We provide a comprehensive range of diagnostic and imaging services for our patients across 3 centres: Thomson Diagnostic Imaging Centre, Thomson Ultrasound Imaging Centre and Thomson Imaging Centre.
Using state-of-the-art equipment and an experienced team of radiologists, specialised imaging and lab technologists and nurses, referring doctors can be assured of caring, safe and efficient imaging services that are fully coordinated with the medical care and needs of the patients.
Range of services include:
- General X-Ray and Ultrasound examination
- Computed Tomography (CT) scan
- Specialised X-Ray procedures
- Fetal Ultrasound examination including 3D/4D Ultrasound
- First Trimester Pre-eclampsia Screening
- One-stop Clinic for assessment of Risk for Fetal Anomalies (OSCAR)
- Blood Tests
Within Thomson Diagnostic Imaging Centre located in Thomson Medical Centre, our Fetal Assessment Unit (FAU) provides a one-stop obstetric ultrasound and prenatal diagnostic service, as well as the management of high risk obstetrics. This unit is the first dedicated unit in a private hospital in Singapore and is headed by Dr Tan Kai Lit.
About Dr Tan Kai Lit
Dr Tan is an Obstetrician and Gynaecologist and Maternal Fetal Medicine Clinician who specialises in medical and surgical management of high-risk pregnancies (e.g. twins), ultrasound assessment of at-risk fetuses and invasive prenatal diagnostic procedures.
Prior to joining to Thomson Medical, he served at KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital where he was Adjunct Assistant Professor and held teaching positions in the Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, Duke-NUS Graduate School of Medicine and Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine. He is currently a Visiting Consultant to KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital. Dr Tan also practised at National University Hospital and Whittington Hospital (London).
Dr Tan attained subspecialty training in Fetal Medicine in KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital as well as Hospital Clinic Barcelona (Spain), a world renowned Fetal Medicine Centre.
Awarded the Health Manpower Development Programme (HMDP) fellowship, co-funded by Ministry of Health and Singhealth foundation, he pursued further training in Fetal Medicine, in particular fetoscopy/fetal intervention in Hospital Clinic Barcelona. There, he honed his skills in fetal echocardiography, neurosonography, prenatal diagnosis, fetal surgical pathologies, multiple pregnancies and growth restriction.
Dr Tan was also involved in extensive research projects in obstetrics and gynaecology, including the correlation of reduction in growth velocity with perinatal outcomes under the National Medical Research Council Award.
He is trained in gynaecological open and laparoscopic surgery.
Dr Tan is fluent in English, Chinese and Malay.