Dr Tim Ong

Dr Tim Ong

Dr. Tim Ong graduated from University Malaya in 1989. He did his housemanship (internship) in Kuala Lumpur General Hospital (now KL Hospital) for 1 year before being posted to serve 2 years in Duchess of Kent Hospital in Sandakan, Sabah.

In 1992, he returned to University Hospital for further training with the Primary Care Unit in preparation for his career as a private general practitioner. He joined a small group practice in 1993 before setting out on his own private practice in Bandar Sungai Long in July 1996.

Dr. Ong is also very active in Buddhist work. He was the founding President of Sungai Long Buddhist Society, which started in 1996 and was formally registered in 2006. He was also the founding President of the Maha Karuna Compassionate Home in Taman Midah which houses the old and the destitute.

Dr. Ong believes strongly in the benefits of meditation. He has been meditating since 1993. He has also written a book called “Meditation: Tool for Transformation” which is available in e-book format.

He has authored several books on personal transformation and health in e-book format. Two of them – The Book of Personal Transformation and Daily Mindfulness for Personal Transformation – are available in printed form. He is also one of the contributing authors to “101 Great Ways to Improve Your Life – Volume 3“, together with other contributing authors like Byron Katie, Mark Victor Hansen, Les Brown and Ken Blanchard.

Dr. Ong is also the webmaster of the Transformation Work website. He was featured in The Star newspapers several years ago for being one of the earliest doctors in the country to go online.

In addition, Dr. Ong also gives talks and conduct workshops on self improvement, personal transformation, mind science and spirituality.

Dr. Tim Ong’s Writings

You can learn more about Dr. Ong’s work through his writings. Click here for free access to his e-books.

Workshops facilitated by Dr. Ong

  1. The Personal Transformation Course
  2. Transformation through Emotions
  3. Embracing Life, Befriending Death