General Practitioner

A general practitioner, also called a GP or generalist, is a physician who does not specialize in one particular area of medicine. GPs provide routine health care checkup such as physical examinations and immunizations. They also assess and treat many different conditions, including minor or chronic illnesses and injuries. They often have regular, long-term patients and provide ongoing medical care to both male and female patients in all age groups.

People who are seeking medical care usually contact a general practitioner first. When a patient develops a serious condition, a general practitioner may refer him or her to a specialist.

Our scope of services at the GP clinic includes (but not limited) to the following:

  • ⦿ Treatment of acute diseases;
  • ⦿ Manage chronic health problems;
  • ⦿ Diabetes and High Blood Pressure;
  • ⦿ High Cholesterol;
  • ⦿ Refer patients to specialists when necessary;
  • ⦿ Advice on lifestyle modification;
  • ⦿ Order, interpret tests and analyze records;
  • ⦿ Prescribe medication and vaccination to treat or prevent illness; and
  • ⦿ Re-evaluate treatments when necessary.