Doctors & Specialist
Obstetrician & Gynaecologist MBBS (Singapore), MRCOG (London), FAMS Dr. Natalie Chua graduated from the National University of Singapore with a Bachelor’s degree in Medicine and Surgery in 2004. With an early focus and determination to be an obstetrician-gynaecologist, Dr. Natalie Chua attained and continued her specialist traineeship at Kandang Kerbau Hospital, culminating in her obtaining her Membership of the Royal College of O&G (MRCOG London) in 2009. Dr Chua specializes in obstetric care which includes preconception health screening, gynaecological cancer screening and prevention, and the management of common gynaecological problems. Dr. Natalie Chua was elected as a council member of the Obstetrical and Gynaecological Society of Singapore in 2010. She remains an active member till this day and has contributed tremendously in the O&G training of other aspiring trainees. She is a strong believer of continuing medical education and contributes actively towards nurturing the future generation of specialists. In this respect, Dr. Natalie Chua was Chairman of the 12th and 13th Regional MRCOG Preparatory Course for aspiring gynaecologists. In addition, Dr. Chua believes strongly in informing her patients of the best birth options possible and she encourages breast feeding. She was the O&G Representative for the Association for Breastfeeding Advocacy […]
Consultant Psychiatrist Subspecialty: Stress-Related, Mood and Anxiety Disorder MBBS (S’pore), MMED (Psychiatry), FAMS (Psychiatry) Dr Marcus Tan Wee Lun obtained his basic and higher medical degrees from the National University of Singapore (NUS). Before joining Nobel Specialist Practice, Dr Tan practiced psychiatry at the Institute of Mental Health, Singapore (IMH), specifically in the areas of General and Forensic Psychiatry. He is also trained in Geriatric Psychiatry, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Military Psychiatry and Liaison Psychiatry. His interests include Mood and Anxiety Disorders, Psychotic Disorders and Stress Disorders. He also manages insomnia and has a special interest in culture-bound phenomenon. Among the highlights of his career thus far include his participation in the Bantul Earthquake relief during 2006. For his involvement, he was awarded the Minister of Health Award (2006), as well as the Certificate of Excellence, Directorate General of Medical Care, Dr Sarjito Hospital, Ministry of Health, Republic of Indonesia (2006). He is also an experienced CARE Team leader, a trainer for crisis management training and an invited speaker at courses and seminars. He has also received the Service Champion Award at IMH. Dr Tan believes strongly in medical education. He has been involved in undergraduate teaching and curriculum development […]
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Greenlife Dental Clinic (Beach Road)– We provide a comprehensive range of dental treatment to cater to all your needs. Not every patient will have the same treatment plan even if the condition seem very similar. It is important to discuss your condition and expectations with your dentist. Solutions that you need Tooth Coloured Fillings Crowns and Bridges Wisdom Tooth Surgery / Extraction Bone Grafting Smile Reconstruction Braces Teeth Whitening Porcelain Veneers Root Canal Therapy Dental Implants Full Mouth Rehabilitation Child Dentistry
Slated for completion in 2020, the 550-bed Outram Community Hospital (OCH) will play a key role in supporting the growing ageing population in Singapore. The community hospital was developed under the Singapore Healthcare 2020 Masterplan. Patients transiting between Singapore General Hospital (SGH) and OCH will benefit from the seamless continuity of care, as the hospitals are connected via a link bridge. Patients will also achieve favourable rehabilitation outcomes, with care from multi-disciplinary teams from OCH, SGH and the SingHealth National Specialty Centres.In addition, HCA Hospice Care will be locating their home hospice offices and a day hospice at OCH. Community partnerships like this not only promote coordinated care for patients but also improve sharing of resources and staff training at both OCH and HCA.
When fully opened, the Sengkang Community Hospital (SKCH), together with the Sengkang General Hospital (SKH), will be one of Singapore’s largest regional hospitals. Serving the Northeast community, the 400-bed SKCH is easily accessible from the nearby Sengkang MRT station and bus interchange. The co-location of the community hospital, along with the acute hospital and specialist clinics, will ensure a smooth transition for patients from initial diagnosis to treatment and follow-up care. This healthcare hub will also allow patients convenient access to a wide range of medical and rehabilitative services. Going beyond functional infrastructure, our healthcare team strives to listen to patients’ concerns, empower them with accurate information to make informed decisions and live meaningfully. Offering holistic treatment, the team comprises family physicians, nurses, and allied health professionals who each has a critical role to play. Even though rehabilitative care is the focus in community hospitals, family physicians also help to stabilise medical conditions and treat chronic diseases. In line with SCH’s aim to bridge care and build communities, we connect patients with healthcare teams in their own communities so that they can continue receiving care after discharge.
Sengkang General Hospital (SKH) forms a vital part of Singapore’s master plan to provide quality and accessible care to better serve the healthcare needs in North-Eastern Singapore. Offering a wide spectrum of specialist clinics and co-located with Sengkang Community Hospital, SKH will be part of the newest integrated hospital campus delivering multi-disciplinary and patient-centric care covering all major healthcare disciplines. Reflecting our mission of achieving better health together, SKH’s team of doctors, nurses, and allied health professionals practise multi-disciplinary and team-based care. Patients are treated holistically and will benefit from having a primary doctor (specialist) oversee and coordinate their care throughout their hospitalisation stay and follow-up. For patients who need longer-term rehabilitative care, they can be seamlessly transferred from the general hospital to the community hospital to receive the appropriate care during their recovery. As part of the hospital’s efforts to provide integrated care for patients, our multi-disciplinary care team works with polyclinics, general practitioners, and other healthcare providers to provide longer-term care for chronic disease management through follow-ups with patients and ensuring timely and appropriate access to specialist care for acute and complex cases. Allowing residents in the north-east to access national specialty services nearer their home, SKH has collaborated with National Heart Centre, National Cancer Centre, Singapore National Eye Centre, National Dental Centre Singapore, National Neuroscience Institute and KK […]
Yishun Community Hospital is one of Singapore’s largest community hospitals to provide intermediate care for recuperating patients who do not require the intensive services of an acute-care hospital. Situated beside Khoo Teck Puat Hospital, the two hospitals bring about an integrated care experience for patients, through a network of healthcare teams, information flow and treatment plans.
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