Most of 20 Singaporeans interviewed support Healthier SG plan to engage GPs

Singaporeans said they are concerned that the quality of healthcare may become compromised if GPs end up being overworked. ST PHOTO: FELINE LIM
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SINGAPORE - Madam Anabelle Ong used to accompany her grandmother to the Medical Union Clinic near her home in Pandan Gardens for check-ups every three months.

That was how Dr Liew Siew Lin became Madam Ong's own doctor, who also treated her family members like her two sons, now aged 16 and 21, from the time they were toddlers.

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