About Us

Dr Seng Shay Way

is an obstetrician, reproductive, and gynaecology specialist in Singapore who has been committed to the health care of women for over 15 years. Dr Seng received his medical degree from the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland and his Master of Reproductive Medicine form the University of New South Wales.. He pursued his internship and subsequently obstetrics and gynaecology training at various hospitals, including the Department of general surgery at Tan Tock Seng Hospital as well as the Obstetrics and gynaecology Department and the IVF centre of Kandang Kerbau Hospital for Women and Children; before being admitted to the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists in London.

He further completed his sub-speciality training under the HMDP scholarship by the Ministry of Health Singapore in the Centre for Reproductive Medicine and Fertility at the Royal Hallamshire Hospital, Sheffield (UK). He is a Ministry of Health (Singapore) certified reproductive specialist with expertise and knowledge from over 15 years experience in teaching and in the treatment of reproductive disorders and infertility. He is also registered with the general medical council (GMC) of United Kingdom.

Dr Seng believes that it is essential to remain at the top of his field by function of constant medical education and self-enrichment with knowledge. He has undergone extensive training in gynecological surgery including abdominal, laparoscopic with emphasis on fertility treatment and preservation. He has also amassed a wealth of experience in clinical and surgical obstetrics, including antenatal ultrasound, natural childbirth, as well as forceps, vacuum and cesarean deliveries.

Dr Seng continues to be heavily involved in both undergraduate and post-graduate teaching and he is also a member of several prestigious medical societies (professional affiliations). Dr Seng will continue striving towards enhancement of patient care and continue to research and publish important materials in the field of Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility.