The Singapore National Eye Centre (SNEC) is a national centre for ophthalmology and an internationally recognized tertiary centre for eye care that manages an annual workload of 300,000 outpatient visits, 27,000 major eye surgeries and 8,000 laser procedures.
For the role of a Staff Registrar/Resident Physician, you will be responsible for the daily running of clinics and any other ad-hoc duties assigned by your Supervisor or Head of Department.
Minimum Education Level:
Bachelor's Degree/Post Graduate Diploma/Professional Degree
Minimum Years of Experience:
Technical Skills or Particular Experience:
• MBBS or postgrad qualification recognizable by the Singapore Medical Council (for Conditional-registration)
• At least 3 years of ophthalmology practice experience
• Highly adaptive and possess excellent interpersonal and communication skills
• Willing to travel locally within the different eye centres in Singapore
• Must be able to do calls
• There is no surgical privileges for this role
11 Third Hospital Avenue, Central, Singapore, Singapore
Singapore National Eye Centre
Singapore National Eye Centre (SNEC) was incorporated in 1989 and commenced operations in 1990. It is the designated centre within the public sector healthcare network to spearhead and co-ordinate the provision of specialised ophthalmological services with emphasis on quality education and research.
Ten subspecialties in Cataract, Cataract and Comprehensive Ophthalmology, Corneal and External Eye Disease, Glaucoma, Neuro-Ophthalmology, Oculoplastic and Aesthetic Eyeplastic, Paediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus, Refractive Surgery, Ocular Inflammation and Immunology and Vitreo-Retina have been established to provide a full range of eye treatment from comprehensive to tertiary levels for the entire spectrum of eye conditions.
As Singapore’s national eye hospital, the Singapore National Eye Centre (SNEC) is one of the key public healthcare facilities for eye surgeries and treatments. Since 1990, SNEC has been providing high quality affordable eye care to 60% of the public sector and it offers a full spectrum of tertiary subspecialties. SNEC plays a role in formulating national community health programmes and is a pioneer in ophthalmic quality assurance programmes.
SNEC has gained both local and international prominence and has secured its place as an international referral centre for complex cases and as a training centre for ophthalmic education around the world. With its research arm, the Singapore Eye Research Institute (SERI), SNEC has also brought to the fore high-impact clinical and translational research.