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Dr Muhammed Bin Idu Jion

Dr Muhammed Bin Idu Jion from National Heart Centre Singapore

Dr Muhammed Bin Idu Jion

​MBBS (Spore), M Med (Int Med), MRCP (UK), FAMS


Specialty: Cardiology

Sub-specialties: Interventional Cardiology, Nuclear Cardiology

Conditions Treated by this Doctor:
Coronary Artery Disease, Heart Attack.

Clinical Appointments

  • Consultant Department of Cardiology National Heart Centre SingaporeNational Heart Centre Singapore
  • Consultant NHCS Cardiology @ SKH Sengkang General HospitalSengkang General Hospital


Dr Muhammed Bin Idu Jion is a Consultant from the Department of Cardiology with the National Heart Centre Singapore. He has experience managing a wide variety of general cardiology conditions, and is trained in Interventional Cardiology procedures as well as Cardiac Nuclear Imaging. 

Dr Idu graduated from the National University of Singapore in 2003. He completed his Basic Specialist Training in Internal Medicine in 2008 and completed his Advance Specialist Training in Cardiology in 2014. He believes in a patient-centric approach to Cardiac health and would work towards optimising the health of his patients.


  • ​Advance Specialist Training and Specialist accreditation (Cardiology) (2014)
  • American College of Sports Medicine, Certified Clinical Exercise Specialist (2013)
  • MRCP (UK) (2008)
  • M Med (Int Med) (2008)
  • MBBS (S’pore) (2003)

Professional Appointments and Committee Memberships

  • Consultant, Department of Cardiology, National Heart Centre Singapore May 2020 – Present
  • ​Associate Consultant, Department of Cardiology, National Heart Centre Singapore 2017 – April 2020
  • Visiting Associate Consultant, Department of Cardiology, National Heart Centre Singapore 2014 – 2017


Research Interests

Publications and Research Trials

  • ​Gender Difference in Exercise Tolerance for Patients in Singapore. Lin Zhiyong, John C. Allen, Jr, Peter Ting, Muhammad Idu, Tan Swee Yaw. Duke NUS Scientific congress 2014
  • Non-Traumatic Rhabdomyolysis following Minimal Physical Exertion – Case Series and Review of Literature. Tan Y S,  Chue K M,  Lau W L, Mak H W, Muhammad Idu. Asia-Pacific Military Health Exchange 2017.

Research Trials