International Eye Clinic

Ophthalmology (Eyes)

Specialist(s) Dr. Currie Chiang

International Eye Clinic is located at Mount Elizabeth Medical Centre, in the heart of Orchard Road.
Dr Currie Chiang received her early education in Taiwan and Thailand. Her family migrated to Singapore in the year
1970s and continued her formal education in Singapore.
Dr Currie Chiang, eye specialist, has been in the private practice at Mount Elizabeth Medical Centre since 1988. She
has special interest in the anterior segment of the eye, including cataract and refractive surgery. She obtained her
Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) from the University of Singapore and her Fellowship (FRCS)
from the Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh. Her overseas postings include Moorfields Eye Hospital in London,
where she worked in the Corneal Clinic under Professor Noel Rice, in the Glaucoma Clinic under Professor Jeffrey Jay
at Tennent Institute of Ophthalmology, University of Glasgow, and as a senior house officer in the Princess Alexandra
Eye Pavilion Hospital in Edinburg, under Professor Barry Cullen in the Neuro-ophthalmology Clinic and Professor
Hector Chawla in the Retinal Clinic. She has written and presented many papers both locally and overseas, and
performed live demonstrations of cataract surgery at international meetings.
Dr Chiang has also been an active participant in various local community services as well as overseas missions to
deliver free eye treatment to the villagers in countries such as Indonesia, Nepal and Sri Lanka.
She also participated in the annual AMD (Age related Macular Degeneration) Screening since 2009.

Facilities and Services

International Eye Clinic provides specialist treatment for:

  1. Cataract, using the latest technique of phacoemulsification of cataract followed by intraocular lens implantation.
  2. Glaucoma assessment and treatment with eye drops, laser or surgery.
  3. AMD – Age related macular degeneration management.
  4. Retinal diseases, such as management of diabetic retinopathy, retinal detachment
  5. Myopia control for children. Astigmatism, presbyopia correction using spectacles and contact lens. Squint, lazy
  6. LASIK and Trans-PRK surgery
  7. Ptosis, droopy lids, entropian, ectropian.
  8. Blocked tear ducts management.
  9. Excision of lumps and bumps around the eye.
  10. Anterior segment diseases, such as blepharitis, conjunctivitis, pterygium, iritis, corneal problems such as
    keratoconus, contact lens related infections, allergies and others.