• Our Doctors

    We are dedicated to being the preferred provider of care, with innovative use of technology,
    experienced doctors and well-trained staff who collaborate to offer the best diagnosis and treatment plans.

    Dr. David Wong Hock Khiam

    09/2008 MBA (Hospital management), Australia.
    06/2000 MD, National Taiwan University, Taiwan R.O.C
    Internal Medicine
    Intensive Care Medicine

    KPJ Sabah Specialist Hospital

    Location: Suite 6-11, Level 6
    Type: Resident Doctor
    Tel: 088-322 063
    Dr David Wong is a Sabahan who was born in Kudat and bred in Kota Kinabalu. He is a fully registered doctor in both Malaysia and Taiwan with many years of experience in internal medicine and critical care medicine. He is a self-starter and good in communication. Dedicated in work and community services. Fluent in English, Malay, Mandarin, Hakka, Hokkien and Cantonese. Moved back to Sabah in year 2008 in view of family and community services (Under Program Pakar). He served in Queen Elizabeth Hospital I, II and Sultanah Aminah Hospital Johor Bahru for total five years (Head in the Intensive Care Unit) and joined KPJ Sabah Specialist Hospital since 03/2014. He provided “wholistic care” but not “organ-specific care” for his patient, especially for those with complicated co-morbidities. By doing this he is able to reduce patient mortality, length of hospital stay and the cost. Besides, he has special knowledge and skills in the airway problem such as invasive & non-invasive ventilation (The care that beyond respiration). For the internal medicine, he is not only a general physician who can treat general medical diseases (diabetes, hypertension, dyslipidemia, gouty arthritis etc), but he is also able to combine modern western and traditional medicine to treat certain diseases such as difficult asthma, refractory dizziness, hypertension, COPD, anemia or even terminal illness diseases. Dr David Wong is also a columnist for years in Mandarin Newspaper like Sin Chew, See Hua, Asia Times, Overseas Chinese Daily Newspaper and so on. Strongly believe in the phrase: "I took the road less travelled by, and that has made all the difference" by Robert Frost – American Poet 1874-1963.

    Board Certificates

    1. National Specialist Register Number: 127362
    2. Academic of Medicine of Malaysia
    3. Membership of American College of Physician
    4. Sessional Lecturer School of Medicine, University of Malaysia Sabah
    5. Sessional Lecturer College of Allied Health, Johor Bahru, Johor
    6. Malaysia Medical Council Registration Number: 47403
    7. Life member of Malaysian Medical Association
    8. Life Member of Malaysian Society of Intensive Care
    9. Medical Advisor of Sabah Hwaxia Zhineng Qigong Association
    10. Vice President of KK Huang Clan (Jiang Xia) Association Sabah
    11. Committee member of Alumni Association of Taiwan, Sabah

    Specialty Interests

    1. Invasive and Non-invasive ventilation (The care beyond respiration)
    2. Combine modern western and traditional medicine to treat certain diseases such as brittle asthma, refractory dizziness, hypertension, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, anemia and terminally-ill diseases
    3. Continuous Extracorporeal Blood Purification Therapy
    4. Toxicology
    5. Hospital Management
    6. Medical Education (Column writing) in: Sin Chew, Guang Ming Ribao, OCDN, See Hua, Asia Times Daily Newspaper and Eye Asia Magazine.

    1. Investigator for IMPRESS study
    2. Co-investigator for Rational Fluid Therapy in Asia (RaFTA) study
    3. Malaysian Registry of Intensive Care Database Collection
    4. Organophosphate Intoxication Study in Puli Christian Hospital, Taiwan R.O.C

    1. Wong HK. Xanthogranulomatous pyelonephritis in a patient with extension to the right liver lobe–A case report and review.Journal of Puli Christian Hospital 2007 Vol 1 95-102
    2. Wong HK, Kuo HT, Tsai SL et al. Isolate gastric varices due to focal vein stenosis – A case report and review. J Formos Med Assoc 2004; 103:640-3
    3. Wong HK, Chong CC. Prion disease – Creutzfeldt Jakob Disease - A case report and review. Journal of Internal Medicine of Taiwan Feb 2002 Vol13 No 1


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