​Specialized Clinics (Outpatients)


The Breast Clinic run by Gastrointestinal Medicine and Surgery provides evaluation and consultation services to women complaining of changes, lumps or other issues with their breasts. When a patient comes to the Clinic, she is physically examined and appropriately assessed. If the problem is not easily diagnosed, the patient will be asked to undergo investigative procedures e.g. laboratory tests, mammogram and ultrasound and then return for a follow-up visit.

The breast surgeon performs minor surgical procedures and has the capacity to conduct radiological investigations in the clinic. If a patient is found to have a suspicious lesion, the doctors may carry out a biopsy to collect a sample for diagnosis. The clinic also provides surgical care after surgery at the Wound Clinic, where the patient is managed for the wound drain and recovery from stitches and staples.

The breast clinic medical team promotes the importance of regular and timely screening of the breasts to help in early detection of possible medical issues.

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The Child Learning and Behaviour Clinic is run by the Mind and Brain Service Line focused towards supporting the individual needs of children. The CLBC is a comprehensive collection of psychiatric and therapeutic services for children between the ages of 2 to 10 years, offered by Psychiatry Services. The patient receives care from a multi-disciplinary team specialized in child and adolescent mental health and includes a Child Psychiatrist, Psychologist, Speech Therapist and an Occupational Therapist.

Our internationally accredited specialists provide medical expertise to children undergoing developmental and behavioural problems, including but not limited to, <Autism>, Speech and Language Difficulties, Behavioural Difficulties, Learning Difficulties, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and Mood Disorders.

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The High Risk Maternity Clinic run by Women’s Health Care provides obstetric care for complicated and high-risk pregnancies. Counselling services are offered for unfavourable pregnancy outcomes (e.g. death of new born child, recurrent miscarriage or abnormal development of unborn child) and long-term (chronic) medical​ problems.

The clinic provides second level ultrasounds to screen for major chromosomal abnormalities and structural malformations in the baby with nuchal thickness, genetic sonogram and functional foetal echocardiography (detailed evaluation of structure and function of the heart). It also provides screening for preterm birth by measuring the transvaginal cervical length, monitoring the growth of the unborn child with biometry and Doppler studies. In addition, the clinic helps in prenatal diagnosis with chronic villus sampling (CVS) and amniocentesis.

Specialized Maternal Medicine clinics offer pre-conception counselling and pregnancy care to women with chronic medical diseases. The maternal medicine consultant and diabetologist run a combined maternal diabetic clinic for visiting patients (outpatients), to provide pre-pregnancy and antenatal care to women with diabetes mellitus.

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The Type I Diabetes Clinic run by the Internal Medicine provides education and counselling sessions to individuals experiencing the symptoms. The clinic offers advanced treatment options, including ‘Insulin Pump Therapy’ as well as a healthcare package that includes the following:

  • Consultation visit with an Endocrinologist doctor

  • Consultation with a registered Nutritionist (dietician) to educate and inform you about special diabetic nutritional diets  

  • Consultation with a Diabetes Educator (specialist in diabetes) to help you self-manage the disease more efficiently.

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The Women’s Health and Oncology Clinic (Gynaecological Oncology) run by the Women’s Health Care and the Oncology, offers screening, diagnosis and management of precancerous and cancerous conditions of the uterus, cervix, ovaries, vagina, vulva, tubes and trophoblastic diseases.

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The Anticoagulation Clinic run by Oncology provides evaluation and consultation services to patients receiving anticoagulation therapy for underlying medical conditions. The clinic offers continuous assessment for oral anticoagulation medications. This is important because the anticoagulation medicine 

  • may interact with another drug the patient may be taking (drug-drug interaction); 
  • when taken with some foods simultaneously, may alter the body's ability to utilize the food or drug, or cause serious side effects (drug-food interaction) and 
  • may worsen the symptoms of an existing disease  (drug-disease interaction). 

The anticoagulation pharmacist maintains an anticoagulation record book for each patient. The anticoagulation consultant team also helps patients in bridging their blood clotting therapy for surgery or other procedures. The clinic offers education and counselling about the use of new novel Oral Anticoagulants (NOAC) as well.

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