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Dr Lian Wee Bin


Developmental & Nutritional Assessment, Childhood Vaccinations, Neonatology, and Paediatric Medicine


  • Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery (MBBS), Singapore
  • Master of Medicine (Paediatrics), MMed (Paed), Singapore
  • Membership to the Royal College of Paediatrics (MRCP), UK
  • Fellowship in the Academy of Medicine of Singapore in Paediatric Medicine (FAMS Paediatrics), Singapore

Dr Lian Wee Bin is a certified paediatrician and neonatologist, registered with the Academy of Medicine, Singapore. She has acquired more than 20 years of medical experience as a doctor, the last more than 15 being in the domain of paediatrics, particularly in the field of newborn medicine and developmental paediatrics. She is fluent in English, Mandarin and some Chinese dialects.

She first received her medical training at the National University of Singapore and then went on to further her studies in the specialist field of paediatric medicine, attaining both the Masters of Medicine (Paediatrics), Singapore as well as the Membership of the Royal College of Physicians, UK. Subsequent to this, she attended a Fellowship programme at the renowned Children’s Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts, US, focusing on developmental paediatrics and newborn medicine.

As a doctor and mother, her passion is in helping every child achieve his or her optimal developmental and learning potential. Her predominant focus, therefore, lies in screening for and the early identification of the at-risk child, starting from the perinatal and infancy period (such as preterm infants and babies with low blood sugars at birth), through preschool years (such as those with speech and language delays, motor and co-ordination issues and more complex disorders such as autism and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorders) into schooling years (such as those with learning disabilities, specific language impairments and dyslexia). She believes in the early profiling of a child’s strengths and weaknesses and the implementation of Early Intervention, especially in the first 6 years of a child’s life. She is also a strong supporter of Family Empowerment and Child Advocacy.


contact information

SpecialKids Child Health & Development Clinic

301 Upper Thomson Road, Thomson Plaza #02-02 Singapore, 574408
6451 0028