At the Portland Hospital, Swee provides care for newborn babies and children of all ages. She is committed to providing every child with care of the very highest standard, tailored to their individual needs.
Swee specialises in neonatal medicine, having trained at the University of Alberta (Canada) and at King’s College Medical School (London). She was appointed Consultant in 1992 and since 1998 has been Consultant in Neonatal Paediatrics at Homerton University Hospital. She has served as clinical governance lead clinician at Homerton University Hospital. In that role, she was involved in improving the quality of care, assessing risk and shaping policy.
She has been the principal investigator at Homerton University Hospital in a number of multicentre clinical trials. Her published research has ranged from parent Involvement in pain management for NICU Infants to prediction of early tolerance to enteral feeding in preterm infants by measurement of superior mesenteric artery blood flow velocity. She has given a number of presentations at international conferences.
Swee is the lead at the North East London Simulation Network which provides advanced simulation training for paediatricians, in collaboration with the London School of Paediatrics Simulation Network. She also trains and supervises junior doctors at Homerton University Hospital.
Swee is a Fellow of Royal College of Physicians and the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health. She is a member of the Neonatal Society and the British Association of Perinatal Medicine. She also serves on the City and Hackney Child Death Overview Panel.