Dr Wendy Teo graduated in 2002 from Yoo Loo Lin Medical School, National University of Singapore and obtained her MBBS. She furthered her studies and obtained MRCOG from the Royal College of O&G, the UK in the tear 2007. Dr Tan has a special interest in infertility, where she provides flexible patient management by placing the needs of her patients first. Apart from that, she was a member of the Obstetrics and Gynaecology (O&G) Ward Workflow Improvement Committee in 2004. Besides ...
Wendy Women's Clinic
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Well my wife feels happy for every session to see our gynae. Seeing Dr Wendy has this "distress" effect on my wife - which I think is really good. During every session we always ask a lot of questions (both of us are paranoid haha) and our doctor always take time to explain - making my wife feel very comfortable. One thing I really like about her is that she will always end her session with "is there anything else you'd like to ask?" and after we have exhausted all our questions she would always wish us "take care".
I must say that our doctor is:
(1) very experienced
(2) very decisive which is VERY VERY important giving the situation changes drastically in a very short period of time (my wife was crying begging her to try normal delivery and I asked Dr Wendy is there a chance she could deliver our baby via natural birth and her answer is a firm but motherly voice of "No"
(3) very calm and does her best to comfort my wife
I guess we were really lucky: we chose the right gynae.
Both my husband and I are very happy with Dr Wendy Teo. She's an empathetic, highly experienced (you can see her credentials published on her clinic's website), and decisive obgyn. These qualities together, inspire confidence and trust in her - very important! She presented adequately to us the options available (supplements, screenings, procedures etc) and her recommendations at the various key stages of my pregnancy journey. Appreciates that many of us nowadays gather a lot of information from online sources, and patiently addressed any questions we may have arising from those readings.
Had our baby on a Sunday. On the day my water bag popped (a Sunday), Dr Wendy was readily contactable from the start (2+am), and communicated well with Mount E Novena / the anaesthetist. Throughout our wait for further dilation and effacement, we were supported and monitored closely by MEN's nursing staff, and were aware that they continue to update and get instructions from Dr Wendy. With first examination by Dr Wendy at dawn (6+am) and later (11+am), our baby was safely delivered.
Heard from MEN nurse that she also attended to two other patients who had safe deliveries that same day.
Generally, Dr Wendy Teo has appointments available on DxD within a few days. You can see Dr Wendy Teo's earliest availability on DxD and make an appointment online.
Yes, Dr Wendy Teo is generally accepting new patients.
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38 Irrawaddy Road
Mount Elizabeth Novena Specialist Centre