Shahridan Mohd Fathil

Shahridan Mohd Fathil

Shahridan Mohd Fathil

Dr Shahridan bin Mohd Fathil obtained his MBBS from the University of Malaya in 1996. He underwent anaesthesia training initially in Malaysia, and then Ireland and England.

He has also completed a Regional Anaesthesia Fellowship in Royal Perth Hospital, Western Australia.

He was appointed as a consultant and later senior consultant with JurongHealth, Singapore for nearly six years until April 2017.

He was also appointed as clinical senior lecturer with NUS Yoong Loo Lin School of Medicine and was the trainer for the basic and advanced regional anaesthesia modules of the NUHS Anaesthesiology Residency at Ng Teng Fong General Hospital.

His passions are ultrasound guided regional anaesthesia and point-of-care ultrasound.

He has been on humanitarian relief work in post-disaster missions in Indonesia, Philippines and Pakistan. He spent 6 weeks with Medicins Sans Frontiere in the East Mosul project in Iraq and about 2 weeks in the Malaysian Field Hospital at Cox Bazar, Bangladesh.

Recently he volunteered with Mercy Malaysia under the WHO Special Cell Emergency Medical Team initiative in Gaza. He has used point-of-care ultrasound in the missions above.

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