How to Refer
Information For General Practioners/ Referring Doctors Only
The fastest and easiest way to refer is to use our online referral form.
You may also use use our custom referral form or your own stationery.
Patients may book an appointment by calling our office or by making an online appointment
(02) 9680 8822
Waiting Times For Appointments
There is typically a 1-3 month for non-urgent appointments to see Dr Singh
Dr North, Dr Lee and Dr Huang can typically be seen within 2-4 weeks.
For Urgent Appointments
We have a password system for urgent appointments. If patients give our receptionist the password, they will be force-booked onto the next clinic (usually within 1 week). If you require a password for your urgent patients, please forward a request on your practice letterhead, or call our staff.
For Emergency Appointments
Please call our reception team or Dr Singh directly on his mobile. Dr Singh has instructed our reception team to always force-book any direct requests from GPs/ referrers. If you require Dr Singh’s mobile number, please forward a request on your practice letterhead, or call our receptionist.
If Dr Singh cannot be contacted (while operating or overseas), please call our clinic doctor on 0419 680 883 or one of Dr Singh's Trainee Registrars at Westmead Public Hospital, 24 hours / 7 days a week on (02) 8890 5555 - ask for the ENT Registrar.
For general ENT advice 24/7
Dr Singh is always available to speak to you personally. Please call Dr Singh directly on his mobile 24/7. He will endeavour to answer all calls from GPs/ referrers at the earliest opportunity. If you require Dr Singh’s mobile number, please forward a request on your practice letterhead, or call our receptionist.
If Dr Singh cannot be contacted (while operating or overseas), please call our clinic doctor on 0419 680 883 or one of Dr Singh’s Trainee Registrars at Westmead Public Hospital, 24 hours / 7 days a week on (02) 8890 5555 – ask for the ENT Registrar.
Would your Division of General Practice/ GP group like to receive a personalised talk on an ENT topic? Dr Singh is an award-winning speaker with multiple appearances on National and International Television and newspapers (Channel 9 - "RPA", ABC News, BBC UK - "City Hospital", Sydney Morning Herald, Daily Telegraph, Reader's Digest, etc). Dr Singh is recognised for simplifying complex issues into easy-to-understand and entertaining discussions. He is invited to speak at conferences in Australia and abroad. Many of Dr Singh's talks are eligible for CME points. Sponsorship is often available. Please contact us to discuss your needs.
International Speaker Requests
If you wish to book Dr Singh to speak at your next International conference, please contact us at the earliest opportunity. International speaking engagements usually require at least 6 months notice. Please note that we receive numerous requests for speaking engagements but cannot accommodate all invitations. Preference is given to Keynote speaker positions and topics of interest to Dr Singh. These include:
- Advanced/ Complex Endoscopic Sinus Surgery
- Nasal polyps and Nasal Allergy (The topic of Dr Singh's Masters thesis)
- Snoring and OSA surgery
- Computerised Surgical Navigation (GPS for surgery)
- Rhinoplasty, aesthetic and functional, including caucasian, non-caucasian and complex cases
- ENT and Dentistry/ Orthodontics/ Max-Fax
- Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) in the nose and sinuses (www.scona.org)
International Fellows, Training Registrars, Scientific Researchers and Junior doctors interested in conducting research under the supervision of Dr Singh are encouraged to apply. We have dedicated research funding available. You will be supported by the research facilities of The University of Sydney and the clinical resources of The Western Sydney Health District. Dr Singh has numerous research topics available for motivated researchers. Publication of your results is our priority.
International Fellowships/ Students
Dr Singh regularly supervises visiting International Surgeons and Students.
Students should apply directly through the University of Sydney Medical Faculty.
Visiting Surgeons should contact us directly.