Fiona Hu Wenyan Principal Podiatrist

Principal Podiatrist
Bachelor of Podiatry (Aus)
Member of Podiatry Association Singapore

Fiona Hu graduated with a Degree of Podiatry from University of South Australia in 2008 after receiving a CGH podiatry scholarship award. She has been practicing as a senior podiatrist in Changi General Hospital for 5 years. She is rigorously trained in all aspects of podiatry and had amassed a depth of experience having been an anchor podiatrist in both Changi Sports Medicine Centre and the high risk diabetic foot clinics. She was also hugely involved in training of students and junior podiatrists.

She was the elected former President of Podiatry Association for 2013-2015. Being the youngest ever serving President for the association, she led the association with tenacity and innovation, positioning the association as the voice for podiatrists in Singapore.

Fiona understands the need to provide patients with more treatment options for foot conditions for patients’ varied needs and priorities. This led her to be one of the first certified Yamuna Foot Fitness Practitioner in Singapore, allowing her to provide treatment alternatives to foot problems like bunions and flat feet.

She has an avid interest in sports podiatry and podopediatrics, and enjoys many kinds of sporting activities.

Kelvin Tay Principal Podiatrist

Principal Podiatrist
BSc (Podiatry) First Class Hons (UK)
Executive Committee Member of Podiatry Association Singapore

Kelvin Tay graduated from University of Southampton with First Class Honours in 2010 after receiving the Ministry of Health (MOH) Health Sciences Scholarship Award. He embarked on his career as a Podiatrist at Singapore General Hospital (SGH) before transferring to Changi General Hospital (CGH) in 2012. The 6 years of hospital experience have allowed Kelvin to develop extensive clinical skills in all aspects of Podiatry, ranging from general nail care and foot care to high risk diabetic foot and wound management. His main interest is in Sports Podiatry and his experience at the Changi Sports Medicine Centre has been invaluable. Other than his work at the hospital, Kelvin has been an instrumental Committee Member (former Continuing Education Officer) in the Podiatry Association (Singapore) since 2013.

Kelvin speaks fluent English, Mandarin and Hokkien. He believes that effective communication with his patients is of utmost importance when delivering podiatry care. Affectionately known by patients as “Ah Tay” and “Kai Kai”, his compassion and genial demeanour have earned him multiple awards including the SingHealth Service Quality Silver Award 2012 (SGH), the Eastern Health Alliance Caring Awards (Silver 2013-2014) and the Quarterly Best Service Award 2014 (CGH).

Kelvin is active in running and football, and also plays basketball and tennis. He has had previous injuries as a competitive runner and was unable to walk freely without pain. Therefore, Kelvin has a deep empathy towards competitive athletes on their road to recovery. Together with fellow practitioners such as physiotherapists and sports trainers, Kelvin strives to get patients back to their feet as soon and as painless as possible.

Lynn Toh Principal Podiatrist

Principal Podiatrist
Bachelor of Podiatry (Hons)
Member of Podiatry Association Singapore

Lynn Toh graduated from La Trobe University, Melbourne, in 2010 with a Bachelor of Podiatry. During her 3rd year of study, she was offered a Podiatrist position by National University Hospital (NUH) and subsequently received their bursary award. This led to her return in Singapore to work at NUH as a Podiatrist and later, as a Senior Podiatrist for the past 6 years.

As a Senior Podiatrist, Lynn was in charge of running the Vascular Podiatry clinic, specialising in arterial wounds, venous wounds as well as diabetic foot wounds. She also provided thorough foot care for patients staying in wards. She was highly involved in limb salvage cases having worked closely with vascular and orthopaedic surgeons.. Over the years, Lynn was also invited to speak at various conferences and workshops, where she imparted her knowledge to nurses and doctors on diabetic foot assessments and footcare. Her strong interest in education led her to be a preceptor to junior podiatrists and podiatry students attached to NUH for clinical placements. She has also received similar job shadowing requests from polytechnic and junior college students with an interest in podiatry as a career. 

A valuable member of the Podiatry Association of Singapore since 2011, Lynn had volunteered to do diabetic foot screening as part of World Diabetes Day, raising awareness on diabetic foot complications. She had also volunteered in the Paediatric Outreach Programme organised by the association. The programme sought to teach children good foot health practices from an early age, so as to prevent foot problems that may arise later in life.

Other than taking care of high-risk foot conditions, Lynn’s clinical interests also include sports podiatry and general foot care such as the treatment of ingrown toenails, fungal toenails, corns, calluses and warts. Besides English, Lynn is also proficient in Bahasa Melayu. This has enabled her to communicate well with Bahasa Melayu speaking patients, as well as patients from Indonesia.

Lynn finds great joy and meaning from being involved in the patient’s journey to full recovery. With her friendly nature and professional attributes, Lynn has made it her mission to go beyond the call of duty to impact and improve the quality of the patients’ life.

Radiance Fong Principal Podiatrist

Principal Podiatrist
Bachelor of Podiatry (First Class Hons)
Member of Podiatry Association Singapore

Radiance Fong graduated with Bachelor of Podiatry with First Class honours from the University of Brighton (UK) in 2014. She began her career as a Podiatrist at Changi General Hospital, gaining vast experience in various aspects of podiatry including general foot care, high-risk wound management and sports injuries. She was also the anchoring sports podiatrist at the Changi Sports Medicine Centre, where she honed her skills in orthotic therapy (Insoles). Her technical expertise sets her apart from peers and made her a very sought after clinician. In addition, Radiance had supervised and trained junior podiatrists during her time in Changi General Hospital. She has also volunteered her professional skills in several major marathons held in London and Brighton.

Having been a member of the Podiatry Association of Singapore since 2014, Radiance enjoys all aspects of podiatry (from sports to nail care), working with patients from all ages from children to the elderly. She however, has a particular affinity for the older patients. She is fluent in English, Mandarin and Malay, hence patients find her affable and easy to communicate with. Radiance’s steadfast & earnest work ethic motivates her to do her utmost in providing holistic patient centred care, helping patients back on the road to having happy feet!