Dr Audrey Pang

MB BChir (Cambridge, U.K.) MMed (S’pore) FRCOphth (London) FAMS (Ophth)

Dr Audrey Pang is a Consultant Eye Surgeon who manages both adult and paediatric eye conditions. In addition to providing comprehensive care for General Ophthalmology conditions and performing Adult Cataract surgery regularly, she also has a special interest in myopia, amblyopia, paediatric cataract and paediatric eye disorders. Her surgical interest is in performing strabismus (squint) surgery for both adults and children.

She completed her undergraduate medical training at the University of Cambridge and her postgraduate Ophthalmology specialist training in Singapore. She is an accredited Fellow of the Royal College of Ophthalmologists in London and is fellowship-trained in Paediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus. She completed her clinical fellowship at the Addenbrookes Hospital (NHS), Cambridge, U.K. After her fellowship, she also attended short clinical observerships at Johns Hopkins Wilmer Eye Institute (USA) and Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children (London). She is also a Fellow with the Academy of Medicine Singapore.

Formerly the Deputy Head of the Paediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus service and a Consultant Ophthalmologist at Tan Tock Seng Hospital (TTSH), she believes in creating a conducive environment for young doctors to learn the art of good communication, equip them with the skills of examining and treating patients from the youngest child to the oldest senior, in order to deliver the best care for patients. It gives her great joy to help patients regain their vision, realign their eyes, or prevent visual loss through early detection and timely treatment. She continues to contribute as a Visiting Consultant to both the TTSH and NUH Departments of Ophthalmology.

Dr Pang is fluent in English and Mandarin. Married with three young children, Dr Pang enjoys spending her free time with her family and discovered her passion for early childhood education, through watching her children learn and grow. Besides helping children maximise their visual potential through her day-to-day clinical work, she also loves to encourage fellow mums and dads in their journey of parenting.