Dr Wendy Liew

SBCC Baby & Child Clinic (Neurology. Rheumatology & Paediatric Centre)

290 Orchard Road #17-12 Paragon Singapore 238859

Consultation Hours

Monday to Friday :
9.00am to 1.00pm, 2.00pm to 5.00pm

Saturday :
9.00am to 1.00pm

Sunday & Public Holidays :

Clinic Schedule

Leave Notice

Dear Parents

Please note that Dr Wendy Liew will be on leave on the following dates:

– 2-3 March (Monday to Tuesday)

– 6 March (Friday)

– 10-11 March (Tuesday to Wednesday)

– 19-20 March (Thursday to Friday)

– 24-25 March (Tuesday to Wednesday)

– 31 March (Tuesday)

Please also note that Dr Ooi Pei Ling will also be on leave from 16-18 March (Monday to Wednesday).

Clinic will be open without doctors on the following dates:

– 2 March afternoon (Monday)

– 6-7 March (Friday-Saturday)

– 11 March afternoon (Wednesday)

– 17 March afternoon (Tuesday)

– 19 March morning (Thursday)

– 20-21 March (Friday-Saturday)

– 25 March (Wednesday)

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MBChB (Glasgow), MRCPCH (Paeds)(UK), FAMS

Conditions Treated

Common neurological disorders in children

  • Developmental delay
  • Headaches
  • Involuntary movement
  • Seizure disorders/epilepsy

Acute neurological emergencies in children

  • Altered awareness
  • Acute flaccid paralysis
  • Encephalitis
  • Meningitis
  • Refractory seizures
  • Strokes

Complex neurological disorders in children

  • Brain injury in infants and children
  • Childhood epilepsy
  • Neurodevelopmental disorders
  • Neuromuscular diseases
  • Neurogenetic diseases
  • Brain malformations (includes diagnosis during antenatal setting)
  • Fellowship, Health Manpower Development Programme from the Singapore National Healthcare Group on Paediatric Neuromuscular Disease at Boston Children’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School
  • Young Investigator Award at the Asian-Oceanian Myology Centre Annual Scientific Meeting, Thailand, 2015
  • New Investigator Grant recipient from the National Medical Research Council to study the utility of non-invasive biomarkers such as MRI of the muscle and genomic sequencing in the management of paediatric patients with neuromuscular disorders.
Medical Philosophy

“I treat my patients like I would treat my kids. I give them care, compassion and empathy, knowing how vulnerable they are and knowing that I can help them get well and better.”

  • University of Glasgow
  • Former Consultant, Neurology Service, Department of Paediatrics at KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital
  • Former Assistant Professor, Duke-NUS Medical School
Academic & Research Contributions
  • Authored multiple peer-reviewed articles in international journals on the area of paediatric neuromuscular disorders
  • Speaker at local and international medical events