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Dr Daniel Lee is an established Anaesthesiologist with over 20 years of service in the public sector. He sub-specialises in ultrasound-guided regional anaesthesia and nerve blocks as an option to general anaesthesia for optimal management of post-surgical pain.


As a senior consultant and clinical lead for regional anaesthesia service at Tan Tock Seng Hospital, Dr Lee initiated collaborations between surgical and orthopaedic disciplines, introducing patient-centric evidenced-based protocols such as peripheral nerve blocks in hip fractures and palliative care for effective pain control and optimising post-operative rehabilitation. He was a recipient of the Health Manpower Development Plan fellowship awarded by the Ministry of Health in 2016 for advanced training in regional anaesthesia at the Nagoya University Hospital in Japan.

Dr Lee regularly conducts workshops in his area of sub-specialty interest, and his passion for teaching extends beyond lecturing medical students and anaesthesia residents. Contributing as faculty of the Skills in trauma and resuscitation (STAR) outreach program, he conducted training for local doctors and nurses at Calmette Hospital in Cambodia.

Beyond work, he is an avid music lover, movie buff, and travelling enthusiast.

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