arenas, to enhance the scope of clinical services and developing new business lines. He was involved operationally in national pandemics, supervising, and overseeing the preparations and implementation of pandemic workflow at airports and multiple primary care facilities.

After Parkway Shenton, Dr Koh was Vice President, International Business Development, with focus on strategy and business development at Certis CISCO, driving merger and acquisition activities.

Graduating from the National University of Ireland with a medical degree (First Class Honours) and an intercalated Bachelor of Medical Science degree, Dr Koh completed Specialist training in General Surgery in the Republic of Ireland. After achieving membership to the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, he further obtained a Master in Medicine (Surgery), Singapore. Dr Koh is a registered Family Physician with the Singapore Medical Council and a registered Designated Workplace Doctor with Singapore’s Ministry of Manpower, currently both in management and clinical practice. He has also completed an Advanced Management Programme (Nanyang-Berkeley), and holds an EMBA from Nanyang Business School, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.​

Dr Koh is an Adjunct Lecturer in Occupational Medicine at the National University of Singapore.