“Dr. Liew Hui Min is a fully accredited Specialist Consultant in Dermatology with the Ministry of Health in Singapore and the General Medical Council (UK). She has a special focus on children (paediatric) and women's dermatology, genital dermatology, in addition to general medical adult dermatology.”
Dr. Liew Hui Min graduated with commendation from the University of Dundee Medical School in the UK. She undertook her medical training in the UK and obtained her membership to the Royal College of Physicians (MRCP(UK)). During her specialist training in dermatology, she was attached to various prestigious hospitals in the UK, such as University of Leeds Hospitals, Glasgow Royal Infirmary, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital.
She completed her dermatology training at the King’s College Hospital in London, having qualified as a dermatologist under the Joint Royal Colleges of Physicians Training Board and London Deanery, UK. She has more than 12 years of experience in dermatology.
She attained fellowship with the Academy of Medicine, Singapore and is also a member of other renowned organisations in this field. These include the Dermatological Society of Singapore, Allergy and Clinical Immunology Society (Singapore), Paediatric Dermatology Focus Group of Dermatological Society of Singapore, international fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology, international member of the Women’s Society of Dermatology, and Collegiate Member of Royal College of Physicians (UK).
Upon returning to Singapore in 2014, Dr. Liew served as a Specialist Consultant in KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital (“KKH”), where she sub-specialised in paediatric, women, obstetric, and vulva dermatology. She helped to develop new services in paediatric and women’s dermatology (in particular obstetric and vulva dermatology) at KKH. She also helped to set up multidisciplinary clinics such as chronic eczema and psychodermatology clinic for children. During her time at KKH, she held several leadership roles such as Patient Safety and Educational Lead in dermatology service. She was also a Visiting Consultant in Singapore General Hospital, running dermatology clinics. To date, Dr Liew continues to contribute to the community by serving as a Visiting Consultant at KKH.
She is also actively involved in the furthering of medical education by providing lectures to fellow colleagues, medical students and the community in public forums. She was conferred the title of Adjunct Assistant Professor at the Duke-NUS Medical School for her contribution to the Singapore medical education. In addition, she was also a clinical lecturer to Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine and Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, and an honorary lecturer at the University of Leeds.
As an avid researcher, Dr Liew continues to contribute to medical research in the field of dermatology. She has published her work in multiple peer-reviewed scientific journals. She has been invited as a speaker at various local and regional dermatology conferences, particularly those focusing on paediatrics. She was part of the organizing committee of the Regional Scientific Meeting of Paediatric Dermatology 2018 in Singapore.
Her commitment to the care of her patients saw her winning the KKH Service from the Heart Award in 2014.
She is also able to converse fluently in English, Bahasa, and Chinese (Mandarin, Hokkien and Cantonese dialects).
Dr Liew is currently practising at SOG – HM Liew Skin & Laser Clinic located at Gleneagles Hospital.