General Practice

The general practice serves as the front line in any healthcare system. GPs are the first points of contact for patients, and are a vital link in providing the community’s medical services. 

The principal role of general practitioners (GPs) is that of relieving personal illness in all its forms, in the manner best suited for each patient who walks through the practice’s doors.

With a general practitioner, or “GPs” as they are known, the emphasis is that a long-term doctor-patient relationship.

As a patient, this relationship with your GP not only encompasses treatment when ill, but also discussion and education on proactive steps and early intervention to maintain your health. 

A GP is able to build on his or her knowledge of each patient’s personal issues and circumstances, to formulate cost-effective care, which is highly valued by patients, whille helping to maintain community health. 

When should you see a GP?

General healthcare

From diagnosing and treating  minor and chronic complaints, to consulting on more serious health issues

Preventive healthcare

Regular health screenings with your GP to watch for early signs of a disease or health issues you may face

Health education

You can get educated on potential health risks, and preventive steps taken to maintain your quality of life

General Practitioners

Dr Andrew Yap, MB BCh BAO

Dr Andrew’s main focus is on infectious diseases, mental health and child health. He is a current executive committee member of the Malaysian Society of HIV Medicine (MASHM) and is part of the HIV Connect face-to-face GP training faculty. He is also currently involved in MyPreP, a pilot study of HIV Pre-exposure Prophylaxis in Malaysia.

(Walk-in, or schedule an appointment)

Dr Hanis Saadah Husin, MBBS, MFamMed (Malaya)

Dr. Hanis is a Family Medicine Specialist with a special interest in chronic diseases such as hypertension and diabetes. She also enjoys guiding expectant mothers throughout their pregnancy journeys.  She firmly believes that good communication between healthcare providers and patients is key in achieving patient-orientated care.

(Walk-in, or schedule an appointment)

Dr Rosvinder Singh, MD, DrPH

Dr Rosvinder’s medical interests and focus lie mainly in occupational health, sexual health, as well as treating fringe groups such as the transgender community. He is also passionate about treating vaccine-preventable diseases and is involved in the MyPreP Project.

(No appointment required. Walk-in, see clinic’s doctor on duty schedule.)

Dr Mohan Rao, MD

Dr Mohan has a particular focus on infectious diseases and microbiology, and is currently involved in studies on PreP, leptospirosis prevalence (“rat urine disease”), and CRE (antibiotic-resistant bacteria) strains.

(No appointment required. Walk-in, see clinic’s doctor on duty schedule.)

Contact Us

Send us a WhatsApp message at +6010-873 0175 anytime during our operation hours.

Monday to Friday: 10:00am-8:00pm
Saturday: 10:00am-3:00pm

Closed on Sundays and Public Holidays.