| 16 March 1966 (age 49)
Singapore (1966-03-16) |
National University of Singapore
People's Action Party
Fatimah Lateef Wikipedia
Assoc Prof Fatimah binte Abdul Lateef (Jawi: فاطمه بنت عبداللتايف; born 16 March 1966) is a Singaporean politician. A member of the country's governing People's Action Party (PAP), she currently serves as a member of parliament (MP) for Marine Parade Group Representation Constituency (GRC) for the ward of Geylang Serai. She has been an MP since 2006.
Fatimah had her early education at CHIJ Opera Estate (now CHIJ (Katong) Primary), CHIJ Katong and Temasek Junior College. She then went on the National University of Singapore, where she completed her Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) at the Faculty of Medicine. She subsequently obtained an FRCS (A&E) from the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh as well as sub-specialisations in Emergency Cardiovascular and Neurovascular care and Prehospital care Medicine from the Medical College of Virginia and the University of Cincinnati.
Fatimah is currently a senior consultant in the Department of Emergency Medicine at Singapore General Hospital.
Fatimah was first elected to parliament at the 2006 general election as an MP for Marine Parade GRC. She has been representing the ward of Geylang Serai since then.