Dr Eng Lee Ooi 'Daryl'

Dr Eng Lee Ooi 'Daryl' MBBS PhD FRACP FCSANZ FESC has special interest in cardiovascular imaging, the management of ischaemic heart disease and heart failure. He is also passionate about preventative cardiology.

Having graduated with Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery (MBBS) from the University of Adelaide in 2008, he commenced his postgraduate medical training in cardiology at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital. He was awarded Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians (FRACP) in 2016. He is also a fellow of the Cardiac Society of Australian and New Zealand (FCSANZ) and European Society of Cardiology (FESC). 

Dr Ooi completed further training requirements in cardiac CT at MonashHEART in 2016 and qualified as an advanced level B CT coronary angiography specialist (highest level). He also has a special interest in advanced echocardiography, including stress echocardiography.

He holds a public hospital appointment at the Lyell McEwin Hospital as a consultant cardiologist specialising in heart failure. He is currently appointed at the University of Adelaide as a clinical senior lecturer.

Daryl received the Australian Government Research Training Program Stipend Scholarship and completed his PhD in ischaemia with no obstructive coronary artery (INOCA); to further his knowledge and understanding of the relationship with obstructive sleep apnoea and non-invasive assessment prospects with advanced echocardiography.

Daryl is dedicated to improving the care of cardiac patients and has been actively involved in research, being a research advisor for clinical trials sites, contributing to peer-reviewed publications and being a reviewer as well as regularly attending major cardiovascular meetings and conferences to keep abreast with the latest cardiovascular research findings.

He is involved with the Coronary Vasomotor Disorder International Study Group (COVADIS) and the CSANZ Coronary Vasomotor Dysfunction Working Group to improve the diagnosis and treatment of patients with MINOCA and INOCA.

His dedication extended to improving junior doctors’ training environment, being a member for the SA Medical Education and Training Health Advisory Council Accreditation Committee. He has contributed to the Therapeutic Goods Administration as a Specialist Medical Advisor.

Originally from Penang, Malaysia, Daryl is linguistically fluent in Mandarin and Hokkien.

Daryl conducts regular clinics at our AshfordNorwood and Mt Barker locations.
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