THE
PROFESSIONAL CARE YOU REQUIRE

WITH
THE COMPASSION
YOU DESERVE

PREGNANCY CARE
BY TOP OBSTETRICIANS AND GYNAECOLOGISTS 
IN SINGAPORE

Personalised and Compassionate medical care in Singapore for your pregnancy.

GYNAECOLOGICAL 
CARE IN SINGAPORE

Trusted health screenings and professional care by a gynaecologist in Singapore for your women’s health issues.

GYNAECOLOGICAL SURGERY IN SINGAPORE

At PK’s Women Clinic, we treat a comprehensive range of gynacological services and conditions and carry out advanced and minimally invasive surgeries for your peace of mind.

DO YOU FIND YOURSELF:

  • Feeling fearful when you need to make your first visit to see a gynaecologist in Singapore?
  • Anxious and confused about what to do next when you discover your first pregnancy?
  • Shuddering at the thought of seeing a gynaecologist in Singapore for your annual pelvic examination or pap smear
  • Distressed about what to do when you discover you have fibroids ovarian cysts, uterine fibroids, bladder disorders (urine leakage), or womb prolapse in Singapore?

If any of these feelings about seeing an obstetrician or gynaecologist in Singapore sound familiar, you are definitely not alone. But your fear and anxiety may be preventing you from getting the best possible gynaecology care in Singapore.

SEEING A GYNAECOLOGIST IN SINGAPORE OR FINDING A GYNAECOLOGY CLINIC FOR ALL YOUR WOMEN’S HEALTH ISSUES DOESN’T HAVE TO BE THIS STRESSFUL.

A good gynaecologist is someone who truly cares about your concerns and focuses on your well-being – someone who can see you through your wellness journey at every stage of life, with the right experience in obstetrics and gynaecology. In Singapore, we are that clinic.

Dr Tan Poh Kok (PK Tan)

Senior Counsultant Obstetrician & Gynaecologist

PK Women’s Specialist Clinic Singapore, headed by Senior Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist Dr. Tan Poh Kok (1991 graduate of the National University of Singapore; a 1998 specialist graduate of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecology (UK)) is a modern women’s care facility in Singapore that provides compassionate, professional gynaecology postnatal care for your pregnancy and gynaecology conditions.

Pregnancy or women’s health issues can be stressful. Let us take care of your body and health. Our hallmark is the trust patients put in us, and is what sets us apart from other gynaecologists in Singapore.

Apart from Singapore, PK Women’s Specialist Clinic Singapore provides obstetrics and gynaecology services to clients from neighboring countries, such as Indonesia, Malaysia, China, and Vietnam too. We are honoured to be the gynaecology clinic of choice in Singapore and Southeast Asia.

Reviews

  • Went to PK women for my pre-pregnacy check up by friend's recommendation. Dr Tan explained all details clearly and patiently even after I bombarded him with multiple questions as this is my first time. Highly recommended!!

    thumb Melissa Ching

    Patient doctor who explains all the risks and tells me everything I need to know about my pregnancy. I was hospitalised at 20w with high risk of pre term labour, but Dr Tan kept baby (and me) safe for another 19w by taking good care of us with meds and bedrest, and I gave birth to a healthy baby girl at 39w. The staff are good too; very friendly.

    thumb Celeste Chua
  • Happy to have chosen Dr Tan as my gynae. His consultations never felt rushed and he always made sure that I was feeling comfortable with the entire process. Thank you Dr Tan and team!

    thumb Gillian Lee

    We went to Dr Tan for our first pregnancy and Dr Tan has been very patient throughout the whole pregnancy journey; from answering all the questions that my husband and I had, providing assurance and advice that helped us to made the best decision. I was thankful to have quite a smooth pregnancy and smooth delivery as Dr Tan assist me to deliver our baby naturally. We would also like to thanks all the staffs for being kind and helpful. :) P.s: waiting time in the clinic is also reasonable so that’s another plus point!

    thumb Vivie S
  • Forever thankful to Dr Tan for helping me out during my pregnancy. All checkups were smooth and he really put me at ease. Will definitely recommend!

    thumb Lynn Ng

    I am very thankful to Dr Tan for helping me with my 1st pregnancy. Dr Tan was patient with the questions my husband and I had throughout our visits at his clinic. He provided expert advice and it helped with many of the decisions we had to make during my delivery. The staff at Dr Tan's clinic are very friendly and caring which made the entire experience enjoyable. I highly recommend Dr Tan's services.

    thumb Cheryl Lee

WHY CHOOSE US?

AT PK WOMEN’S SPECIALIST CLINIC SINGAPORE, WE CAN HELP YOU WITH:

20+ Years of Experience

3000+ Babies Delivered

PERSONALIZED & EXPERIENCED CARE

YOUR BODY, YOUR WAY

We understand that you may have questions and concerns. Feel free to voice out your concerns and we will do our best to  provide you with clear answers. 

We are dedicated to providing you with the best gynaecological care. This includes exploring all options through information you can trust, so you can make the best decision for you, your loved ones, and your future family. 

Let’s work together and help you be the healthiest you can be.

From general obstetrics and gynaecology to prenatal and postnatal care, contraception, female pelvic floor disorders, and minimally invasive surgery, we’re here to see you through your health and wellness journey.

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

01. How much does it cost to visit a gynae in Singapore?

It depends. If you are visiting a private gynae, the cost would come to about $150 to $350 per appointment, depending if you require supplements, medications or other services like ultrasound scans or ECG.
If you are pregnant, some gynaes may offer a prenatal package usually after week 9 and they may range from $800 – $2000. At PK Women’s Clinic, we offer packages from 16 weeks onwards at $880.

02. Where can I find a good gynae in Singapore?

As your gynae is someone you’ll be discussing your sexual and personal health with, it’s important to pick someone you not only trust but has the necessary qualifications as well. In general, you want to look out for:

A good track record; people highly recommend them
Good reviews
Experienced with credentials
Justifiable cost
Good bedside manner
Affiliated with a hospital you trust
You feel comfortable with them

03. When should I see a gynae?

You should see a gynae if you’re experiencing issues with your reproductive system, such as intense menstrual cramps, heavy bleeding or other concerning symptoms. Even if you’re healthy, you should get regular checkups with a gynae to ensure your reproductive organs are healthy. We recommend that young women start seeing a gynae from the time they get their first menstruation.
If you suspect you are pregnant, you can confirm your pregnancy with a gynae 6-8 weeks after your last menstrual period.

04. How do I choose an obstetrician in Singapore?

Your perfect obstetrician will depend on your needs. Here are a few factors to keep in mind:
Gender — do you prefer a male or female OBGYN?
Good recommendations; this OBGYN has had positive experiences with your friends and family
Look at reviews online — what do other mums say about this OBGYN?
Experience and specialisations — do you have special needs like fertility problems or existing medical conditions? Looking at your OBGYN’s track record and specialty will be a good idea.
Accountability — most doctors are busy. But the good ones will take the time to answer your questions.
Preferred hospital for delivery — which hospital is your OBGYN affiliated with? Are you comfortable with giving birth at that hospital?
Services offered — some small clinics may not have the facilities for certain prenatal procedures and may require you to go elsewhere for testing. Are you okay with that?

05. When should I book my first gynae appointment?

As soon as you’ve got a positive result on your pregnancy test, make an appointment with your gynae. The first appointment should usually be between week 6 and 8 of pregnancy, but this can vary depending on how busy your gynae is. Regardless, you should start taking care of your health and adopt habits like avoid alcohol, caffeine, follow a healthy diet and avoid high contact sports.

06. What does a gynaecologist do?

A gynae is basically a doctor who specialises in female reproductive health. They treat and diagnose issues concerning the female reproductive tract, including the uterus, breasts, fallopian tubes and ovaries. A gynae gives sexual and reproductive health services that include testing for vaginal infections, Pap tests, pelvic exams, cancer screenings and testing for conditions like endometriosis and ovarian cysts. They are able to prescribe treatment too.
Some gynaes also practice as obstetricians (OBGYN), who provide care during pregnancy and birth.

07. What happens at your first gynae appointment?

Usually we will start by asking questions regarding your medical history, sexual activity and menstrual cycle. We then do a general body check up to check your blood pressure, record your weight and check for any heart, chest, lungs or thyroid gland abnormalities.
We will then examine your breasts to ensure there are no abnormal lumps or pain and conduct a pelvic exam to check if your reproductive organs are healthy. Then, we use an instrument called a speculum to see your cervix and conduct a pap smear. Finally, we feel through the vagina to confirm that your ovaries and uterus are healthy.

08. Is 12 weeks too late for prenatal visit?

Your first prenatal visit takes place around 6-8 weeks of pregnancy. At 12 weeks, which is near the end of the first trimester, you will do your first ultrasound and are able to hear your baby’s heartbeat. The earlier you do a scan in pregnancy, the higher the accuracy of determining your due date.

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