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Dr Loo Hui Voon

Family Medicine, Women Health, Thyroid and Adrenal Health, Gut Health, Psychological Health, Paediatric Health and Disease Prevention.

Dr Loo Hui Voon graduated from University College Dublin in Ireland. She completed her postgraduate family medicine training and obtained Master of Medicine in Family Medicine with the National University of Singapore. She holds the Collegiate Membership of the College of Family Physicians Singapore, MCFP(S).
Her main interests are in family medicine, women health, thyroid and adrenal health, gut health, psychological health, paediatric health and disease prevention. She has an interest in nutritional medicine and believes in holistic approach to address the underlying cause of diseases. She holds Fellowship with the Australasian College of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine and has done training with Institute for Functional Medicine and Advanced Nutrient Therapy by Walsh Research Institute in the US.
Academically, she is involved in postgraduate family medicine tutoring with the Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, National University of Singapore and sessional clinical facilitator and examiner with the LKC School of Medicine, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.
Dr Loo is fluent in English, Mandarin, Bahasa Melayu, Cantonese and Hokkien.

Dr Timotheus Ooi

Family Medicine, Men Health, Hormonal health, Thyroid and Adrenal Health, Gut Health, Psychological Health, Performance Enhancement, Disease Prevention

Dr Tim’s life’s purpose is to help patients enjoy the fullness of life for as long as possible. He does this by using a holistic approach that strives to bring the best that conventional and complementary medicine can offer, while avoiding the pitfalls of each.
He received his MBBS degree in the National University of Singapore in 2015 and trained at Tan Tock Seng Hospital where he completed rotations in Internal Medicine, such as Rheumatology and Haematology-Oncology, where he received a post graduate teaching award. He has completed the Graduate Diploma in Family Medicine (GDFM) and is one out of two Institute of Functional Medical Certified Practitioners (IFMCP) in Singapore.
Dr. Tim uses a precision approach, which emphasises systematically identifying the root cause(s) of disease. While this may require more history taking and testing, it helps focus the number of interventions while increasing the probability of success. Interventions tend to be lifestyle-first and may include supplements, medications and referrals to other practitioners when essential. The success of interventions are assessed periodically using objective key indicators which are aligned to the patient’s goals.
​Dr Tim’s core values are: integrity, deep listening, continuous learning, patient education and open-mindedness. He is often described as candid and down-to-earth. While he is interested in seeing any condition at any age, he is passionate about immunology, mental, gut and hormonal health.
The ideal patient to work with Dr. Tim is someone who understands that health and well-being does not come through quick-fixes but through behavioural modification, experimentation and determination.

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