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Dr Low Kah Tzay

Paediatrician
 

Anson International Paediatric & Child Development Clinic
Paragon Medical #13-07
290 Orchard Road, S 238859

Professional Statement

Dr Low Kah Tzay graduated from National University of Singapore (NUS) and obtained his Master in Paediatric Medicine from the Graduate School of Medical Studies in NUS. He joined National University Hospital as a paediatrician in 1997. He was accredited as a Paediatric Specialist by Ministry of Health, Singapore. He spent a year as a Senior Fellow in Monash Medical Centre, Victoria, Australia in 2000 and sub-specialized in the field of Newborn and Developmental Medicine.

 On his return, he worked in National University Hospital (NUH), Singapore as a Consultant Paediatrician in the Dept of Neonatology and The Children Medical Institute. He also held the appointment of Clinical Lecturer at the Faculty of Medicine, National University of Singapore. He was awarded the Post-graduate Teaching Excellence award in 2002. Whilst in NUH, he was the convenor of the monthly Hospital Perinatal Meeting and was involved in research on the cytokines in the neonates, and long term respiratory and neurodevelopmental outcome of at-risk babies. After working with many parents with premature and sick babies, he also re-started the support group for parents with premature babies, the Early Starter Club.

 He became a Fellow of the Academy of Medicine, Singapore in 2000 and an International Fellow, American Academy of Pediatrics in 2003. He is registered with the Singapore Medical Council and the General Medical Council, United Kingdom. He is now in private practice in Mt Elizabeth Hospital (MEH), Singapore. He is a visiting consultant to the Children Specialist Clinic at National University Hospital, Singapore.

What I do

Dr Low Kah Tzay provides clinical services such as:
- Child health supervision – management of childhood illness
- Assessment of Growth & Development
- Childhood and adolescent immunization
- Neurodevelopment assessment and intervention
- Management of children with learning disabilities and special needs such as ADHD & Autism
- Intensive care of newborn & premature babies
- Perinatal co-management of high risk pregnancy
- Management of childhood illness (out-patient and in-patient)