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Specialised Care for Patients in Critical Condition

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Dr Chee Weiqin

BVSc GCertSAECC GradDipEd
MVetClinStud MVetSc(Res) DACVECC

Registered Emergency and Critical Care Specialist

Dr Chee is a Registered Specialist with the American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care. He heads Pet A&E, the Emergency and Critical Care department at LVS.


Dr Chee worked as a general practitioner in Singapore after graduating from the University of Sydney in 2014 . He then joined LVS as a surgical intern under Dr Landon before heading to Murdoch University to pursue a residency in Emergency and Critical Care. During his residency, Dr Chee obtained both a clinical and research Masters with publications on the use of canine plasma transfusions. He passed his board examinations in 2022 and works concurrently in Western Australia where he manages clinical cases and the training of the next generation of residents.  


Dr Chee enjoys all aspects of critical care medicine such as sepsis, mechanical ventilation, and transfusion therapy.  

When he is at home, he is dad to three children, a little terrier cross and a very round friendly ginger cat. He enjoys music by Ennio Morricone, ACDC and the blues. When he gets to a piano, he would normally belt out some piano rags.

PUBLICATIONS: ORIGINAL SCIENTIFIC ARTICLES


Newman M & Landon BP (2014) Surgical treatment of a duplicated
and ectopic ureter in a dog. J Small Anim Pract 55(9) 475-8.

Dr Sebastian Chua

BVSc 

Head ECC Veterinarian

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Sebastian graduated from the University of Queensland in 2012. His first job was in South Australia and from then on, he took the opportunity to travel around Australia and work in different states. He then jumped on the chance to work in a large Specialist and Emergency hospital, finding his passion in veterinary emergency medicine. During his time there, he was also clinical director for one of the branch hospitals.

Sebastian returned to Singapore with his beautiful, young and energetic greyhound in 2023 to spend more time with family. He joined Pet A&E in 2024.

In his free time, he likes to go for runs (when it is not blazing hot), walk his dog, discover new experiences, savour the local dining scene, and take advantage of Singapore being a travel hub. 

Dr Jayi Lim

BSc DVM

ECC Veterinarian

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Jayi graduated from Murdoch University, Western Australia in 2021. Having grown up surrounded by pocket pets, cats and dogs, Jayi developed an appreciation for the bond between humans and animals from an early age.

 

Her first year post-graduation was spent pursuing an Emergency and Critical Care Internship in one of Perth's busiest vet hospitals, and later on exploring small animal practice and canine reproduction work.

 

With a background in both general practice and emergency work, Jayi's strives to ensure that every pet receives the highest standard of care.

On her days off, Jayi likes to lounge with her British Shorthair Rufus, who has made his way to sunny Singapore from Down Under!

Dr Samantha Fong

BSc BVMS (Murdoch)

ECC Veterinarian

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Dr Thian trained at Murdoch University, Western Australia and graduated in 2002. She practised in Singapore before embarking on a rotational internship at the University of Melbourne for another two years, gaining considerable experience with specialists in surgery, anaesthesia, medicine and intensive care. Dr Thian went on to work in private practice in Melbourne and then in a busy multi-vet practice in Sydney where she was the internal referral general surgeon.

Her role at LVS is mainly in practice management and taking care of staff welfare. She truly believes that a happy team gives the best care to the patients. Her clinical role is in tailoring anaesthesia plans for each patient that come through for procedures, so that there is minimal anxiety for the patient before, during and after procedures.

Dr Thian has an awesome terrier, who has travelled across Australia with her and then finally to Singapore. She is full-time mum on weekends and when she gets time, loves reading anything by Neil Gaiman, Tony Parsons, Mary Roach and Atul Gawande and listening to jazz and anything Tchaiskovsky.

ORIGINAL PUBLICATION:

A Thian, AJ Woodgyer, SA Holloway (2008) Dysgonic strain of Microsporum canis pseudomycetoma in a Domestic Long-hair cat Aust Vet J

Jane Tan Cert VN ECC ESVPS Certificate in Western Acupuncture & Chronic Pain Management

Head ECC Veterinary Nurse

Jane has committed over ten years to the veterinary profession, and is passionate about upholding the highest standards of animal care and customer service. She was drawn to emergency medicine because of the fast-paced environment and problem-solving nature of the job, and holds a Certificate of Veterinary Nursing in Emergency and Critical Care.


Outside of work, Jane pursues her love for road cycling and dedicates a significant amount of time to reading, deepening her knowledge in veterinary medicine. She also cherishes quality time with her family and friends.

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Atom Tan Diploma in Veterinary Nursing (Surgical)

Senior Veterinary Nurse

Atom is highly qualified and has been nursing since 2000. She has practiced in both Singapore and Hong Kong in extremely busy establishments.

Surgical nursing has always been Atom’s area of interest. She is extremely compassionate when it comes to patient care and you can always find her chatting away with animals under her care.

Atom is an avid angler, enjoys the great outdoors and spending time with her family and friends.

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