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Clin Assoc Prof Suzanna Sulaiman

Clin Assoc Prof Sulaiman Suzanna

MBChB (Glasgow), MMed (O&G) (Spore), MRCOG (UK)

Head & Senior Consultant

KK Women's and Children's Hospital

Specialty: Obstetrics & Gynaecology, General Obstetrics and Gynaecology

Conditions Treated by this Doctor:
Fibroids, Fibroids of the uterus, First Trimester Screening & Non-Invasive Prenatal Testing, Menstrual Disorders/Abnormal Vaginal Bleeding, Ovarian Cysts, Subfertility.

Clinical Appointments

  • Deputy Chairman Division of Obstetrics & Gynaecology KK Women's and Children's HospitalKK Women's and Children's Hospital
  • Head & Senior Consultant Obstetrics & Gynaecology KK Women's and Children's HospitalKK Women's and Children's Hospital
  • Head of Inpatient Services & Senior Consultant Obstetrics & Gynaecology KK Women's and Children's HospitalKK Women's and Children's Hospital


Dr Suzanna Sulaiman is passionate in ensuring things are done right in the first place. She has dedicated her time and passion in Patient Safety at a very young age involving in JCI. It is hence of no surprise that she is now a Patient Safety Council and Head of Inpatient Services. Dr Suzanna regards her patients and ward teams like family. Whatever she deems she would want for herself, she would go all out for her patients and team. Her plans of management for the patients are succinct. She has managed to rope her subsidised Ward team to do dedicated Consultant Ward Rounds. She makes sure that ward teams are well supported with proper time table for Consultant Rounds and encourages all levels to work as a team in management of ward patients. She has also been recently appointed Patient Safety Champion, enabling her to have platform to train others to ‘Speak Up’ for Zero Harm, 2020.

She has always been keen in training and ensuring that patients receive optimal care at all times. She is a dedicated teacher and has helped students and residents achieve poster/oral presentations during electives. She believes that to nurture at an early stage as early as medical school years will produce good doctors. In this capacity, Dr Suzanna also oversees the teaching sessions for the Junior Doctors. She has an open door policy with the PGY1s to allow the PGY1s to approach her for any issues. As a mentor/senior, she is approachable, caring and with vast experience, is always able to see light in something that may have been first seen as negative. Her positiveness in life has touched many juniors to improve and be better doctors in serving the public.

Clinically, she continues to embark in Obstetrics and general gynaecology. Her patients regard her as their pillar of strength at all stages of pregnancy. She places an element of motivation to even patients inclusive of encouraging them to attempt exclusive breastfeeding. On another hand, she also helps run CARE – Clinic for the Teenage Pregnant Single Girls. She believes in providing support and guidance to improve their lifestyle and be better mothers and if possible to return to school.


  • MMED (O&G) (Singapore) 2007
  • Member of Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (MRCOG) (UK) 2007
  • Diploma of Faculty Family Planning (UK) 2002
  • MBChB (Glasgow) 2000

Professional Appointments and Committee Memberships

  • Examiner & Adjunct Clinician Educator to YLL School of Medicine, NUS
  • Examiner to Duke NUS Medical School
  • Program Director for PGY1 Singhealth Residency, SingHealth
  • Lead for OBGYN Clinical Quality and Patient Safety Committee, OBGYN Residents, KKH
  • Assessor IN-Hospital Clinical Training Modules for OBGYN Residency, KKH
  • Senior Consultant 2018 – Current
  • Consultant 2013 – 2018
  • Patient Safety Council 2017 – Current
  • Hospital Quality and Safety Standards Committee 2018 – Current


  • First Prize - Residency-led Reflective Learning Practice as an Alternative to Mortality and Morbidity Conferences in Obstetrics & Gynaecology Residency Education (Oral) 2017
  • Retained Products of Conception in a postmenopausal patient in Tamoxifen(Oral) 2017
  • Patient Safety Champion - ACP 2017
  • Superstar SingHealth Quality Service Award 2016 

Research Interests

  • To what extent has situated learning improved in the PGY1 Doctors in KKH after the educational interventions?
  • A review of presentation and management of urinary tract infections in pregnancy
  • Repeat Pregnancy in a Single Adolescents in a Tertiary Hospital
  • Evaluation of use of the Amniotic Fluid in the management of Uncomplicated Pregnancies
  • A 2 year review of factors associated with repeat evacuation of retained products of conception after termination of pregnancy and evacuation of uterus 


  • Janice Tung, LK Kwek, S Nadarajah & S Sulaiman. Birth Outcomes and Successive Pregnant Rates in Adolescents Attending a Speclialised Antenatal Clinic. Annals, Academia of Medicine. Accepted for Publication 2017
  • AN Xinhui, S Sulaiman & S Tagore. Challenges of a Large Cervical Fibroid in Pregnancy O & G International Journal. 2016; 5(3):00161
  • LK Kwek, S Sulaiman, Y Hassan & S Nadarajah. Clinic for the Adolescent Pregnant(CARE) – 5 years On. O & G International Journal. 2016; 5(5):00172
  • HX Chin, E Koh, SH Chew, SK Lim, S Sulaiman & YK Lim. Primary Neuroendocrine Carcinoma of the Endometrium - a case report. European Journal of Gynaecological Oncology. 2016(11):3625-35
  • S Sulaiman, TY Low & S Nadarajah. Teenage Obstetrics Clinic- Two Years’ Experience SJOG. 2014; 45(1):1-5 

Research Trials