We are delighted to be able to announce that our fourth Clinic at Katong Square, 88 East Coast Road #02-07, is now OPEN.
This is a newly built development in the mall adjoining Hotel Indigo and Holiday Inn Express – at the centre of the bustling East Coast shopping district. The mall is supported with 3 floors of parking which allows direct access to the clinic via the elevators.
The new clinic has the same medical facilities as our other branches and offers the same services. We have two new Doctors joining our East Coast team – Dr Apiwat Chareonsri and Dr Michelle Cheung. Dr Foong Tsin Uin from the Jelita clinic and Dr Kaye McMullan from the Camden clinic will be moving to East Coast shortly.
With a variety of special interest our Doctors practice Family, Paediatric and Travel medicine seeing patients from newborns to adulthood. They have a wide range of qualifications and expertise, and are committed to whole patient care for all members of the family within a caring, friendly and familiar environment. All Doctors have special interests that will allow you to find a doctor that suits your family needs.
Open Monday to Friday 9am – 5.30pm and on Saturdays from 9am to 1pm.
|Meet Our East Coast Doctors
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