Dr. Alicia Eye Specialist, which is conveniently located at Gleneagles Medical Centre, is a premier eye specialist clinic that offers a comprehensive range of treatment for all known conditions that affect the eyes including the eyelids, orbit, eye muscles, cornea, lens, iris, and retina such as diabetic eye disease, glaucoma, myopia, orbital conditions, dry eye, and cataract. Staffed by board-certified ophthalmologists who received extensive training from Singapore and the United Kingdom, the clinic provides evidence-based ophthalmology services using the latest techniques and state-of-the-art technologies.
As the clinic is directly connected to Gleneagles hospital, it has an easy access to various hospital services such as radiology and laboratory services, which allows for a coordinated and comprehensive care that leads to reduced waiting times for both local and international patients.
Dr. Alicia Eye Specialist, which focuses on providing world-class eye health care for paediatric and elderly patients, offers a relaxed atmosphere while its friendly staff is accommodating, caring, and compassionate, ensuring an exceptional patient experience.
<p>Dr. Alicia Claire How Su-Wei is a consultant ophthalmologist currently practicing at Gleneagles Medical Centre in Singapore. She is also a visiting consultant to Singapore National Eye Centre’s glaucoma service and adjunct assistant professor at Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School. Her clinical interests lie in cataract, comprehensive ophthalmology, glaucoma, and anterior segment eye surgery. </p> <p>She graduated from the National University of Singapore with an MBBS degree in 1999 and Master of Medicine in Ophthalmology in 2004. She then completed her basic and advanced training at KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital and Singapore National Eye Centre. In 2008, she went to Australia for her subspecialty training in glaucoma surgery at the Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital in Australia. </p> <p>Dr. How is both a member (MRCS) and Fellow (FRCS) of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh. She is also a Fellow of the Academy of Medicine of Singapore (FAMS). </p> <p>Prior to the establishment of her clinic at Gleneagles Medical Centre, Dr. How served as a consultant at Singapore National Eye Centre and The Eye Surgery Partners at Gleneagles Medical Centre. She was also a visiting consultant at Changi General Hospital’s department of ophthalmology. </p> <p>Dr. How is actively involved in research and has published more than 20 scientific papers in international peer-reviewed journals. She also often gives lectures at local and international meetings, including at the 2011 European Vision and Eye Research Meeting and 2012 Asia-Pacific Glaucoma Congress.</p>