Dr. Rowland Chin Wee Ming
Dr. Rowland Chin Wee Ming
B.SC, MBBS, MRCP, Fellowship in Interventional Cardiology (Australia)
KPJ Sabah Specialist Hospital
health is one of our greatest assets but most of us take it for granted
until the moment we no longer have it
Dr Rowland Chin is a local from Kota Kinabalu, who obtained his basic medical degree at the University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia in 1998. He subsequently completed his post grade specialist degree MRCP (UK) in 2004. Following this, Dr Rowland Chin was attached to the cardiology department of Queen Elizabeth Hospital and concentrated on his echocardiogram and non-invasive cardiology training. Dr Rowland Chin entered the intervention fellowship training at the Sarawak General Hospital, Kuching from 2006 to 2007. In 2008, He entered advanced fellowship training at the Monash Medical Centre, Melbourne, Australia, one of the main Australian heart centres for intervention and primary angioplasties. In 2009, Dr Chin returned to Kota Kinabalu and was one of the cardiologistsâ€™ team in setting up the Sabah Heart Centre angiogram services at the Queen Elizabeth 2 Hospital. The service grew and in 2013, Sabah Heart Centre became one of the top angiogram volume centre with almost 3000 procedures annually. Since 2009, Dr Rowland Chin has been a visiting cardiologist at the Sabah Medical Centre and now as a resident cardiologist who specialised in radial (hand) approach angiogram, angioplasties, pacemakers and echocardiography. His is friendly and comprehensive.
Pendidikan dan Keanggotaan
Interventional Cardiology Subspecialty training, Melbourne   2008 – 2009 , Interventional Cardiology Fellowship Training, Sarawak   2006 - 2008 , Good Clinical Practice Certificate   2004, Membership of Royal College of Physician, Glasgow (UK)   2004, Bachelor of Medicine & Surgery, New South of Wales, Australia   1999MMA. Malaysian Medical Association, National Heart Association of Malaysia
KPJ Sabah Specialist Hospital 2014 - Present
Consultant Cardiologist (Konsultan Kardiologi)
Sabah Medical Centre 2009 - 2013
Consultant Cardiologist(Konsultan Kardiologi)
Sarawak General Hospital 2006 - 2008
Interventional Cardiology Fellowship Training (Pelatihan Rekan Kardiologi Intervensi)
Queen Elizabeth Hospital 2004 - 2005
Cardiology Clinic (Klinik Kardiologi)
Kuala Lumpur Infectious Unit 2004 (1 Month)
HIV & Infectious Unit (Unit HIV & Penyakit Menular)
Queen Elizabeth Hospital 2004 -2004
In Charge of CCU / ICU (Penanggung Jawab Unit Perawatan Jantung/Koroner/Unit Perawatan Intensif)
Hospital Seremban 2001 - 2003
ICU / CCU Department (Departemen Unit Perawatan Jantung/Koroner/Unit Perawatan Intensif)
Hospital Beaufort 2000 - 2001
Medical Officer (Petugas Medis)
Queen Elizabeth Hospital 1999 - 2000
House Officer (House Officer)
Riset dan Publikasi
- Is Body Mass Index (BMI) Associated with the Number of Significantly Diseased Coronary Arteries: A Retrospective, Single Centre Analysis of 738 Patients.
- 2006 Combined Winter ISMICS/ASCTS Conference, Queensland, Australia. ECHOCARDIOGRAPHIC ASSESMENT OF LEFT ATRIAL MECHANICAL FUNCTION RECOVERY FOLLOWING MICROWAVE ATRIAL FIBRILLATION ABLATION AND/OR CARDIOVERSION BY A COMBINATION OF TRANSMITRAL AND PULMONARY VENOUS DOPPLER STUDY.
- Correlation of Age and Coronary Artery Disease Screening in Asymptomatic Postmenopausal Female Diabetics.
- MYLIVE 2007 Kuala Lumpur. Interesting Case Presentation. Pitfalls of Diameter Stenosis by Eyeball during Angiography: Underestimation of Lesion Severity.
- Central aortic pulse wave analysis and severity of coronary artery disease in patient presenting with acute coronary syndrome.
- Acute ischaemic mitral regurgitation and early major cardiovascular events in patients presenting with acute coronary syndrome.
- One year outcome in patients who underwent coronary ct angiography for atypical chest pain.
- Central Aortic Pulse Wave and The Quality of Coronary ARTERY calsium Assessed Using 64-MDCT in Asymptomatic Patients.
- Aberrant circadian pattern of hypertension correlate with left ventricular hypertrophy.
- Feasibility of the procam risk calculator in predicting significant coronary stenosis diagnosed on 64-multidetector row computed tomography in an Asian population.
- Impact of an onsite cardiac catheter laboratory and pharmacotherapy on clinical outcomes of acute coronary syndrome: a comparison of tertiary referral centre with a district general hospital.
- Transradial Coronary Precedures lower radiation exposure risk.
- American College of Cardiology 56th Annual Scientific Session, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA. March 24-27, 2007: Does increased subcutaneous adiposity againts heart disease in woman.
- 1st Society of Cardiac CT Scientific Meeting, Washington, USA July 2006: Use of 64-row MDCT and Syngo Circulation as a planning tool before percutaneous coronary intervention and stenting.