Team

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Dr Willian Chan
BSc., BVMS (Hons) Murdoch
MANZCVS (Small Animal Medicine)

Dr William Chan graduated from Murdoch University in Australia with 1st class honours, and has been working in Singapore since 2007. He thoroughly enjoys all aspects of small animal internal medicine and soft tissue surgery, and has pursued post-graduate training in endocrinology, medical neurology, gastroenterology, cardio-respiratory medicine, and ultrasonography. He is currently pursuing his Masters of Veterinary Medicine from Massey University New Zealand.

Dr Chan firmly believes that every patient should be treated as though they are his own pet, and veterinary students and colleagues that have worked with him will always remember his favourite mentoring phrase: “What would you do if this was your pet?” By influencing his professional team with this motto, he finds that all actions and decisions made are inevitably in the best interests of his patients.

Outside of work, Dr Chan is an avid competitive ballroom dancer, a sport in which he has been participating with his wife (and fellow veterinarian) since their vet school days. Their family is completed by Baki and Otah, slightly overweight cats which they adopted while studying in Australia.

 

 

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Dr Girisha Lakhiani
Bsc., BVMS (Hons) Murdoch 

Dr Girisha Lakhiani graduated from Murdoch University in 2004 with a BSc BVMS(Hons) degree. She has an interest in internal medicine and has completed a post graduate study in feline medicine with the University of Sydney in 2011. She enjoys soft tissue surgery and dermatology.

She has three cats, Tigger, Theodore and Ralphie that were adopted as kittens in Perth and has recently adopted Lola, an 8 month old naughty little chocolate Labrador puppy. Outside of work, she enjoys spending quality time with her husband and little boy. She is also passionate about painting, cooking, dancing and reading.

 

 

Dr Michael Qiu Chuanchen
BVSc (Hons) Melbourne 

Dr. Michael Qiu graduated from The University of Melbourne in 2013. He then worked in a busy emergency hospital in Perth for 2.5 years, caring for critically-ill patients such as snake-bite victims and toxin ingestions. Dogs and cats were not only the visitors – he has also seen rabbits, guinea pigs, parrots and even snakes! He has gained exposure to various aspects of emergency, dermatology, surgery and dentistry by working with the respective specialists in the hospital.

Dr. Michael is also an advocate for progressive learning – from attending talks and seminars on the latest medicine and diseases, to sharing information with his peers and clients.

During his free time, he likes to cycle, play basketball, and scuba dive.  He is also a fan of the Singapore otters!

 

 

Dr Ng Pei Xiang
BVMS, MRCVS (Glasgow)

Dr Ng’s interest in veterinary work developed at a very young age. Having volunteered himself at different veterinary practices and animal sanctuaries since his childhood days, he was exposed to caring for a range of animals big and small.

After obtaining the Diploma in Veterinary Technology from Temasek Polytechnic, he worked as a veterinary nurse in a busy small animal practice before pursuing his Veterinary Degree at the University of Glasgow. During his time at the University, he gained clinical experiences in emergency and critical care working as a veterinary care assistant in the Small Animal Hospital. His main area of interest includes all aspects of Companion Animal Surgery and Neurology.

He is also an avid traveller and enjoys hiking. His most enjoyable hike thus far was a 13hour, 25km hike to Trolltunga in Odda, Norway.

 

 

Dr Geoffrey Yeo
BSc, BVSc (Murdoch)

Dr Geoffrey Yeo graduated from Murdoch University in 2011, and has since returned to Singapore to begin his Veterinary career.
He has keen interests in Soft tissue Surgery, Dermatology, Nutrition, Emergency Medicine and Preventative Medicine.
He is a strong advocate of life-long education, and frequently attends seminars and conferences to keep up to date with the latest in veterinary proceedings.
He is a firm believer of preventative medicine, often incorporating supplements and herbs for his patients as adjunctive treatment plans.
Dr Geoffrey has three cats, Har kao, Siew Mai and Snowball which were all previously abandoned cats that he adopted.
For leisure, he enjoys working out at the gym, spending time with family, friends and pets and is an avid traveller.