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Professor Goh Hak Su graduated with a double degree in Science and Medicine from King’s College Hospital Medical School, London and trained in Colorectal at St Mark’s Hospital, London. He is referred to as the “Founding Father of Colorectal Surgery” in Singapore.

With the support of the then Director of Medical Services, Dr Kwa Soon Bee, and the Ministry of Health in 1989, Professor Goh established the Department of Colorectal Surgery in Singapore General Hospital, the first such department in Singapore and the ASEAN region.

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About the Centre


Goh Hak-Su Colon & Rectal Centre is a specialist clinic in Singapore for the treatment and the management of colorectal diseases. The wide range of conditions include colorectal cancer, diverticular disease and inflammatory bowel disease to perianal conditions like piles, fistula and fissure to functional disorders like constipation and faecal incontinence.

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Colorectal Diseases &


Provides comprehensive diagnosis, treatment and follow-up care for all patients with colorectal conditions from colorectal cancer, diverticular disease, inflammatory bowel disease, constipation, incontinence to perianal conditions like haemorrhoids, fistula and fissures.

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  In the rapidly developing countries of South East
Asia, colorectal cancer (cancer of the large bowel)
is becoming one of the most prevalent cancers.

Colorectal Cancer
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Haemorrhoids or Piles
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Laparoscopic Colorectal Surgery

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  Colorectal Polyps Bloated Tummy Bad Breath & Embarrassing Wind Lowdown on Constipation Modern Treatment of Piles  


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A polyp is a fleshy growth which can be found in many parts of the body. Unlike other polyps, a colorectal polyp is clinically important because it has the potential of becoming cancerous...
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Bloated Tummy is a very commong complaint. Most cases are harmless and self-limiting, usually caused by gas or food indiscretion, but some are serious and dangerous...
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Bad Breath &
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Usually the propagators are blissfully unaware of it and it’s the surrounding people who have to bear with it 90% of pathological bad breath is caused by oral bacteria...
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Constipation or difficulty in passing motion is very common. Everyone has experienced this unpleasant symptom. Most cases of constipation are harmless and easily treated...
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Modern Treatment
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Piles or haemorrhoids are very common – probably 50% of adults in Singapore would have experienced symptoms of piles This is because everyone has piles tissues...
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Operating Hours

6 Napier Road, Suite 04-08, Gleneagles Medical Centre, Singapore 258499
Tel: +65 6473 0408 | Fax: +65 6474 4588
Email: [email protected]
Mon - Fri - 9 am to 5 pm
Sat- 9 am to 1 pm
Closed on Sundays and Public Holidays
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