Dr Chris Tan
Small Animal Specialists Surgeon
BVSc BSc (Vet) FANZCVS Diplomate ECVS
Chris is a graduate of the University of Sydney and registered specialist in small animal surgery. He spent 8 years in general practice both in Australia and the UK, before returning to Sydney to complete his specialist surgical training. After completion of his residency, Chris remained at Sydney university as a PhD student and later senior lecturer in small animal surgery. He continues to follow his passion for teaching as a tutor for the Centre for Veterinary Education and through his involvement with the AO foundation, a not for profit organisation which aims to improve patient outcomes through worldwide education programs for practitioners and research.
Chris is also a conjoint lecturer at the Prince of Wales Clinical School, Faculty of Medicine, University of New South Wales, where he contributes to developing innovative solutions to clinical problems with the hope that our small animal patients will also benefit from the latest advances in medical technologies.
When not at work, Chris loves to spend time with his very patient wife, two children, two cats and a King Charles Cavalier named Gypsy.
Chris consults on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and alternate Mondays.