Dr Joanne Probert graduated from The University of Bristol in 1999 and completed Specialist training in Adult and Paediatric Emergency Medicine in 2009. Dr Probert worked as a Consultant in Emergency Medicine at the Royal Gwent Hospital, UK before coming to Singapore in 2013 and worked as a Consultant at Khoo Teck Puat Hospital until 2023.
Dr Probert has had a special interest in Paediatric Emergency Medicine since training and has been department lead for Paediatric Emergency Medicine both in the UK, and whilst at KTPH. She has developed strong links with KK Womens and Childrens Hospital and is an Advanced Paediatric Life Support instructor (APLS).
Dr Probert’s other main area of interest lies in Sport and Exercise Medicine. Dr Probert completed her diploma in Sports and Exercise Medicine at Bath University in 2011. She has a long history of experience working with various sports teams and events both in the UK and Singapore such as Wales Rugby, England Rugby, London 2012 Olympics and Paralympics, SEA games 2015, MMA, The One Championship, Hockey 6s, Standard Chartered Singapore Marathon, HSBC Rugby 7s Singapore and World Rugby.
Dr Probert has a keen interest in research and education. She has had many articles published in peer reviewed journals both in the UK and Singapore. Dr Probert is an Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS) and Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) instructor in Singapore and Course Director for First Aid in Rugby (FAIR), Immediate Care in Rugby (ICIR) and Pre Hospital Immediate Care in Sport (PHICIS) courses worldwide.
On a personal note, Dr Probert loves to explore Singapore and travel around South East Asia with her husband and two daughters, both of whom were born in Singapore. She relaxes by taking a walk in nature, joining a yoga class and cooking for family and friends.