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Lam Pin Min

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Nationality  Singaporean
Role  Politician
Name  Lam Min

Profession  Politician
Party  People's Action Party
Lam Pin Min Incumbent Lam Pin Min will defend Sengkang West SMC
Education  National University of Singapore
Similar People  Lim Chin Siong, Lee Kuan Yew, Toh Chin Chye

Political party  People's Action Party

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Dr Lam Pin Min (simplified Chinese: 蓝彬明; traditional Chinese: 藍彬明; pinyin: Lán Bīn Míng; born 1 September 1969) is a politician and medical doctor from Singapore. A member of the country's governing People's Action Party (PAP), he is currently a Senior Minister of State in the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Transport. He has been a Member of Parliament (MP) since 2006.

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Career

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After graduating from medical school, Lam joined the Republic of Singapore Air Force as a medical officer. He served in the armed forces for nine years before moving into clinical practice in 2003. Prior to becoming a Minister of State, he served as a pediatric ophthalmologist at KK Women's and Children's Hospital and the Singapore National Eye Centre.

Political career

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Lam was first elected to parliament at the 2006 general election as a member of the PAP team in the Ang Mo Kio Group Representation Constituency. He was part of the six-member PAP team (led by Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong) which defeated the team from the Workers' Party by 96,636 votes (66.1%) to 49,479 (33.9%).

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At the 2011 general election, Lam's Sengkang West ward (which encompasses Anchorvale and Fernvale of Sengkang New Town) was made a single-member constituency. Lam stood in the single-member constituency and defeated Koh Choong Yong of the Workers' Party by 14,689 votes (58.1%) to 10,591 (41.9%).

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Lam served as the Chairman of the Government Parliamentary Committee for Health from 2009 to 2014 (having previously been the Deputy Chairman from 2006 to 2008).

In August 2014, Lam was appointed a Minister of State in the Ministry of Health.

Subsequently in May 2017, Dr Lam was appointed Senior Minister of State in the Ministr of Health and the Ministry of Transport.<ref> [1]. PMO Website

Education

Lam was educated in Anglo-Chinese School and National Junior College, before going on to medical school at the National University of Singapore. He is a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh.

Personal life

Lam is married and has two daughters.

References

Lam Pin Min Wikipedia


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