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Dr Aravind

Dr Sreedharan Aravind Venkatesh


Staff Physician

KK Women's and Children's Hospital

Specialty: Paediatric Endocrinology (Hormonal & Growth Problems)

Conditions Treated by this Doctor:
Diabetes Mellitus , Neuroendocrinology including Neuroendocrine Tumours and Genetic Disorders related to Neuroendocrinology , Thyroid Disorders .

Clinical Appointments

  • Staff Physician Endocrinology Service KK Women's and Children's HospitalKK Women's and Children's Hospital


Dr Aravind is a staff physician in the department of paediatric endocrinology, KK Women's and Children's Hospital (KKH). He is also a clinical lecturer in LKC medical school and enjoys teaching the medical students and residents. He obtained his MBBS in 2009 from Madras Medical College, India. He completed his MRCPCH (UK) in 2014 followed by a fellowship in paediatric endocrinology from KKH, Singapore in 2016. He has also obtained graduate certification in digital health from the Singapore Management University in 2020. His clinical interests are in paediatric growth, diabetes, hypercholesterolemia, puberty and thyroid disorders. He is part of the Medical Innovation and Care Transformation team in KKH. He is keen to utilize technology to transform clinical care. His hobbies are playing cricket, watching movies and listening to music.


  • MBBS (India), 2009
  • MRCPCH (UK), 2014
  • Fellowship in Paediatric Endocrinology (FPE) KKH (Spore), 2016
  • GCDH (SMU, Spore), 2020

Professional Appointments and Committee Memberships

  • Staff Physician, KKH Paediatric Endocrinology
  • Member, Singapore Medical Association
  • Member, Asia Pacific Paediatric Endocrine Society
  • Lead, KKH Paediatrics Future Outpatient Journey


Research Interests


  • International Journal of Surgical Case Reports (Dec 2019): Recurrent Ovarian Torsion in a premenarchal girl
  • Journal of Clinical Lipidology (Nov 2020): Successful pharmacological management of a child with compound heterozygous FH and review of literature
  • Journal of Clinical Lipidology (May 2021): Persistent hypercholesterolemia in a child with homozygous autosomal recessive hypercholesterolemia: A decade of lipid management

Research Trials