Clinic will be closed
29 March (Sat) for Staff training
For emergencies, please call 6476 1211
6 Napier Road
#06-04 Gleneagles Medical Centre
Singapore 258499
  • Significant Milestones

    Significant Milestones

    2 June 2011
    An Industry talk entitled ” Open your eyes” was presented to 90participants from the life sciences, healthcare and pharmacy management courses of Management Development Institute of SIngapore (MDIS). Faculty members of these courses got to learn about the ocular bane of asia ( myopia/ cataract), pros & cons of contact lenses and various surgical and non surgical eye procedures. A token of appreciation was presented by Dr Andrew Lucy, Director of Student Services to our Medical Director at the end of the talk before they adjourned for light refreshments outside the lecture theatre.
    26 March 2011
    On 26 March ( Sat) 2.00-330pm. our Medical Director conducted an educational healthcare wellness talk on eye care to the (women’s only) WINGS club members/ non members at Bishan, Junction 8 #06-04.
    The talk entitled ” Focus on Good Vision” centered on graceful aging, eye conditions and surgical and non surgical solutions to aging eyes.
    The Q & A was so interesting that the talk ended at 4pm. All the ladies enjoyed the light refreshments and went home with their information kits and goodie bags
    22 July 2010
    On 22 July, 2010 (Thursday), EyeWise Vision Clinic (EWVC) presented a very interesting eye care talk, on “Cataract” and “Getting rid of reading glasses” to the enthusiastic staff at Singapore Post.
    An attractive goodie bag with the abundance of goodies and educational material were distributed to all participants at the HQ auditorium on Paya Lebar Road.
    EWVC pays tribute to all the Singapore Postmen & Staff .Thank you, Mr Postman!
    21 July 2010
    On 21 July 2010 ( Wed), Eyewise Vision Clinic was invited to give an eye care talk to the business & finance staff at the heart of Singapore’s Central Business District ( CBD) in Shenton Way.
    This lunch time session met with very enthusiastic participants, who managed to do some eye exercises ( mini yoga) & eye testing. During the Q & A time, topics were wide ranging from pediatric topics of lazy eyes to geriatric questions on cataracts.
    25 May 2010
    On 25 May 2010, our Medical Director, Dr Christopher Khng had the opportunity of introducing the career of an “Eye Surgeon/ Medical Doctor” to Singapore’s future generation of women leaders on their Career Day at Saint Joseph’s Convent (SJC Secondary school) in Sengkang. During the morning assembly, the doctor talked about the values, hard work, educational path and career path that an eye surgeon had to undertake to reach his/her dream job.
    Dr Khng was very honoured to be the first guest speaker to start the career day program at this school, which has a rich and proud history of 70 years.
    Mrs Susan Crossly, Principal of SJC , presented our Director with a a token of appreciation after the girls had the opportunity to watch an “eye opening” video on cataract surgery. His talk preceded the introduction to other careers like Designer, Artist, Lawyers, Radio DJ, Chefs & Journalist, just to name a few.
    20 March 2010
    Dr Christopher Khng dropped by on Sat, for an appreciation ceremony at the St John Ambulance Headquarters, Beach Road. He was given a token of appreciation for his volunteer teaching of the First aid Instructors course in 2009 by Dr Selan Sayampanathan.
    29 November 2009
    Our medical director was invited to Johor, Malaysia on 29 Nov (Sunday) to give an Eyecare talk in mandarin to a captivated audience of 400, on the topic “Looking forward to cataract surgery.”
    24-27 October 2009
    Our Medical Director was honoured to be Co-Chairman & panelist for the Cataract Original Papers presented during the 2009 Joint meeting of the American Academy of Ophthalmology and Pan- American Association of Ophthalmology held on October 24-27 at the Moscone Centre in San Francisco.
    Our Medical Director,Dr Christopher Khng congratulated his friend and mentor, Dr Robert Osher, MD, Professor University of Cincinnati, for winning the Kelman award in cataract surgery given by the American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO) in San Francisco. Dr Khng sharing fine dinning moments with Dr Chris Rapuano from Wills Eye Hospital, Philadelphia, USA and Dr Khiun Tjia from the Netherlands during the AAO cataract committee get together.
    7 August 2009
    On 7th August 2009 (Fri), Dr Christopher Khng was invited to the Inaugural Singapore College of OphthalmologistDinner at Sentosa Golf Club. He rubbed shoulders with fellow colleagues and friends in the industry. Dr Vivian Balakrishnan, Minister for Community Development, Youth and Sports was the Guest of Honour for this occasion.
    20 July 2009
    EyeWise Vision Clinic is not only committed to continuing education for parents, patients, fellow doctors but also front line emergency workers like those from St John Ambulance Brigade. On 20 July 2009, Dr Christopher Khng taught a course on “basic eye trauma” at St John Ambulance National Headquarters, located on Beach Road, for the Occupational First aid Trainers. Mr Chua Wee Kwang, Commissioner- Development; Coordinator -SJAA Lay Lecturers, St John Ambulance Association was there to welcome our Medical Director.There were over 20 first aid instructors, who were taught how to handle eye injury due to foreign bodies, industrial acid accidents, sports injury and juvenile accidents. We wish all participants good luck in their exams at the end of this month and are sure they will all pass with flying colours!
    11 & 12 Apr 2009
    On 11 & 12 April 2009, Eyewise Vision Clinic participated in the fund-raising Health Talk by Lions Club of Singapore (Somerset), for the Lions Befriender food drop and hot meal programme,held at the Lion’s Nursing Home (Toa Payoh).Dr Bala S. Rajaratnam, President of the Lions Club of Singapore (Somerset) presented a token of appreciation to our Medical Director, Dr Christopher Khng for assisting in the Health Talk. This program saw more than 130 senior citizens, who are cared by the Lions Befriender (Mei Ling) Neighbourhood Link benefit with rations such as eggs, bread, rice, instant noodles, biscuits, 3-in-1 coffee and soap. The funds raised will be utilised to distribute bimonthly rations to these senior citizens who rely on financial assistance from the government or have limited or no family support. Dr Bala said a big thank you to our Medical Director for contributing positively to this event.
    8 Jan 2009
    EYEWISE VISION CLINIC had a very important guest/ visitor. Dr. Hunter Cherwek, Medical Director of the Flying Eye Hospital, ORBIS ( visited EyeWise Vision Clinic on his stopover from USA to the Philippines.
    7 Jan 2009
    Dr Christopher Khng enthralled fellow doctors at Gleneagles Hospital auditorium speaking at the 1st Lunchtime continuing medical education (CME) seminar for the new year 2009, on the topic “Iris Repair- The State of the Art.”As an aside, the purple flowers in the background are also called Iris. To a horticulturist this particular breed of purple flower is the Blood Iris ( Iris sanguinea) or ayame.It takes its name from the Greek word for a rainbow, referring to the wide variety of flower colors found among the many species. As well as being the scientific name, iris is also very widely used as a common name.In North America, a common name for irises is flags.
      4 Dec 2008

    Dr Christopher Khng was invited to address the staff of Creative Technology Pte Ltd, on the topics entitled “Floaters” and “Implantable Contact Lens ( ICL)”.


      19 Nov 2008

    Dr Khng addressed fellow doctors at Gleneagles Hospital Auditorium & 20 Nov East Shore Hospital auditorium on the topic ” Looking forward to cataract surgery”


      8-11 Nov 2008

    Atlanta, Georgia, USA. Program Chair at American Academy of Ophthalmology “Around the World in 80 minutes” symposium on Difficult and complex cataract surgery.


      10 Nov 2008

    Atlanta, Georgia, USA. EyeWise Medical Director Dr Christopher invited to attend the ORBIS Flying Eye Hospital Cocktail reception held during the American Academy of Ophthalmology meeting.

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