International Medical Clinic (IMC) specialises in family, paediatric and travel medicine. IMC has provided medical care in Singapore for over 17 years and is the first choice medical provider for the international community.
Dr Karien de Groof completed her medical training in Erasmus University, Rotterdam in 2009 and has worked as a resident in Paediatrics, Internal Medicine and Cardiology. In 2013 she completed her General Medicine training at the Medical Faculty in Erasmus, University of Rotterdam.
Dr Karien has worked as a GP in various practices in the Netherlands before moving to Geneva, Switzerland. In Geneva she worked as a doctor for an emergency home visit service and practiced as a GP in a medical center.
Dr Karien has completed additional training in trauma support, travel medicine, sports based medicine and nutrition.
In 2019 she moved to Singapore with her husband and two children. Dr Karien speaks Dutch and French fluently.
Dr Eldridge is a UK doctor who graduated from Guys and St Thomas’ Hospital in London UK in 1998. He intercalated this with a degree in Psychology. His main interest at the time was surgical and he attained membership to the Royal College of Surgeons in 2002.
Dr Eldridge became a partner in a busy suburban London NHS practice for 5 years undertaking medicals and travel advice as well as working in corporate private clinics. Dr Eldridge relocated to Melbourne in 2012, to further his clinical experience. This involved working for a busy clinic providing emergency and operative care to the community. He is registered with UKOOA to perform off-shore medicals. Dr Eldridge is Head of Department for IMC Jelita.
Dr Mélissandre Noël is a Canadian doctor who graduated from the University of Montreal in 2009, and went on to complete a residency in Family Medicine at the University of British Columbia (2011). She then pursued extra training in obstetrics and newborn care. She practiced in a full service family practice clinic in Vancouver, Canada for 5 years prior to her relocation to Singapore. During that time, part of her practice included maternity care and delivering babies. She also ran dedicated youth clinics, providing mental, sexual and reproductive health services to adolescents.