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Dr Michelle Tan Woei Jen

Dr Michelle Tan Woei Jen

MBBS, M.Med (Family Medicine), FCFP (S'pore)

Head & Senior Consultant


Specialty: Family Medicine

Clinical Interest: Family Medicine

Clinical Appointments

  • Head & Senior Consultant Family Medicine Continuing Care Singapore General HospitalSingapore General Hospital

Academic Appointments

  • Director, Acute and Transitional Care SingHealth Duke-NUS Family Medicine Academic Clinical Programme
  • Faculty, SingHealth Family Medicine Residency Program
  • Clinical Assistant Professor for the Duke-NUS Family Medicine Clerkship Community Care module


Dr Michelle received her basic medical degree from the National University of Singapore. Her post graduate training includes a Masters of Medicine in Family Medicine and she is a fellow of the College of Family Physicians Singapore. Since May 2021, Dr Tan has lead the department of Family Medicine & Continuing Care to help drive new transitional care models and services in SGH.


  • MBBS
  • M.Med (Family Medicine)
  • FCFP (S'pore)

Professional Appointments and Committee Memberships


Research Interests


  1. Demographic Profile, Clinical Characteristics, Motivations and Weight-Loss Outcomes from a Non-Surgical Weight Management Programme. Tan WJ, Wong TK. Original article. Singapore Medical Journal 2014:55(3):150-154. 
  2. Certifying Causes of Death in Family Practice. Michelle Tan WJ. Original article. The Singapore Family Physician 2015 Vol. 41: 44-47. ISSN 0377-5305.
  3. COVID-19 Infected Kidney Transplant Patients Outpatient Management- A Single-center Experience with a Hospital-at-home Program. Liew IT, Tan WJM, Ho QY, Thangaraju S, Jin H, Ng E, He X, Kwan N, Kee Terence. Letter to the Editor. Transplantation 2022 Dec 2;206(23):e525-e527.
  4. Outcomes of a “Hospital at Home” Programme for the Supervised Home Recovery of COVID-19 Patients in Singapore. Michelle WJ Tan, Arciga MG Aller, Arbain JB, Towle R, Lim SF, Tang WH, Low LL.
  5. Original Article. Proceedings of Singapore Healthcare 2023; Vol 32: 1-7.
  6. "mHealth Application to Facilitate Remote Care for Patients with COVID-19: Rapid Development of the DrCovid+ ". Jamaica PY Tan, WJ Michelle Tan, RM Towle, Joanne SW Lee, XF Lei, Y Liu, Rick SM Goh, CP Franklin Tan, TC Tan, Daniel SW Ting, CE Lee, LL Low. Original Article. Journal of Medical Internet Research Formative Research. 2023.
  7. An Outpatient Model of Care for COVID-19 Infected Kidney Transplant Patients – The Hospital-at-Home. Liew IT, Tan WJ, Ho QY, S Thangaraju S, Yong JH, Ng E, He X, Kwan N, T Kee. Original Article. Nephrology. 2023.

Research Trials