We are delighted to announce that Dr June Tan Sheren will be supporting young talent through a pro bono Musicians’ Clinic for students of the Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music (YSTCM), National University of Singapore.
YSTCM helps nurture some of the most gifted young musicians in Singapore today. As aspiring musicians, both their physical and mental wellbeing are vital in the successful pursuit of their passion. Not only is Dr June a respected Family Physician (GP), but she also specialises in Performing Arts Medicine (PAM) which is a branch of medicine aimed specifically at performing artists. (As an amateur musician herself (cello and piano), she has a deep affinity for musicians’ health and wellbeing).
She is the only doctor in Singapore formally qualified in this field, having
earned a Master’s degree with distinction in PAM from University College London, UK. She partners with the Singapore Symphony Group to give talks and provide medical advice to the musicians of the Singapore Symphony Orchestra.
Osler Health believes in caring for the community around us – as evidenced by our Giving Back pro bono clinics for domestic workers, our efforts in becoming a carbon neutral healthcare company, and now our medical support of local musical talent.
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