Dr Neo Wee Thong

Clinical Interest:

Interventional oncology and hepatobiliary interventions


Dr Neo received his MBBS from the University of Melbourne in Australia in 2005, and spent his early medical career in Australia before returning to Singapore to pursue his post-graduate training in radiology. He was conferred the Fellowship of Royal College of Radiology (UK), as well as the Master of Medicine (Singapore) in 2011, and completed his radiology training in 2013 where he was certified by the Specialists Accreditation Board of Singapore.

Dr Neo was awarded the Singapore Radiological Society Lee Foundation Technology Transfer Fellowship in 2013 to receive training in imaging guided liver tumor ablation at Samsung Medical Center in Seoul, South Korea.

Thereafter, he received the Academic Medicine Development Award (AMDA) for further subspecialty training in interventional radiology in 2014, where he undertook a year-long fellowship at Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham (UK) to receive training in advanced imaging-guided interventions with particular focus in the area of oncology and hepatobiliary.

Prior to joining Raffles Hospital, Dr Neo was practicing as a consultant at National University Hospital and Ng Teng Fong General Hospital. He was also appointed Assistant Professor in Diagnostic Radiology at the NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, and was the associate program director for the residency program at NUHS.

Dr Neo’s area of specialty is in minimally-invasive imaging guided procedures including peripheral venous and arterial endovascular interventions, oncological interventions, renal-dialysis interventions, women’s and paediatric interventions. He has special interest in interventional oncology and hepatobiliary interventions where he received his sub-specialised fellowship training, and has experience in complex procedures such as thermal ablations, transarterial radio/chemo-embolisation, biliary interventions and transjugular intrahepatic portosystemic shunts (TIPSS).


MBBS (Aus), M Med (S’pore), FRCR (UK)