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Dr Arellano Sergio

Dr Sergio Arellano from Sengkang General Hospital

Dr Arellano Sergio

​LMS (Spain), MCEM (UK), FCEM (UK)

Associate Consultant

Specialty: Emergency Medicine

Clinical Appointments

  • Associate Consultant Department of Emergency Medicine Sengkang General HospitalSengkang General Hospital


Dr Sergio Arellano completed his medical undergraduate at the Faculty of Medicine, University of Zaragoza, Spain.

He moved then to the UK where he joined the rotation program at the North West London Hospitals, leading to the completion of the Fellowship of the Royal College of Emergency Medicine.

He rotated through the Imperial College NHS Trust and the Chelsea & Westminster NHS trust hospitals, as well as the regional hospital network to achieve his goal.

Dr Arellano travelled extensively through Central America, Asia and Australia, where he joined the national Australasian training scheme as part of the UK training program.

Dr Sergio was the Emergency Director of the largest Emergency Clinic in Ho Chi Minh City, being responsible of the coordination of the services with other satellite hospitals, as well as organizing the recruiting of casualties and repatriation services at international scale.

Dr Arellano joined Sengkang General Hospital in 2017 as an Associate Consultant. His main interest are teaching and travel medicine.


  • Licentiate in Medicine and Surgery, University of Zaragoza (Spain)
  • Membership of the Royal College of Emergency Medicine, London (UK)
  • Fellowship of the Royal College of Emergency Medicine, London (UK)

Professional Appointments and Committee Memberships

  • Advance Life Support (ALS) Instructor
  • Advance Trauma Life Support (ATLS) Instructor
  • Advance Paediatric Life Support (APLS) Provider
  • Travel and Expedition Medicine Instructor


Research Interests


  • Violence related injuries, deaths and disabilities in the capital of Honduras.  Yacoub S1, Arellano S, Padgett-Moncada D. Injury. 2006 May; 37(5):428-34. Epub 2006 Feb 21.

Research Trials