CLINIC HOTLINE
HEALTHPATH MEDICAL CLINIC AND SURGERY (ANG MO KIO)
CLINIC HOTLINE
64832556  (main) / 6483 4339 (fax)

 

 

J LASER & AESTHETICS CLINIC (ROYAL SQUARE MEDICAL SUITES @ NOVENA) CLINIC HOTLINE
64513313 (main) / 86787953
(24hrs whatsapp number)

 

CLINIC HOURS
HEALTHPATH MEDICAL CLINIC AND SURGERY (ANG MO KIO) CLINIC HOURS
Mondays-Thursdays 0830-1200hrs, 1400-1630hrs,
1830-2100hrs (Night sessions start at 1900hrs for Tuesdays & Thursdays)
Fridays 0830-1200hrs, 1400-1630hrs
Saturdays & Sundays 0830-1200hrs
Closed on all Friday Evenings & Public Holidays 
 
**Last patient registration may be EARLIER than stipulated if the clinic is overcrowded. Non-emergency cases will not be entertained AFTER last patient registration cutoff. Phone registration or pre-booking will not be accepted 
 
**To avoid disappointment, please call the clinic directly if you are planning to seek a medical consult near to our closing hours as cutoff timing may vary depending on existing crowd, and patients insisting to be seen after last registration timing will be subjected to after-office-hour surcharges (only if the doctor on duty is still available)
 
 
J LASER & AESTHETICS CLINIC (ROYAL SQUARE MEDICAL SUITES @ NOVENA) CLINIC HOURS
Mondays-Fridays 1000-1900hrs
Saturdays 1000-1700hrs
Closed on all Sundays & Public Holidays

What’s HFMD and what should I do?

HFMD, also known as Hand Foot Mouth Disease, is a contagious medical condition, usually seen in the younger population. However, it may sometimes occur in adults as well. Common symptoms include fever, mouth ulcers and blister-like rashes over the hands and/or feet.

It is caused by the Enterovirus group of organisms, and it can be transmitted easily via the infected individual’s oral secretions (saliva), blister fluid and stool. Therefore, it is imperative to isolate yourself home, and to observe proper hygiene in order to minimize transmission of disease and/or your family’s chances of getting infected.

There is no specific treatment for the condition, except medication for symptom relief. Fortunately, it is a self-limiting medication condition, and most, if not all, will recover fully.  If any of your family members are suspected of having the condition, please do not hesitate to seek medical attention with our clinic doctors.