Top Recommended Gynaecologists in Singapore 2023

Almost all modern and top gynaecologists are also obstetricians and therefore the term obstetricians & gynecologists or O&G in short. The term 'gynecologist' is often mis-spelled as 'gynocologist' by laymen. In many areas, the specialties of gynaecology and obstetrics overlap.

To select a doctor, many of us rely on a single recommendation or even a random search through the search engines. Your gynecologist or women’s health specialist assists you with your pregnancy, screens you for diseases, helps you plan a family and more. And when you are pregnant, this person (other than yourself) will understand your situation and is the one to ensure two people (you and your baby) are at the best possible health.

However, choosing the right obstetrician and gynecologist (O&G) for your pregnancy and also the right place to deliver your baby may not be as simple as one might think.

The list below is a long list. Please read this guide on how do you choose a gynaecologist in Singapore before you proceed. Then, you can use the list below to start your short-listing process as per the guide.

If you are looking for reviews on gynaecologists, please check out gynaecologist Singapore review.

Top Recommended Gynaecologists in Singapore 2023

recommended gynaes in singapore

We have compiled a list of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (Singapore) categorized by major centers in Singapore.

The list below is long and comprehensive. If you wish to have a shortlisted list or only female gynaecologists, check out best female gynaes in Singapore.

Please proceed to short-list and incorporate your research from various other sources.


KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital (KKH Gynae) | KKH Gynae Recommendation 2023

Address and Telephone Contact No.

100 Bukit Timah Road
Singapore 229899
Tel: +65 6-CALL KKH (+65 6-2255 554)

Dr. Tan Hak Koon (KKH) - Featured in The Wedding Vow


Senior Consultant, KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital
Qualifications: MBBS, FRCOG (UK), M Med (O&G), MRACOG (Aust), FAMS
Speciality: Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Maternal Fetal Medicine

Dr. Tan Hak Koon is currently appointed as the chairman and senior consultant of the Division of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital. He specialises in high-risk pregnancy and ultrasound scans. Expectant mothers who are experiencing pregnancy complications and need special antenatal care would opt to seek his expert advice and medical services. While considered “a man of few words” as remarked by some of his patients, he is very accommodating and answers every inquiry. Known to be risk-averse, he is very decisive when confronted with critical cases, and acts fast to prevent further complications.

See Dr. Tan’s profile >

Doctors (Consultant Obstetrician and Gynecologist) in KKH

General Obstetrics & Gynaecology

A/Prof Tan Thiam Chye
A/Prof John Tee Chee Seng
Dr Tan Kim Teng
Dr George Mariamma
Dr Khong Chit Chong
Dr June Tan (Female)
Dr Khoo Chong Kiat
Dr Suzanna Sulaiman (Female)
Dr Manisha Mathur
Dr Lee Jiah Min Review
Dr Crystal Chin Hsuan (Female)
Dr Tan Toh Lick Review
Dr Kathirvel Rajeswari
Dr Tan Yu Fen Pamela (Female)
Dr Ong Xiaohui
Dr Wang Peiying Candice (Female)
Dr Wee Horng Yen
Dr Jasmine Mohd (Female)
Dr Tan Lay Kok

A/Prof Bernard Chern Su Min (KK Endometriosis Centre)
Assoc Prof Tan Thiam Chye
Dr Tan Kai Lit
Dr Khong Chit Chong (Menopause Unit)
Dr Tan Toh Lick

Dr Suzanna Binte Sulaiman

Maternal Fetal Medicine

Prof Yeo Seow Heong, George
Prof Kenneth Kwek Yung Chiang
Dr Edwin Thia


Minimally Invasive Surgery

Assoc Prof Chern Su Min Bernard
Dr Beh Suan Tiong
Dr Anthony Siow
Dr Mohamed Siraj Shahul Hameed
Dr Wei-Wei Wee-Stekly


Uro-Gynaecology

Adj Assoc Prof Han How Chuan, William

National University Hospital | NUH Gynae Recommendation 2023


Address and Telephone Contact No.

5 Lower Kent Ridge Road
Singapore 119074
Contact No.: (65) 6779 5555
Emergency (24 Hrs): (65) 6772 5000

Prof. Su Lin Lin (NUH) - Featured in The Wedding Vow

Head & Senior Consultant, Division of Maternal Fetal Medicine
Qualifications: MBBS (Aust), MRCOG (UK), MMED (O&G S’pore)
Sub-specialties: Obstetrics

Prof. Su Lin Lin currently practises her specialisation in general Obstetrics and Gynaecology at the National University Hospital (NUH). Her research focuses on postpartum haemorrhage, foetal therapy and antenatal ultrasound.

See Prof. Su Lin Lin’s profile >
 
Doctors (Consultant Obstetrician and Gynecologist) in NUH

Prof Yong Eu Leong  
Prof P C Wong   
Prof Kuldip Singh   
A/Prof Wong Yee Chee   
A/Prof Chan Shiao-Yng (Female)  
Asst Prof Su Lin Lin (Female)
A/Prof Mahesh Choolani   
A/Prof Mary Rauff  (Female)
A/Prof Arijit Biswas   
A/Prof Arunachalam Ilancheran   
A/Prof Chong Yap Seng    
Dr Anita Sugam Kale  (Female)
Dr Chua Tsei Meng  (Female)
A/Prof Citra Nurfarah binte Zaini Mattar (Female)
Dr Jeffrey Low Jen Hui   
Dr Ng Soon Yau Joseph   
Dr Stephen Chew Siong Lin   
Dr Vanaja Kalaichelvan (Female)
Dr Winnie Wun (Female)
Dr Pearl Tong (Female)
Dr Arundhati Gosavi (Female)
Dr Khalil Razvi (Male)
Dr Harvard Lin (Male)
Dr Huang Zhongwei (Male)
Dr Jeslyn Wong (Female)
Dr Nau’shil Kaur Randhawa (Female)
Dr Ng Kai Lyn (Female)
Dr Karen Lim (Female)


Singapore General Hospital | SGH Gynae Recommendation

Address and Telephone Contact No.

Outram Road, Singapore 169608
General Enquiries (Tel): +65 6222 3322

Name of Doctors (Consultant Obstetrician and Gynecologist)

A/Prof Yong Tze Tein (Female)
Sub-Specialty: Reproductive Medicine, Menopause, Adolescent Gynaecology

Prof Charles Ng
Sub-Specialty: Reproductive Medicine

Dr. Chua Hong Liang
Sub-Specialty: Gynae-Oncology, Urogynaecology

Dr Jason Lim Shau Khng
Sub-specialty: Andrology, Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Reproductive Medicine, Urogynaecology

Dr Rajesh Hemashree
Sub-specialty: Fertility Preservation, Male and Female Infertility, Minimally Invasive Surgery, Obstetrics & Gynaecology

Dr Ravichandran Nadarajah
Specialty: Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Surgery & Surgical Oncology Sub-specialty: Gynaecological Oncology, Minimally Invasive Surgery

Dr Serene Lim Liqing
Sub-specialty: Fertility Preservation, Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Reproductive Medicine

Dr. Tan Wei Ching (Female)
Sub-Specialty: Maternal Fetal Medicine

A/Prof Tay Sun Kuie
Sub-Specialty: Gynaecological Tumours and Cancers, Endometriosis

A/Prof Yu Su Ling (Female)
Sub-Specialty: Reproductive Medicine

Dr Andy Tan Wei Keat
Specialty: Obstetrics & Gynaecology



Gleneagles Hospital - Private Gynae Clinics

Address and Telephone Contact No.

6A Napier Road
Singapore 258500
Contact: (+65) 6735-5000

Name of Doctors (Consultant Obstetrician and Gynecologist)

Dr Ang Huai Yan
Dr Chan Kong Hon
Dr Anupriya Agarwal
Dr Cheng Hung Henry
Dr Chia Yin Nin
Dr Chong Kwang Leng Rosalind
Dr Choo Wan Ling
Dr Chua Sze Yuen Irene
Dr Han How Chuan
Dr Jasmine Binte Mohd
Dr Koh Seow Choon Daniel
Dr Law Wei Seng
Dr Lim Li-Wen Tracey
Dr Nair Suresh
Dr Ng Kai Lyn
Dr Siow Yew Ming Anthony
Dr Sivahami Saraswathi Sivananthan
Dr Tan Wei Keat (Andy)
Dr Ting Hua Sieng
Dr Tseng Leng Aun Arthur
Dr Watt Wing Fong 
Dr Tanny Chan (Female)
Dr Mary Yang (Female)
Dr Lisa Chin (Female)
Dr Chew Peter
Dr Chew Sek Yuen
Dr Oei Pau Ling
Dr Foong Lian Cheun
Dr Jothi Kumar
Dr Lim Gordon
Dr Brenda Low Wen Yong (Female)
Dr Ng Soon Chye
Dr See Tho Kai Yin
Dr Seng Shay Way
Dr Sng Soo Pheow
Dr Tan Kok Kong
Dr Chong Yew Luen, Christopher


Mount Elizabeth Medical Centre - Private Gynae Clinics

Address and Telephone Contact No.

3 Mount Elizabeth 
Singapore 228510
Contact: (+65) 6735-5000

Dr Chee Jing Jye - Featured in Top 10 Picks of TheAsianParent

A leading female obstetrician and gynaecologist in Singapore, Dr Chee Jing Jye or Dr JJ Chee is also one of the most recommended female gynaes around the little red dot. She is a mother of three herself, and understands the unique needs of women.

Dr Chee sub-specialises in Maternal Fetal Medicine and provides patients with the full spectrum obstetric and gynaecological consulting. This, in addition to surgical services for women of all ages.

She is also a registered colposcopist with the Society for Colposcopy & Cervical Pathology of Singapore (SCCPS) and specialises in precancerous gynaecological conditions of the uterus and cervix.

You can book appointments with Dr Chee, here.

Doctors (Consultant Obstetrician and Gynecologist) in Mount Elizabeth Medical Centre - alphabetical order

Dr Chan Yew Foon 
Dr Cheng Jew Ping 
Dr Chia Yee Tien (Female)
Dr Charles MP Lim 
Dr. Claudia Chi
Dr. Julianah Abu
Dr. Anupriya Agarwal
Dr. Douglas Ong Kheng Ho
Dr. Rauff Shakina
Dr. Sivahami Saraswathi Sivananthan
Dr Chew Shing Chai 
Dr Dolly Wee (Female)
Dr. Fong Kah Leng (Female)
Dr Kelly Loi Shen-Yi (Female)
Dr Ho Kok Kee 
Dr Lisa Wong (Female)
Dr Koh Chung Fai 
Dr Kowa Nam Sing 
Dr Lien Lian Sze 
Dr Loh Foo Hoe 
Dr Selina Chua Poh Kim (Female)
Dr Theresa Cheng (Female)
Dr Yap Lip Kee 
Dr Yeoh Swee Choo 
Dr Yap Hui Ann Christine 



Raffles Hospital - Private Gynae Clinics

Address and Telephone Contact No.

585 North Bridge Rd
Singapore 188770
Tel. 67882288

Name of Doctors (Consultant Obstetrician and Gynecologist)

Dr Koh Gim Hwee
Dr Tony Tan Yew Teck
Dr Joan Thong Pao-Wen (Female)
Dr Lee I-Wuen (Female)
Dr Karolyn Goh Wee Ching (Female)
Dr Cordelia Han Chih Chih (Female)
Dr Sheila Loh Kia Ee
Dr Chow Kah Kiong
Dr Jazlan Joosoph
Dr Shamini Nair
Dr Seng Shay Way



Thomson Medical Gynae Recommendation

Address and Telephone Contact No.

339 Thomson Road, Singapore 307677
Open 24 hours
+65 6250 2222

Dr Tan Kai Lit - Featured in The Wedding Vow

Dr. Tan - Popular Gynaecologists & OBGYNs in Singapore

Source

Specialty: Obstetrics & Gynaecology (O&G)

Dr Tan Kai Lit delivers specialist consultation and surgery to women of all ages. He specialises in the 3 key areas of women’s healthcare: gynaecology, obstetrics, and reproductive healthcare. So even if you are not a mum yet, you can still go to him should you have menstrual problems, endometrial polyps, ovarian cysts, fibroids and PAP smear problems. And even though he has been in medical practice since 2003, Dr Tan’s background extends to medical teaching and obstetric research, even having been recognised by the National Medical Research Council award way back.

Moreover, Dr Tan Kai Lit is highly interested in the medical and surgical management of high-risk pregnancies (e.g. twins), as well as in the ultrasound assessment of at-risk fetuses and invasive prenatal diagnostic procedures. He is also trained in gynaecological open and laparoscopic surgery (e.g. polypectomy, dilatation and curettage, hysteroscopy, cystectomy, myomectomy, hysterectomy). He has done gynaecological surgeries for women with laparoscopy when they have been told that it could only be done by an open incision (Pfannenstiel Incision).

Dr Tan provides his services at KL Tan Clinic & Surgery for Women in Thomson Medical Centre. He is also appointed as the Head of the Fetal Assessment and Ultrasound Department at Thomson Medical. Do also check out Dr Tan Kai Lit’s reviews for more information..

Doctors (Consultant Obstetrician and Gynecologist) in Thomson Medical Centre  - Alphabetical order

Dr Adelina Wong
MBBS (Singapore) 1992, MRCOG (London, UK) 1997, FAMS 2006

Dr Adrian Woodworth
MBBS (Singapore), MRCOG (UK), MMED – O&G (Singapore), MRANZCOG (Australia)

Dr Beh Suan Tiong
MBBS (Singapore) 1987, MRCOG (UK) 1993, FAMS (Singapore) 1998

Dr Benjamin Tham
MBBS (Singapore) 1990, MRCOG (UK) 1997, MMED(O&G) (Singapore) 1997, MRACOG (Australia) 1997, FRANZCOG (AUS/NZ) 2000, FAMS (Singapore) 2002

Dr Chang Tou Choong
MBBS (UK) 1985, FRCS (Glasgow) 1990, MRCOG (UK) 1990, MD (UK) 1994, FAMS (Singapore) 1994

Dr Cheng Li Chang
MBBS (Singapore) 1984, MRCOG (London) 1990, FAMS (Singapore) 1994, FRCOG (London) 2003

Dr Claudine Tan
MRCOG (London), MBBS (Singapore)

Dr Crystal Chin Hsuan
MBBS, MRCOG (UK), FAMS

Dr Eunice Chua
MBBS (Singapore) 1985, MRCOG (London) 1990, FAMS (Singapore) 1996

Dr Freda Khoo
MBBS (Spore), MMED (O&G) (Spore), MRCOG (UK) FAMS

Dr Geraldine Tan
MBBS (Singapore), MMED – O&G (Singapore), MRCOG (UK)

Dr Janice Tung
MBBS (Singapore) MRCOG (UK)

Dr Jeanette Chen
BMedSci(Hons)(UK) 1994, MBBCH(Wales) 1994, DFFP(UK) 1998, MRCOG(UK)1999, FAMS 2004, FRCOG(UK) 2018

Dr Judy Wong Pui Ling
MBBS (Singapore) 1992, MRCOG (UK) 1998, MMed (O&G) (Singapore) 1998, FAMS (Singapore) 2002

Dr Kee Wei Heong
MBBS (Malaya) 1974, MMED – O&G (Singapore) 1980, MRCOG (London) 1980, FAMS (Singapore) 1984

Dr Lee Chee Wan
MBBS (University of Singapore, Singapore) 1973 MMed (O&G) (National University of Singapore, Singapore) 1980 FAMS (Academy of Medicine of Singapore, Singapore) 1984

Dr Lim Ah Leng
MBBS (Singapore) 1972, MMED – O&G (Singapore) 1977, MRCOG (London) 1977, FAMS (Singapore) 1981, FICS (Singapore) 1981, FRCOG (London) 1992

Dr Liana Koe
MBBS, MRCOG (UK)

Dr Loh Seong Feei
MBBS (S’pore), M.Med (O&G) (S’pore), FRACOG (Aust), FRCOG (Lond), FAMS

Dr Madeleine Tan
MBBS (Singapore) 1971, MRCOG 1976, FRCOG (London) 1992, FAMS (O&G) 1982

Dr Ng Ying Woo
MBBS (S'pore), MMed (O&G, S'pore), FRCOG (UK)

Dr Ong Xiaohui
MBBS, MMed O&G, MRCOG (UK), FAMS

Dr Pamela Tan
MBBS (Singapore), MRCOG (UK), FAMS (Singapore)

Dr Paul Tseng
MBBS (Singapore) 1981, MMED – O&G (Singapore) 1987, FAMS (Singapore) 2004

Dr Phyllis Liauw
MBBS (Singapore) 1978, MMED – O&G (Singapore) 1984, MRCOG (London) 1984, FAMS (Singapore) 1987, FRCOG (London) 1997

Dr Sim Lee Ngor
MBBS (Singapore) 1983, MRCOG (London) 1990

Dr Steven Teo
MBBS (S'pore), MRCOG (UK), MMed (O&G)(S'pore)

Dr Tan Kai Lit
MBBS (Singapore), MMed O&G (NUS), MRCOG (London)

Dr Tan Toh Lick
MBBS (London), FRCOG (UK)

Dr Tan Wee Khin
MBBS (Singapore) 1966, MRCOG (London) 1970, AM (Singapore) 1975, FRCOG (London) 1983

Dr Tay Eng Hseon
MBBS (Singapore) 1987, MRCOG (UK) 1993, FRCOG (London) 2006, MMED (O&G) (Singapore) 1993, FAMS (Singapore) 1999, Certificate in Gynaecological Oncology DGO (RANZCOG) 1999

Dr Wong Heng Fok
MBBS (Singapore), MRCOG (UK)

Dr Wong Mun Tat
MBBS (Australia), MMED – O&G (Singapore), MRCOG (UK), FAMS

Dr Woo Bit Hwa
MBBS (Singapore), MRCOG (UK), MMED – O&G (Singapore), MRANZCOG (Australia)

Dr Yeap Min Li
MBBS (Singapore) 1992, MRCOG (UK) 1997, FAMS (Singapore) 2009

Dr Yvonne Chan
MBBS (Singapore) 1987, MMED – O&G (Singapore) 1993, MRCOG (UK) 1992, MRACOG (Australia) 1993, FAMS (Singapore) 1996, FRCOG (UK) 2005

Dr Yvonne Soong
MBBS (Singapore) 1988, MRCOG (UK) 1994, FAMS (Singapore) 1998

How to Choose Your Ob-gyn or Gynaecologist in Singapore

In order to find the best gynecologist for yourself or your loved ones, you will need to analyse basically your personal factors and external factors in order to come to an actionable decision. You can use a spreadsheet if you need to, in order to declutter the information that you have.

Personal factors would include (but not limited) to the following:

1. Preference for a female gynecologist

Nothing wrong with choosing a female gynecologist if that's your personal preference. There are many good female gynaecologists in Singapore.

Related: Female Gynecologists in Singapore.

2. Your Budget

If you have limited budget, you might prefer to choose the public hospitals instead. However, some private hospitals do have 4-bedded rooms that are relatively more affordable, if you choose to accept a 4 bedded room.

You should also check with your insurance provider if they cover only certain doctors and hospitals.

3. Distance to your house or office

Gynae appointments are quite regular. In first trimester, it's roughly every month. When closer to due date, it's almost every 2 weeks. If you have shortlisted a few options and they are all equally suitable, you might choose the one who is nearest to your house or office. Convenience matters. It will save you time and unnecessary stress.

Then, the external factors would include:

4. Online research

Before you get yourself overwhelmed with all the jargons on the internet, it's important you have some basic understanding with the medical specialty that you are dealing with.

O&G stands for Obstetrics and Gynaecology. What's the difference between obstetricians and gynaecologists? Most gynaes are qualified with a post-graduate qualification in O&G i.e. MRCOG or Master of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Therefore, they are trained both in obstetrics as well as gynaecology. An obstetrician specialises in pregnancy related aspects of women's health whereas a gynae specialised in the 'non-pregnancy' related aspects.

Next, you may also need to understand that there are 4 primary subspecialties in ob/gyn:
1) maternal fetal medicine (obstetrics)
2) reproductive endocrinology and infertility (IVF etc.)
3) female pelvic and reconstructive surgery (uro-gynae)
4) gynaecologic oncology (gynae-oncologist)

Now that you have a better picture on who you will be dealing with, it's easier for you to make an appointment with the right specialist or subspecialist.

There are also others who have traveled this path ahead of you and they could be your sources of wisdom and support. There are also many self-proclaimed experts on social media dishing out advice and recommendations. However, 'too many cooks spoil the broth'. You and your situation are unique.

Once you have compiled your list of options, your next step would be to check out the patient reviews on Google and local parenting forums such as SingaporeMotherhood and Kiasu parents; and also Gynaecologist Singapore Review.

5. Patient – Doctor relationship

A good doctor will engage in a dialogue and listen instead of talking continuously without any eye-contact or just staring at his or her desktop or mobile phone. Expect your doctor to listen well, take your questions and concerns seriously and explain his or her advice and actions. If you are not comfortable with your doctor for whatever the reason, then he or she may not be the right doctor for you.

If your baby is having a 'fetal distress' meaning a sign your baby isn't coping with labour. It might mean they need a caesarean or a C-section to speed up the birth.

Fetal distress is an emergency in which a baby experiences lack of oxygen. Your gynae must immediately address and manage fetal distress to avoid serious complications, such as brain injury, cerebral palsy (spastic baby) and even stillbirth.

Obstetrics is not rocket science. Choose a gynae who has time for you. A very busy gynae does not necessarily mean that she/he is the best gynae for you.

6. Ask for referrals

Ask your family doctor or other healthcare providers for referrals to ob-gyns or gynaecologists in your area. You can also ask friends, family, or colleagues for recommendations.

7. Your appointment

Once you have shortlisted your options, it's time to call and make your appointment. If your gynae has a very tight schedule and is busy with too many patients, it might be wise to open up your options.

At your appointment, make sure you and your doctor share the same values. If you're going to the gynecologist seeking normal delivery and, upon discussing it at the appointment, discover that your doctor does not believe in normal delivery, it's time to look for a second option.

If you are looking for an affordable gynecologist in Singapore, you may wish to short-list those from the public hospitals i.e. SGH, NUH and KKH.

8. High risk pregnancy

Discuss with your gynae on your options if you are in the high risk category. The situation is more complicated as there are more considerations in high risk pregnancy. It's not just the gynae but the supporting team is important i.e. nurses, neonatalogists, equipments etc.

Some gynaes have more experience in managing high risk pregnancies. In the private sector, most gynaes might claim that they can manage almost every possible complication, although maternal fetal medicine is not their sub-specialty. You can check their training background on their website.

You can also find out a doctor’s number of years of practise by simply popping in his/her name in this SMC directory.

“I switched to KKH because I felt it offered the most specialised facilities and resources for complicated pregnancies in singapore.” – Winnie Puah, 32-year-old real estate sales director with triplets.

9. Gynae's expertise and experience

Some gynaes prefer caesarian section (c-section) as they can control the delivery time. As for normal vaginal delivery, the timing is often unpredictable and might happen during the odd hours of the day. Some gynaes will be upfront and will inform you that they don't do normal vaginal delivery. You just need to find another option.

“I switched gynaes because one was more supportive of natural birth than the other. My new doctor was comfortable about taking a step back, and allowed me to give birth at my own pace as long as we were both safe.” – Nicole Tan, 27 year-old who delivered via water birth.

10. Choosing which hospital to deliver


Gynae first or hospital first? The primary person who will be managing your pregnancy is your gynae. Although hospital is one of the considerations, most hospitals in Singapore are well equipped and have well trained supporting staff. If you have a high risk pregnancy, it's better not to place too much emphasis on your preferred hospital. If your gynae were to recommend you to give birth in KKH or NUH, you should listen to your gynae's advice.

Dr Tony Tan says that “Expecting mums can expect shorter waiting time at Raffles Hospital because its consultation clinics, diagnostic rooms and delivery wards are all located at the same building. They also have the option to head down to 1 of the 5 satellite clinics at a more convenient location.”

Genevieve Goh, was determined to deliver at Mount Alvernia Hospital because she is Catholic and liked the environment. “So, when I had to choose a gynae, I naturally looked at the clinics located at that particular hospital”.

11. Maternity Packages in Singapore

You might wish to check out maternity packages in Singapore (vaginal delivery and caesarean section) for comparison on the maternity packages for both the public and private hospitals in Singapore.

Please take note that the term 'maternity package' is not a simple fixed price item that you are used to in your day to day shopping at supermarkets. That's the reason some hospitals do not offer that as every delivery is unique and different. Most maternity packages will list down cost items that are included and more importantly, cost items that are not included. These might include consultant fee and hospital cost that are beyond the designated period (e.g. 3 days / 2 nights package) and also unexpected complications to the mother or baby. So, do not be surprised that your final bill will be much higher than the 'maternity package'.

If you are looking for the cheapest or most affordable maternity package in Singapore, NUH Hospital Ward C would be your choice. If you would prefer a private hospital instead, Parkway East Hospital in a 4 bedded room would be the most affordable choice for normal delivery and Thomson Medical Centre in a 4 bedded room for Caesarean section.

An analysis done by The Astute Parent, revealed that Caesarean section ratio is the highest in TMC (Thomson) and MAH (Mount Alvernia).

How much does gynae cost in Singapore?

If you are making an appointment with a private gynaecologist, expect to pay about $150 to $250 per visit, excluding the additional cost of buying supplements. If you include supplements, the first two visits may cost you about $500 to $700.


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    1. I think I can recommend Dr Pamela Tan in Thomson

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    2. Dr Law Wei Seng is also a good gynaecologist in Singapore.

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