Our Doctor

Dr Jackson Jiang


MBBS (Singapore), MRCS Edinburgh (Surgery), Fellowship in Upper Limb (Wrightington Hospital, United Kingdom)

Dr Jackson is a Consultant hand surgeon who completed his basic medical degree (2006) and hand surgery specialist training (2016) in Singapore. In 2018 he spent a year furthering his training in Wrightington Hospital (United Kingdom) under the Health Manpower Development Program. Upon his return to Singapore he served as Director of the new Hand, Wrist and Reconstructive Microsurgery Service in Sengkang General Hospital.

He has special interests in hand trauma and wrist injuries. He has experience treating high demand athletes for their hand injuries. This includes working with Occupational Hand Therapists for conditioning to prevent future injuries.

In his free time Dr Jackson enjoys motorcycle touring, having ridden through the Lake and Peak Districts in England, Snowdonia in Wales, the TT Mountain Course of the Isle of Man and Mae Hong Son loop in Thailand. His furthest trip starting from Singapore was to Angkor Wat and Phnom Penh in Cambodia.

He believes that good treatment of hand injuries is like a good road trip, requiring forward planning, informed knowledge, physical endurance, calm confidence and a cohesive team. This should take into account every participant’s different circumstances and goals.

Professional Appointments and
Committee Memberships

  • Consultant and Head of Hand Surgery (Sengkang General Hospital)
  • Visiting Consultant, Department of Hand and Reconstructive Medicine (Singapore General Hospital)
  • Visiting Consultant, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery (KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital)
  • Visiting Consultant, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery
    (Khoo Teck Puat Hospital)
  • Clinical lecturer, NUS YLL School of Medicine
  • Adjunct Assistant Professor, Duke-NUS
  • LKC School of Medicine Adjunct teaching Faculty
  • Physician Faculty – Hand Residency Program


Health Manpower Development Plan (HMDP) Training Fellowship (2018)

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