Dr Cindy Pang is an experienced obstetrician and gynae-oncologist with more than 10 years of clinical practice. She received her MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery) from the National University of Singapore and subsequently completed 6 years of specialist training in Obstetrics & Gynaecology. She was granted Membership to the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists in the UK as well as Master of Medicine (O&G) by National University of Singapore in 2008. Thereafter, she achieved Specialist Accreditation with the Ministry of Health Singapore and the Singapore Medical Council in 2010. She also serves as a Council Member in the Society of Colposcopy and Cervical Pathology of Singapore (SCCPS) since 2009.
Dr Pang underwent advanced surgical training as a fellow at the Western Australian Gynae-oncology group in Perth under the Health Manpower Development Plan from Ministry of Health and SingHealth Foundation in 2012. This has equiped her with skills for complex pelvic oncologic surgeries as well as advanced laparoscopic procedures.
Her research has been published in various medical journals and she has presented at several international conferences. She was awarded the Tony McCartney Surgical Innovation Prize at the Australian Society of Gynaecological Oncologists Annual Scientific Meeting at Darwin in 2013. Besides the management of a wide range of conditions involving the female reproductive system and providing antenatal care to expectant mothers, her main subspeciality interest is in gynaecological cancer care.
Dr Pang is an accredited colposcopist and trainer, having run a weekly pre-invasive disease (abnormal Pap smear and pre-cancerous change) clinic in the Obstetric and Gynaecology Centre SGH. She also assists the division of graduate medical studies, NUH in assessing trainees for in-hospital clinical training modules on colposcopy.
She is passionate about public education on prevention and early detection of female cancers and has been actively involved in several cancer prevention talks and campaigns. She represented Singapore General Hospital in the Women’s Gynaecological Cancer Awareness Month Steering Committee (WGCAMC) organised by Singapore Cancer Society this year. Teaching and training for medical trainees and junior doctors is also one of her dedications. She is a clinical instructor of Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, as well as an adjunct professor at the Duke-NUS Graduate School of Medicine.