Associate Professor Benjamin Ong is the former CEO and Director of Medical Services at the National University Health System in Singapore; now the Senior Vice President (Health Education & Resources) at the National University of Singapore (NUS). He is a trained neurologist after obtaining his MBBS at NUS in 1991; specialising in the fields of neuroimmunology and neuroepidemiology. Benjamin Ong has provided leadership in Healthcare Information Technology development and process improvement in patient care delivery, and was the Chairman of the Integrated Health Information Systems Singapore.
In recognition of the extensive work he has accomplished, Benjamin has been awarded the National Day Public Administration Medal (Silver) for his leadership contributions in 2009. In 2013, he also received the Long Service Medal by the President of the Republic of Singapore in recognition of his dedicated service. In 2015, he received the Public Administration Medal (Gold) for outstanding efficiency, competence and industry.
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