Mr Wei-Han Tay is an Australian-trained Orthopaedic Surgeon who focuses on the treatment of foot and ankle conditions, and trauma.
Wei-Han obtained his undergraduate medical degree at the University of New South Wales in 2005. He commenced his basic surgical training at the Royal Melbourne Hospital in 2007, during which he was also an anatomy demonstrator at the University of Melbourne and studied a Post Graduate Diploma in Surgical Anatomy. In 2008, he devoted a year to full time clinical research as part of his Master of Surgery under the University of Melbourne.
Wei-Han completed his advanced surgical training in Orthopaedic surgery in New South Wales, and was admitted as a Fellow of the Australasian College of Surgeons (RACS) and as a Fellow of the Australian Orthopaedic Association (AOA) in 2016. He subsequently spent another 12 months undertaking AOA-accredited fellowships to gain further expertise and experience in his chosen areas of particular expertise. This included a foot and ankle fellowship at the Royal North Shore Hospital in Sydney and a shoulder fellowship at Western Health in Melbourne.
Dr Tay has expertise in the management of the following conditions:
• Bunion and forefoot deformities
• Hallux rigidus or big toe arthritis
• Ankle instability
• Ankle arthritis
• Flatfoot deformity
• Midfoot arthritis
• Lisfranc injuries
• Calcaneal fractures
• Ankle fractures
• Complex foot and ankle trauma
Wei-Han has public appointments at the Royal Melbourne Hospital and Box Hill Hospital.