GP+ Women’s Health
Experiencing certain women’s health issues and finding it a hassle to travel down to a clinic? MHC has a quick and easy solution for you.

Teleconsult with our GP+ Women’s Health

MHC‘s new Telemedicine GP+ Women’s Health service helps to extend the level of care one can receive within the privacy of your own home. You can now tele-consult via our BetterHealth app with our doctors for preventive/non-emergency medical matters.

Conditions for GP+ Women’s Health include:

  • Contraception and family planning
  • Urinary tract infections
  • Gynaecological infections
  • Dysmenorrhea and menstrual issues
  • Travel planning
  • Rashes and skin issues

GP+ Women’s Health Teleconsultation

Teleconsult with our doctors today for your women’s health conditions within the privacy of your own home. Our doctors can provide you with medical advice, treatment and guide you on your next steps. 

Consult a doctor for women’s health in 3 steps

Teleconsult in the comfort of your home — let us deliver the medication to you.

Step 1

Download or launch the BetterHealth app on your phone. (Available for Android & iOS devices)

Step 2

Video-Call our Women’s Health GP for your consultation.

Step 3

Let us deliver the medication to your doorstep.

Frequently Asked Questions

You can share your symptoms and medical history with our Women’s Health GP over the video-call. Teleconsult can be used to diagnose and treat conditions such as

  • Contraception and family planning
  • Urinary tract infections
  • Gynaecological infections
  • Dysmenorrhea and menstrual issues
  • Travel planning
  • Rashes and skin issues

If further investigation is required for your condition, our teleconsult doctor  will advise you to consult a doctor physically. For such cases, you will not need to pay for the consultation. Our doctor will end the consult session and there will not be any charges.

Yes, if you’re unwell and your condition does not allow you to attend school or go to work , our doctor can issue a MC. Do inform the doctor that you require one during the teleconsult.

No, it is not advisable. Teleconsultation is used for non-serious healthcare issues. For emergency cases, such as fainting, breathing difficulties or severe bleeding, please immediately proceed to the Accident & Emergency department of the nearest hospital or call 995.

Disclaimer

1.

Telemedicine is not suitable for urgent or life-threatening conditions including but not limited to, chest pain, shortness of breath, severe abdominal pain, loss of consciousness, severe vomiting, trauma, bleeding etc.

2.

All content in this publication is for informational purposes only. It does not constitute any form of clinical care nor is it intended to be a substitute for professional medical care. Please speak to our healthcare providers if you have any questions pertaining to your healthcare.

Women’s Health