At Cardiac Centre International (CCI), we are centred on your heart’s needs.
Our cardiologist prevents, detects & treats — offering you complete care for your heart. Our clinic is located in the heart of Orchard for easy accessibility and optimized service efficiency. All screening tests can be complete in one half-day visit (including Saturdays), with results ready for a same-day consultation.
Your heart is the core of your body. Enjoy the peace of mind that comes from knowing it is working well, or detect early signs of problems before they get worse. As the old wisdom goes, prevention is better than cure.
If you have a heart-related complaint, our extensive battery of testing methods and technologies is here to get to the root of the problem. Getting an accurate diagnosis, fast, is the first step on the road to recovery.
Your recovery is our ultimate goal. Our highly-trained and experienced cardiologists are well-equipped to treat a wide range of heart and circulatory system ailments. Together, let’s sustain and enhance your heart’s health for the long run.
Channel NewsAsia interview on 3 June - Dr Lee Chee Wan shared on how he treated a woman who now suffers from severe heart failure after she consumed a weight loss product that contains an undeclared banned substance, and he says that this case is one of the worst he has heard of. "Most slimming products either don't work or are unsafe. Even if you do check the ingredient list, some products do not declare that they contain harmful substances," he added.
Dr Lee Chee Wan spoke at a GP talk on 25 May 2019, touching on cholesterol lowering topics such as common causes of Dyslipidemia, and relationship between LDL-C levels and event rates in primary prevention statin trials.
Dr Lee Chee Wan talked about the "Role of ICD and CRT in Advanced Heart Failure" during Abbott and Transmedic's Holistic Management of Advanced Heart Failure event organised by Singapore Cardiac Society and Heart Failure Society (Singapore) on 15 May 2019.
Dr Lee shared with GPs about the Role of Statins over a lunch talk on 27 March. He spoke about how statins confer benefit in secondary prevention, including those with intermediate risk, and relatively normal LDL-C.
Dr Lee Chee Wan spoke at Mount Elizabeth Novena's CME on 19 March 2019, where he shared on stroke prevention in individuals with Atrial Fibrillation (AF).
Dr Lee Chee Wan spoke at the 11th Asia Pacific Heart Rhythm Society Conference (APHRS) held in Taipei, Taiwan, on 17-20th October 2018.
As an invited speaker, he shared with peers from the region regarding the latest updates on stroke prevention in individuals with Atrial Fibrillation (AF) and the associated use of oral anti-coagulants.
Dr Lee Chee Wan co-chaired "Essential Updates on Diagnosis and Prevention of AF for Primary Care", a GP forum organised by the Asia-Pacific Heart Rhythm - Singapore Cardiac Society (APHR - SCS) on 13 October 2018 at the Four Seasons Hotel Singapore.
Dr Lee Chee Wan spoke to 20 healthcare professionals on "Novel Oral Anticoagulants (NOACs) –When and How to Use It" at the Chinese Swimming Club on 12 September 2018.
Dr Lee Chee Wan attending European Society of Cardiology 2018 congress in Munich, bringing back the latest advances in cardiology to his patients in Singapore and surrounding region.
Dr Lee Chee Wan spoke to around 100 employees at Leica Instruments on common heart-related conditions such as hypertension and high cholesterol, as well as how to manage these through lifestyle changes such as a healthier diet, physical activity and regular health screenings.
Dr Lee Chee Wan spoke to 20 general practitioners in the Yishun area on Hypertension - A Global Health Issue on 14 August 2018. He explained the diagnosis and management of various stages of hypertension, as well as the importance of early detection and treatment, and the need for an individualised and holistic treatment plan.
Dr Lee Chee Wan spoke to around 200 participants at Ageing Well from Inside Out, a health forum organised by Singapore Medical Group. Dr Lee shared on hypertension as a major health issue in older adults in Singapore, and advice on managing hypertension to reduce risk of coronary artery disease.
Dr Lee and Dr Nandakumar sharing during a DHG client event on lifestyle tips for a healthy heart and some common heart screening procedures.
Dr Lee explains to DJ Anna on 96.3好FM on the importance of performing CPR and getting someone into a recovery position if you witness them having a cardiac arrest.
Incorporated in 2005, Singapore Medical Group (SMG) is a private specialist and primary healthcare provider with a network of more than 20 medical specialties. The Group is committed to its promise of providing patient centred medical care and experience to every individual. SMG has 35 clinics and a growing network of SMG Associates all across the island.