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Gout an 'Old Man' Disease? Not anymore!

Gout used to be thought of as a disease that’s more common in middle-aged men. But gout sufferers have gotten younger in recent years, with some getting it in their 20s and 30s. “A 2015 study done in Singapore revealed that while the average age for developing gout was 42 years old, there were patients as young as 20,” shares Dr Stanley Angkodjojo, Consultant, Department of Rheumatology at SKH.

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SafeEntry Implementation at SKH 

All visitors to SKH will be required to check in to SafeEntry with a mobile phone to facilitate contact tracing efforts. Look out for the signages at each entrance. Visitors who may not have their mobile phone with them can do so with a photo identification card which has a barcode.

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Make or Change Appointment

Make an appointment with us and we will contact you within one working day. Current patients may change or cancel their existing appointments directly with our online system.

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