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Dr. Lee Fang Jann
UROLOGY/ANDROLOGY (MENS HEALTH)
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Singapore
PRACTISING AT
URODOC


LANGUAGE

English
Mandarin Chinese
Chinese

SHORT BIOGRAPHY

Dr Lee Fang Jann is a Urology and Renal Transplant Surgeon with a subspecialty focus on men’s health, male subfertility, and minimally invasive kidney and prostate surgeries. Dr Lee has received numerous awards for service excellence such as the Service With A Heart Award (2006-2008, 2011) and the Singapore Health Quality Service Award (2016).

Prior to private practice, Dr Lee had served in the public sector for 16 years. He was Director of the Andrology and Male Subfertility Services at Singapore General Hospital (SGH), where he led the Renal Transplant Program and Laparoscopic Donor Nephrectomy Service as the Surgical Director. He was later appointed to the Ministry of Health (MOH)’s advisory committee on transplantation. He is currently a Visiting Consultant to SGH and National University Hospital.

Dr Lee graduated from National University of Singapore (NUS) with a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS). He underwent Urology Specialist Training at SGH and was awarded the Health Manpower Development Award by MOH, where he pursued a clinical fellowship in pancreas and renal transplant at Oxford Transplant Centre in the UK, training under Professor Peter Friend. His interest in advanced minimally invasive surgical techniques led him to pursue advanced laparoscopic and robotic training in the US, France and India. He was later admitted as a Fellow of the International College of Robotic Surgeons.

Apart from clinical work, Dr Lee is also active in academia and believes in the importance of grooming the next generation of doctors. He was Senior Clinical Lecturer at NUS’ Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine and currently, Adjunct Assistant Professor at the Duke-NUS Medical School. Dr Lee is also regularly invited to share his experiences locally and regionally through lectures, workshops and surgical demonstrations.

CREDENTIALS AND ACHIEVEMENTS

MBBS (Singapore), MRCS (Edin), MMED (Surg)(S'pore), FAMS (Urology)

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PRACTISING AT
URODOC


LANGUAGE

English
Mandarin Chinese
Chinese