Surgeon suspended eight months, for the second time, for not giving a patient enough medical leave

Dr Kevin Yip Man Hing was suspended in 2019 for a similar infraction.

PHOTO: KEVIN YIP
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SINGAPORE - An orthopaedic surgeon has been suspended eight months for not giving a patient sufficient medical leave following an accident.

Dr Kevin Yip Man Hing, who practises at Singapore Sports and Orthopaedic Clinic at Gleneagles Medical Centre, was suspended last year for a similar infraction - also for eight months.

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