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Dr. Tan Niap Hong

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2.7
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Ban this dr! I got 50% off my bill due to hospital negligence. Should have not paid a single cent. Avoid at all cost. And he is super unfriendly to begin with! Too bad he was on call for my case.

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3.0
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as a foreigner i expect something more from the hospital and this doctor. Finally have chosen different hospital and a doctor. More far from place i live than PC, but its importsnt to feel comfortable with the doctor and the service.

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1.0
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not natural friendly doctor , will insist for c-section. Feeling like the woman has no choice how to give birth (which position is more comfortable for her, if someone wants epistosomy or not), good for scan and c-section but not for NB. Always very rushing. I pay for the appointment so i wish to be treated with respect as well. Even I like the view from th hospital to Petrons Tower I prefer change the hospital and find better doctor than this. Waiting time more than hour (in private hospital?not good service)

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1.0
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bad experience with this doc

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3.0
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Not recommended, yping all of our notes into his computer,, pushing for a c-section, money oriented doctor, but most important - not friendly, be careful with him!

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1.0
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Very rough with speculum insertion which left me in pain. Tries to complete a pap smear quickly in half a minute. Traumatic and distressing experience. Someone needs to give him a taste of his own medicine.

Factual otherwise.

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3.6
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Drugs were still on. I went for monthly checkup and I swear, at this point of time, I can't wait to scan my little baby. My gynea told me that this period was the best time to do detailed scan, to ensure that the baby was in good condition, internally and externally. No scanned picture as everything was recorded in video format saved in CD. The detailed scan was performed by Doctor Tan Niap Hong, who specialized in this department. He was the one who attended my lost twins (read here) since he is the specialist in multiplex pregnancy. Entering the same room with different purpose made me had a mix-feeling. I was lying down and the doctor started to play around with his super hi-end scanning machine with one hand holding the scanner and another hand maneuvering the joystick. Honestly, I didn't understand every single explanation and image that he showed to us. But as long as he told us that everything was normal and ok, I prefer to stick that in my mind. The most awaited news then being told that our little precious will be a girl! After completed a session with Doctor Tan, I went to my gynea's room for detail explanation on what we had gone through during the detail scan. The routine scanning with my gynea had to be postponed since they didn't want too much of scanning being done on the baby. I told her about the false bleeding story and she told me that not all doctor can do the sound scanning like what Doctor Shah did. She also told me to continue my supplement since I was doing very well with the help of these medications.
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4.4
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I was attended by another gynae, Dr Tan Niap Hong. He was the one who did detail scan on me the previous fortnight. He put the doppler on my tummy and heard nothing. But he said maybe because I was only 23 week pregnant, so baby was too small to be detected using CTG machine nor the doppler. He then arranged for ultrasound. I went to the same room I was in last 2 weeks, with a hope that baby would be born in 4 months time, not now. Alive and kicking. Hubby was still downstairs . I laid down on the bed beside the sonogram and Dr Tan started to do the procedures. The first thing I saw was his heartbeat. HE'S ALIVE! And he moved his fingers a little. It was the nicest thing I ever seen, after thinking that I might losing him. Maybe he as inactive due to the uphadyl I took to relieve my cough. I had a severe cough for more than a week, been drinking honey everyday but nothing change. So I decided to take the uphadyl for expectorant as prescribed by the doctor. Even I only took it once a day. Dr Tan advised me to stop taking the cough syrup, so I should find traditional remedy to stop the coughing. It was so bad that I had to wear Poise (anybody want to send me cloth pantyliners as a babyshower gift? LOL) all the time. He gave me a day sick leave to get rest and wait for the baby's movement to come back. He advised next time if I had the same situation, I should go to the hospital immediately.
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