Dr Keith Lee

Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon

Dr Keith Lee Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon

Dr. Keith Lee is a consultant Orthopaedic surgeon.

He is well versed in Trauma surgery and various techniques of minimally invasive fracture fixation. He manages over 2000 injured patients a year.

Additionally, he has a keen interest in joint replacement surgery, and is trained in Computer navigated as well as Robotic assisted surgery with various minimally invasive approaches. He has been certified to perform Robotic assisted total as well as partial knee replacement surgeries.

Dr. Keith completed his medical degree at the National University of Singapore in 2007 and has been in clinical practice since. He did his Orthopaedic surgical residency in the National Healthcare Group and excelled academically, consistently performing at the top of his batch in the Orthopaedic in-training examinations. He successfully obtained his Orthopaedic Surgery fellowship from the Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh in 2017.

After completing his surgical training, Dr. Keith worked in Woodlands Health Campus and Tan Tock Seng Hospital, where he specialised in Adult Reconstruction surgery as well as Trauma surgery. After leaving for private practice, he was appointed by Woodlands Health Campus as a Clinical Board Resource Person, lending expertise in planning the adult reconstruction surgery service as well as accelerated rehabilitation protocols.

Dr. Keith is active in medical education at various levels. He has previously taught medical students as a Clinical Lecturer with the National University of Singapore School of Medicine, as well as a Core Clinical Tutor with the Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine. He taught Orthopaedic residents and also Family Medicine trainees as part of the clinical faculty. He is also a member of AO Trauma and has served as an instructor at several AO courses.

He has presented papers in various international conferences. He was awarded a Best Paper Award at the AO Trauma Asia Pacific Research Congress in Hong Kong in 2012.