Dr Chan Koo Guan

Dr Koo Guan | JPMC Brunei
Dr Chan Koo Guan
Specialty: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon

About The Doctor

Length of Work: 

MBChB (hons), MRCS(United Kingdom), CCT PRS (RACS, Australia), EBOPRAS

1992 to 1997
Medical School, University of Manchester, United Kingdom

1999 to 2002
Basic Surgical Trainee, North East Regional Rotation, Newcastle Upon Tyne, United Kingdom

2004 to 2006
Plastic and Reconstructive Surgical Trainee, St. James’ University, Leeds, United Kingdom

2007 to 2011
Honorary Registrar, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Princess Alexandra Hospital, Brisbane, Australia

2011 to present
Consultant Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon, RIPAS Hospital, Brunei Darussalam

Board Certifications & Affiliations

  • Fellow of European Board of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons [2015]
  • Certificate of Completion of Training in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, Australia [2011]
  • Member of Royal College of Surgeons of England and Edinburgh, United Kingdom [2001]
  • MBChB (hons(, University of Manchester, United Kingdom [1997]

General Information

Sub-specialty interest in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery includes microvascular reconstructive surgery, hand surgery, breast and aesthetic surgery. Clinical emphasis on holistic care approach on every patient as unique individual. Takes pride and joy in seeing patients treated return to normal functional capacity from an occupational, social and psychological perspective.
As well as relishing challenges in surgery, also seek to do so outside of work. So far completed three full marathon runs and planning to take part in more similar physical challenges locally and internationally as an advocate of healthy and active lifestyle.

Feedback Form

How JPMC Can Help You

We welcome patient feedback, to tell us what we are doing right now and what we can improve. We would like you to think about your recent experience with our service. How likely are you to recommend our practice to friends and family if they needed similar care or treatment?