Dr Lee Fang Jann Biography
Dr Lee Fang Jann is a Urology and Renal Transplant surgeon with subspecialty focus on men’s health, male subfertility and minimally invasive kidney and prostate surgeries. Dr Lee obtained his undergraduate medical degree from National University of Singapore (NUS), pursued further surgical accreditation from Edinburgh (UK), and completed his Urology training in Singapore General Hospital (SGH) before being accredited as a Urologist by the Ministry of Health (MOH) and Singapore Medical Council (SMC).
Dr Lee was accorded the MOH’s Health Manpower Development Plan award to pursue a clinical fellowship in pancreas and renal transplant at Oxford Transplant Centre (UK) under Professor Peter Friend. Upon his return, Dr Lee led the Renal Transplant Program and laparoscopic donor nephrectomy service at SGH as Surgical Director. He was appointed to the MOH’s advisory committee on transplantation.
While in SGH, he was also Director of the Andrology and Male Subfertility services. He initiated dedicated clinics evaluating and treating patients with complex men’s health and fertility issues. His management strategies include a wide range of microsurgical procedures. He is currently Vice President of the Asian Andrology Association.
His believe in advanced techniques in minimally invasive surgery for better patient care has led him to pursue advanced laparoscopic and robotic training in USA, France and India. He was admitted as a Fellow of the International College of Robotic Surgeons and has a Diploma in Laparoscopic Surgery from University of Strasbourg, France. He has regular invitations to share his experience both locally and regionally through lectures, workshops and surgical demonstrations.
During his 16 years of service in SGH, he received numerous awards for service excellence and was well liked by patients. He enjoys teaching the next generation of doctors and held academic appointments in Singhealth Urology Residency Program, Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, NUS and Duke-NUS Medical School. He was an examiner for both medical students as well as Urology residents.