Dr Teoh graduated from the National University of Singapore with the MB;BS in 1989 and achieved the Master of Medicine (Family Medicine) in 1995. She went on to pursue advanced training in Family Medicine and completed the Fellowship of the College of Family Physicians (S’pore) in 2010. Her clinical experience and interests include health promotion, chronic disease management, and behavioural modification to achieve active and healthy living.
She spent her earlier career at the Singapore General Hospital, and is currently with the Department of Continuing and Community Care in Tan Tock Seng Hospital, where she spearheads community education on active ageing, chronic disease and behaviour modification.
She is actively involved in the teaching of Family Medicine and contributes to the postgraduate Family Medicine DGMS as well as the Master of Medicine (Family Medicine) examinations. She is also a Clinical lecturer of the Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, National University of Singapore.
Dr Teoh is an advocate for clinical excellence and received her EXSA Gold Service Excellence Award in 2009. She enjoys caring for patients in the community, focusing on the integration and coordination of complex care to achieve better health outcomes and optimal quality of life.