Dr Jack Tan graduated from the Faculty of Medicine, the National University of Singapore in 1997. In 2007, he spent one year at UC Davis Medical Center, Sacramento with Dr John Laird to complete his peripheral vascular interventional program. He is doubly accredited for cardiology and intensive care medicine in Singapore. He is the deputy head of cardiology and director of the coronary care unit at the National Heart Centre Singapore and the head of cardiology at Sengkang General Hospital. He is a practicing interventional cardiologist and holds associate professor appointments at Duke NUS and lecturer appointments at the Yong Loo Lin Medical School. He was then selected for the executive MBA course and graduated in the Dean’s list for his cohort at the Singapore Management University in 2013.
Dr Jack Tan successfully organized the ASEAN Federation of Cardiology Congress 2012 as the scientific chairman and was the organizing chairman for the Asian Pacific Society of Cardiology meeting 2017. Currently, he is an executive board member at Singapore Heart Foundation, APSIC (Asian Pacific Society of Interventional Cardiology) and ISCP (International Society of Cardiovascular Pharmacotherapy). He is the immediate past president of SCS (Singapore Cardiac Society) and immediate past board member (Continental chair) of WHF (World Heart Federation). He is the standing president of ISCP and APSC (Asian Pacific Society of Cardiology). He is currently Head and Senior Consultant at the National Heart Center in Singapore.
- Head and Senior Consultant, National Heart Center Singapore, Singapore, SG, 2002 – Present
- Deputy Head, National Heart Center Singapore, Singapore, SG, 2021
- Head of Cardiology, NHCS Cardiology, Sengkang General Hospital, 2015 – 2021
- SingHealth Duke-NUS Cardiovascular Sciences Academic Clinical Programme
- Singapore Management University: Executive MBA (Dean’s List), 2013
- Master of Medicine (Internal Medicine), National University of Singapore (NUS), 2002
- Royal College of Physicians (UK) diploma, 2002
- Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery, NUS, 1997
- Public Administration Medal (Bronze), Singapore’s National Day from the Prime Minister’s office, 2020
- Outstanding Clinical Faculty award for Internal Medicine Residency Program, 2015
- Top 21 Young Leaders Award: Faculty Cardiovascular Research Technologies, 2011
- SingHealth Service Quality award (Silver), 2012
- SingHealth Service Quality award (Bronze), 2009 and 2007