Dr Su Ling Tee
Su Ling completed her undergraduate medical training in Glasgow, Scotland before moving to Singapore and subsequently Australia where she now calls home. She underwent her basic physician training and advanced cardiology training in Adelaide. She then moved to Melbourne for her advanced heart failure and heart transplant fellowship at The Alfred in 2019. To improve heart failure management and heart transplant outcome in patients with adult congenital heart disease (ACHD), Su Ling further underwent an ACHD fellowship at St Bartholomew’s Hospital in London and Freeman Hospital in Newcastle, UK. It is her hope to bridge the gap between the adult heart failure team and the ACHD team in Melbourne.
Su Ling’s special interests are heart failure/cardiomyopathy and ACHD, but she also sees a variety of cardiac problems including ischaemic heart disease, arrhythmia, and heart disease in women.”